HOW TO IDENTIFY A CRICKET INFESTATION
Appearance- House crickets are usually a little less than an inch in length, with three dark stripes on their heads. Field crickets are brown or black colored and about an inch long. While most crickets have wings, some do not. Crickets tend to have long antennae, as well as long back legs which are used for jumping.
Behavior – The majority of cricket species like to live in moist places, such as your basement. Many are nocturnal. Crickets can produce a chirping sound, made by rubbing their legs together, often used to find a mate.
WHY YOU MIGHT HAVE CRICKETS
Crickets prefer damp environments, such as tall grass, under appliances or basements (depending on the species). Like many other pests, they come inside to seek shelter. Crickets may less frequently seek food in your pantry or gnaw on fabrics in your closet.
REASONS TO TREAT YOUR CRICKET PROBLEM IMMEDIATELY
While crickets pose no physical threat, crickets chirping while you are trying to sleep in your is never fun.
Giving us a call can provide cricket control so that you do not have to rip apart your residence just to find out where the incessant chirping is coming from. We will take care of your cricket problem.