Cricket Pest Control Services Perth

Sick of Chirping Crickets?

Is the sound of crickets keeping you up at night? The more crickets your property attracts, the louder they get. If you're dealing with a cricket infestation, it might be time to call in the experts.

Aussie Pest Co offers safe and effective cricket pest control services in Perth to help residents get some peace and quiet at night.

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Why Aussie Pest Co

  • We’ll ensure your home remains cricket-free with our 3 months no pest guarantee
  • Your family’s health and safety are our number one priority
  • We have fixed appointment times so you’ll never be left waiting
  • We obligation-free quotes
  • Our cricket treatments are safe yet tough
  • We’re an environmentally responsible pest control company
  • Customer service is our top priority, just check out our reviews to see for yourself!
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Signs of a Cricket Infestation

Crickets are particularly pesky pests and can be quite hard to get rid of once they infest a home or property. Fortunately, understanding the signs of an infestation can help you take early preventative action before the problem gets out of hand.

The most obvious sign is hearing chirping noises coming from areas where crickets might hide, such as around walls, behind furniture, and in closets. Of course, some other insects also make similar noises so it's important to do a thorough inspection for further evidence. Another way to detect their presence is by looking for droppings along baseboards or window sills; these droppings resemble tiny round pellets with black tips at either end.

You may also see cricket tracks in damp places like bathrooms or laundry rooms if enough has been present for a while. It's also possible to find moltings left behind on countertops.

What to do if you can’t get rid of your cricket infestation

If you’re having trouble getting rid of a cricket infestation, the best thing to do is call an experienced pest control company.

A professional exterminator can identify the species of cricket and determine the extent of the infestation. They will then be able to apply safe, effective techniques to control the issue and prevent future outbreaks.

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Our Process For Cricket Pest Control Services


Call For A Free Cricket Pest Control Quote

One size doesn’t fit all. At Aussie Pest Co, we tailor all our services. First, call our team for a free quote. We’ll do a thorough inspection to ensure we can put together a plan to remove all of those annoying chirpy crickets.


Lock in Your Cricket Treatment Date

Once you're ready, our team will be there to help rid your space of cricket problems quickly and conveniently. We know that things can get busy around here - we offer flexible solutions tailored specifically to meet each customer's unique needs so the process is as smooth as possible!


Our Pest Controllers Will Get to Work

Our team of pest control experts will visit your home on the day of treatment and utilise the most advanced and effective tools in pest control to eliminate those bothersome crickets.


Our Service Doesn’t End There

Once we have completed your first treatment, you can expect to receive follow-up communication from us. Our top priority is customer satisfaction and ensuring that everything is on track. We guarantee the elimination of crickets with our treatment and offer a 3-month, no-questions-asked guarantee for your peace of mind.

Call Aussie Pest Co For Effective Cricket Extermination

Don't let cricket pests take over your home - call in the experts at Aussie Pest Co! Our experienced team is here to help you get rid of any infestations, quickly and safely.

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Cricket Pest Control FAQs

Why are crickets pests?

Many people consider crickets to be pests, and there are several reasons why. First, they can damage vegetation and crops due to their voracious appetite; this is especially true for species such as the field cricket, which feed on a variety of plants.

Second, some cricket species are known carriers of bacteria, viruses and parasites that can affect humans and other animals. For example, the cave cricket commonly carries salmonella which can lead to food poisoning if ingested by humans or animals.
Thirdly, crickets produce a high-pitched chirping noise at night which can be very irritating for people trying to sleep. In fact, some species of crickets produce noises in excess of 100 dB!

It's easy to see why many people classify crickets as pests; however, it's important not to forget that these organisms also play an important role in ecosystems and provide essential services like nutrient cycling between soil and plants!

How do I prevent crickets?

To prevent these critters from entering your home:

  1. Seal any cracks or crevices around windows/doors using weather stripping or caulk. This will help keep out adult crickets as well as eggs from hatching inside your home.
  2. Keep doors closed when not in use - this includes outer doors that lead to basements, garages etc., which may be popular entry points for crickets if left open overnight or during other times when no one is at home.
  3. Remove vegetation near windows/doors that may act as hiding places for those pesky critters; mow lawns regularly to prevent overgrowth of tall grasses which can also serve as their hideaways once they’ve entered into your property line!
  4. Eliminate sources of moisture such as leaky pipes/accumulated water near walls & foundations by drying them up immediately - this can make an environment inhospitable for them so they stay away!
Why do I suddenly have crickets in my house?

Crickets have likely invaded your home because they are searching for food, water, and shelter. Crickets are attracted to dark sheltered areas that provide easy access to sources of food, such as yards with open rubbish bins or debris piles. They may also be attracted to the moisture in basements or attics. If you have recently experienced a hot, humid spell outside your home then this could make conditions inside attractive for crickets too. Fear not, if you all of sudden find yourself dealing with an abundance of crickets, licensed pest controllers will be able to help.

Can crickets destroy a house?

While it might seem unlikely, the answer is yes — crickets can indeed damage your house. Crickets, especially field crickets and house crickets, are often attracted to the warmth of homes in winter and may find their way inside. If a cricket finds its way into an open or unsealed space in your home, they can cause serious destruction by eating fabric, rubber items such as insulation or even wallpaper paste. Additionally, if there’s increased humidity in your home due to poor ventilation or weather conditions during the summer months they could lay eggs on clothing and other linen items leading to further destruction once young crickets hatch out.

Why do crickets make noise?

Crickets make noise for a variety of reasons. The most widely accepted explanation is that crickets use sound to communicate with each other. Male crickets in particular will produce chirps and clicks as part of their mating ritual, attempting to attract female crickets in the vicinity. Additionally, they may produce sound as a way of warning off potential predators or rivals. Crickets also use their song to declare territory and advertise potential food sources, calling attention to ripe fruits and nectar-rich vegetation that might otherwise be overlooked by scavenging animals or birds.

Aside from communication purposes, crickets are believed to make noise due to physical attributes like leg structure and even air temperature, which can cause their “wings” (tympanal organs) to vibrate at different speeds depending on environmental factors.