Summer Is Ending But Triad Cricket Infestations Are Just Beginning
September 16, 2014
A new study released by North Carolina State University is showcasing the rise of exotic, spider-like crickets in the Piedmont Triad, NC area. How do you know if your home is infested with these exotic pests? Below you'll find some characteristics of Asian camel crickets.
How Do I Know If I Have An Exotic Pest Problem?
The end of summer can signify many things: that last cookout by the pool, trying to squeeze in that last camping trip before school starts and… cricket infestations? Unfortunately for some Greensboro area homeowners, the end of their summer has been a little rocky. Exotic pests have been on the rise in the last few years, and there are a few tell-tale signs that your property might have an infestation of the pesky critters. The following are some characteristics of Asian camel crickets:
- They reside in dark, damp spaces
- They don’t sting or bite, but they leave behind a mess
- They can jump very far
- They eat fungus and other insects
Do any of the above signs ring a bell? Not to worry -- Go-Forth Pest Control is here for you. Our Greensboro pest control company has years of experience getting rid of cricket infestations in homes across the Piedmont Triad area.
Schedule a Greensboro, NC Asian Camel Cricket Extermination Appointment Today
Have these exotic crickets found their way into your Greensboro home? There are a number of things you can do to try and rid your home of these pests, such as using glue boards and insect bait. If these measures don’t work, it may be time to call in the professionals. Get the pest control services you need to get rid of Asian camel crickets and other insects once and for all. Contact Go-Forth Pest Control today at (336) 841-6111 to schedule an appointment with one of our exterminators. We look forward to working with you!