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You may know the sound of crickets all too well - the incessant chirping that happens at night and prevents you from sleeping soundly. These insects can sure be a pain. Besides, when many crickets infest a property, they can harm fabrics and paper products. Also, if you run a commercial property, customers who spot these little invaders may view your brand in a negative light. So, how can you get rid of crickets?
Although you can take steps on your own to eliminate crickets, you should turn to the professionals to control the problem when it becomes severe. Ehrlich knows how to get rid of crickets and is here to help. We can give you advice on how to make your home or business less attractive to these pests and administer treatment to eradicate them. We understand the habits of crickets and realize just how annoying they can be, and we will do everything within our means to ensure they are removed.
First, note that crickets have a tendency to remain at floor level. They are typically nocturnal. Here are some spots where they can hide:
Ehrlich is your local expert in all sorts of occasional invaders, such as crickets, and we can guide in excluding crickets from your property. If crickets have infested your home, we can apply treatment to areas where they are hiding, such as under baseboards and the attic.
We can also administer preventive treatment around the outside of the home. It’s a good idea to receive regular preventive treatments to keep crickets from becoming a problem.
Our treatment should resolve the cricket problem quickly, but if you continue to notice activity about a week after we have treated, let us know and we will return to take care of the issue. Depending on your area, we may also offer a pest-proofing service for your premises. Check to see if your local office provides this service. Additionally, house crickets are covered under Ehrlich’s year-round protection plan, PestFree365+.
Crickets may infest your home in their search for water, food or shelter. Learn how to prevent an infestation. Here’s a checklist of steps to consider taking: