“Buzzz” is not a sound that you typically expect to hear during the winter months.
As the temperatures continue to drop, some pests become less active, while some become more active and cluster flies just so happen to be one of them.
Cluster flies aren’t to be confused with house flies. These little guys are slightly larger than house flies and tend to be a dull gray color. House flies swarm your home during the summer months, whereas cluster flies start their migration into your home during the fall and winter months to keep warm. You can check out what they look like below.
The number one way that cluster flies get into your home during the winter is through cracks and openings in the walls. Here are a few helpful tips for managing and getting rid of these pests:
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