NJ’s Cricket Exterminators
Yes, those winged, noisy pests that feed on your fresh food and certain textiles around the house and never leave.
The Unpleasantness of Crickets
Crickets bear a remarkable likeness to cockroaches, and they are fond of jumping and rubbing their wings in a way that can irritate any sane person. Because they’re nocturnal, most of the noise happens at night. Some of them can also bite people.
In some countries it’s claimed that a cricket’s chirping is a sign of rain or money coming, while in other countries it signals illness or death, and sometimes the outcome depends on whether you kill him or not. Some countries breed them for dinner, while here in the US they are farmed and ground up for your next protein bar or shake, but that’s done in sterile conditions ... we hope….
A female cricket can produce up to 200 eggs in her lifetime, and those babies will live for about six weeks once out of the nymph stage. Once she’s ready to lay eggs, she’ll spend the rest of her days looking for warm, damp places in your home to lay them.