How to Get Rid of Crickets

How to Get Rid of Crickets


Field Cricket

From the middle of Summer to the end of Summer, hearing Crickets chirping is a common noise.  Field Crickets in particular prefer to live outdoors but will move inside when weather conditions become unbearable.  Open doors and windows are just one way that Crickets enter structures.  Unlike House Crickets, this species will die by early Winter if they travel indoors.

Field Crickets become more visible during the autumn months.  As the weather changes, the adults will be focused on laying their eggs for next year.  Adult Field Crickets will die off in the Winter, and their eggs will hatch in the early spring of the following year.

How to Get Rid of Crickets:

When it comes to getting rid of Crickets, the best way to do so is to reduce areas of moisture in and around your home.  Secondly, having a regular pest control service will keep Crickets away.  Essential Pest provides Cricket control and knowledge.  If you have a Cricket infestation at your home or business and have not been able to control it, call us today at (520) 886-3029.

“House Crickets.” Get Rid of Crickets: House Cricket Information. National Pest Management Association, 1 Jan. 2014. Web. 7 Nov. 2014.

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