House Cricket

cricket control

Thanks to their tendency to be extremely noisy, you’ll probably hear a house cricket before you see them. They’re typically brown in color and about 1/2 to 1 inch in length. House crickets are able to jump as high as a grasshopper and can make their way into your home through weep screeds or via your sliding glass doors. House crickets love to feed on plants, other insects (dead or alive), and fabric, which can devastate your upholstered furniture and/or clothing collections, leaving behind large holes and tiny, crumb-sized black droppings.