Cricket Chirping Churning Your Patience? Not Anymore!

Cricket Chirping Churning Your Patience? Our services at Marett Pest Control provide effective cricket control solutions for your South Carolina home. Crickets are not just a noisy nuisance; they can also cause damage to fabrics and other household items. Our team at Marett Pest Control is experienced in dealing with these chirping intruders, ensuring your home remains peaceful and cricket-free.

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How To Identify Crickets

  • Crickets are medium-sized insects, typically 1/2 to 1 inch in length, with a dark brown or black coloration.
  • They have long antennae and hind legs adapted for jumping.
  • Commonly heard but not seen, crickets are known for their distinctive chirping, which is produced by males.
  • Crickets are often found in warm, moist environments like basements, crawl spaces, and near kitchens.
  • In South Carolina, the most common species are the House Cricket and the Field Cricket.

Crickets Habits

  • Crickets are nocturnal, more active at night, and are attracted to light.
  • They feed on a variety of materials, including plants, fabrics, and even other insects.
  • In homes, crickets can damage clothing, upholstery, and wallpaper.
  • Crickets are known for their loud chirping, especially during the mating season.
  • They typically enter homes in the fall to seek shelter from colder temperatures.

How To Prevent Crickets

  • Seal cracks and gaps in your home’s foundation, doors, and windows to prevent entry.
  • Reduce moisture in and around your home by fixing leaks and ensuring proper drainage.
  • Keep basements, crawl spaces, and storage areas clean and clutter-free.
  • Use yellow outdoor lights or sodium vapor lamps, which are less attractive to crickets.
  • Contact Marett Pest Control for comprehensive cricket control strategies and services.
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