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Cluster Flies are members of the blowfly family. They are dull-gray with black markings and have golden-yellow hairs on the thorax, giving the appearance of a golden sheen. Cluster Flies enter homes in the fall and winter in attics, faulty ridge vents, behind siding, and wall voids; clustering together around windows when the weather warms up. These flies are not vectors for disease or dangerous to human health, but can become a major nuisance in a home or business.
Any cracks and holes left unsealed during the construction process can be an entry point for cluster flies. Therefore, performing proper exclusion is the best way to prevent cluster flies from entering a structure.