As flies are attracted to almost all types of human and pet food, especially the moist variety, as well as all forms of excrement, they are easily found flocking to a location that they perceive is nutritious. Being flying pests, they are much harder to deal with for the average person as they have swift reflexes and their flight is swift and elusive, not to mention the difficulty of trying to swat one fly at a time when many are present.
Once flies deem a location to be consistently and easily offering nutrition to them, be it in the form of food left out in the open or excrement disposed of in unsanitary ways, they threaten to nest nearby at which point there is no choice but to bring in a pest control specialist, and fortunately, there are quite a few companies in Stavanger.
House flies are by far the most common types of flies and are quick to nest and reproduce on top of being difficult to get rid of. Flies enjoy warmth and will nest in any sufficiently warm and nutritious place, and warm weather might cause the eggs to hatch in as little as half a day after they were laid. As each female can lay around five batches, each carrying up to a hundred eggs, flies can quickly become a major issue at any location not meeting sanitary standards.
If you see any fly larvae around, or witness flies hatching from larvae, you should immediately request Stavanger pest services as this will be a definite sign that flies are multiplying nearby. This also stands true if you are experiencing frequent bouts of recurring groups of flies being attracted to your location, as it likely means they are nesting somewhere in the vicinity.
As flies can harbor over a hundred diseases, some extremely dangerous to humans, as well as pollute any food or water they come in contact with, you should leave fly control to the Stavanger skadedyrkontroll professionals. Besides getting rid of the existing flies and eliminating their nest, exterminator will also help assess what initially attracted flies to your location and then help you sanitize it in order to prevent flies from pestering you in the future.