Grasshoppers and Crickets

Often highly overlooked as problem pests, crickets and grasshoppers can destroy gardens, lawns, and crops. While not considered a garden pest, both these insects are considered nuance pests due to their non-stop high–pitched chirping. Treatment for crickets and grasshoppers begins with removing items away from your home or office building that creates harbor areas for them. After that, we use our tested and proven chemicals to spray the outside of your home or office to drive these pests away.

For more information on this process, please call Eric The Bug Guy.

Green Grasshopper

Size: 2 inches
Color: Green
Location Found: Sidewalks, garages, gardens, and air ducts


Although crickets live outdoors, they can get inside your home individually or in considerable numbers. Once inside, crickets can reproduce at a high rate. As crickets are nocturnal, they usually remain hidden during the day. They are generally found in warm places like kitchens, basements, fireplaces, behind baseboards, cracks, and crevices. Considered as scavengers, crickets will eat almost anything, including chewing on silk, woolen, paper, fruits, vegetables – even rubber. Adults have three dark bands on their heads 3/4-1 inch long and are light yellowish-brown in color.


Commonly, grasshoppers might not seem to be the most numerous or troublesome pest; however, they can destroy gardens and lawns. Grasshoppers cause more damage to crops and gardens every year than any other pests.
can treat your home or office’s current crickets problems and help prevent future ant invasions.