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Crickets’ chirping can quickly go from a soothing background noise to a maddening symphony that keeps you up at night. Having crickets in your home can be very aggravating and loud. While crickets are generally harmless to humans, they can cause damage to fabrics, paper, and organic materials by chewing on them, leaving behind small holes or tears.
If you suspect that you have crickets in your home, it's important to take action to address the problem. At Ehrlich, we offer professional cricket pest control services for house crickets, mole crickets, and more. Our trained technicians are equipped to identify the type of cricket infestation you have and provide effective cricket control solutions tailored to your needs.
Contact us today if you are interested in professional pest control for crickets.
Although crickets typically live outdoors, they may come into your home in search of food, water, or shelter. They thrive in dark, moist environments. If you suspect you have a cricket infestation, keep an eye out for the following signs:
If you suspect any cricket infestations, it’s best to contact a cricket exterminator adequately equipped to tackle the problem. Ehrlich technicians are trained to provide effective cricket treatment and control methods to help keep your home protected.
Although there are many species of crickets, four types have been known to cause damage to properties. Understanding the characteristics and behavior of every kind of cricket can help you identify and get rid of crickets more effectively.
Camel crickets have a humpback appearance and are often found in dark, moist places.
House crickets are yellow and brown and can spend their entire life indoors.
Field crickets are black or dark brown and often found in fields or gardens.
Mole crickets are experts at digging holes and tunnels.
Female adult crickets can lay up to one hundred eggs a day, so it’s essential to deal with crickets promptly if you suspect you have a problem. Here are some things you can do to help remove crickets from your home.
Preventing crickets is the first line of defense. It's much easier to stop them from entering your home than deal with them once they've entered. Here are some steps you can take to reduce the chances of crickets infiltrating your property:
Crickets can damage fabrics, paper, and organic materials by chewing and leaving small holes or tears behind. Field crickets can cause damage to gardens and plants by chewing on plant roots, leaves, and stems.
Although crickets can damage gardens or fabrics, they are not considered dangerous to humans. They are not known to bite, sting, or carry harmful diseases.
Our cricket control services may vary in pricing determined by the size of the infestation, species, location, and property size. Call us today to learn more about our cricket treatment and control services.
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