Crickets can be bothersome and destructive pests when they manage to get indoors. Aside from their loud chirps, these insects can feed on anything they get their hands on. From clothes, wallpaper, and even wood, crickets can devour almost any tangible item in a typical household. In addition, crickets can also “hop” and find their way into your food pantries and kitchens. Another big problem crickets can bring into the picture is when female crickets leave behind their eggs. To hundreds, even thousands, of cricket eggs could potentially be all over your house. These tiny eggs take about a year to hatch and they are almost impossible to detect.>> Read More
Damages caused by crickets can cause a lot of inconvenience in your life. Have you ever found clothes or furniture destroyed by crickets? Let me tell you, it can be a depressing time especially when you have recently bought or repaired these items. Compared to other pest problems, getting rid of crickets in your house is quite simple. There are several cricket control products listed below that will assist you in getting rid of these pests. We recommend using poisons and/or baits when wanting to eradicate crickets indoors.
In addition to cricket pesticides, make sure that you thoroughly clean your house. This can help ensure whether or not your control applications are working and could possibly recover areas that were initially forgotten. To ensure anymore crickets from finding their way into your home and into your closets, you must make your home "cricket-proof." Block off every point of entry that may be used by crickets.
First, seal all the cracks and known crevices along your walls, doors, windows and air vents. If the areas cannot be sealed off, you can try to use screens, cloths, basically anything that could potentially block off crickets from getting within your home. Crickets love plants. If you have a garden of plants around your house, keep them trimmed. Moreover, make sure your plants and grasses are at least 40 inches away from the walls of your home. Crickets typically gather near walls where plants are abundant. If not treated, they may consume through your walls to get inside. If you have a lot of stuff in your garage or in your garden, you should discard or clean it out as soon as possible. Debris and abundant sources of junk is where crickets usually congregate and create their nests. Therefore, be sure to clean these areas. In addition, other debris source are often gathered in drains and roof gutters where thousands of cricket eggs are normally found. Be sure to clean out these areas as often as you can.
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