Ladybirds are not generally regarded as a public health pest in that they do not represent a danger to humans, neither do they cause damage to the structure or fabric of buildings. They can however sometimes cause distress when they appear in large numbers inside premises.
Although they have a very different life cycle to Cluster flies they share a similar characteristic in that they regularly enter premises to hibernate in large numbers during the late autumn months and re-emerge during the spring.
Only in exceptional cases is pest control measures required, the most suitable means often being to vacuum them up and release them outside.
We are happy to provide further advice or, on the rare occasions when a treatment or other methods of control are required, we are happy to do so.