Why Do I Have Flies in My House in the Winter?

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You have flies in your house during winter because they are seeking refuge from the cold weather. Flies breed well in warm environments and will probably die off during winter so when winter approaches, they seek warmth in your house. A female house fly can lay up to 500 eggs, in batches of 75 to 100 eggs each which hatch after a day.
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In the winter, adult flies just die off. But, before they die, they lay eggs in warm places so that they can survive the winter. If they lay them outside, these little suckers will
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1. Plug spaces or cracks with cold weather caulk. Filling in these gaps will keep out drafts and seal off the eggs. Concentrate on holes in undisturbed areas, such as the basement
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Most of them die. They just hide in sheltered places. Those that survive reproduce and produce large numbers the following year.
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During the winter months you will notice a decline in house flies because their life span is only about two months long. Fly larvae are usually hatched in the spring, so by the time
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