"Wherever you live there's no doubt that crickets have been in abundance. The house cricket can be particularly problematic. In addition to making an annoying chirping noise they are aptly named for the place they are often found and where we least like to have them-- Our homes. How do they get in? It all begins with their main food source; decaying plant material which they find easily under the plants in your yard. However, when the weather gets rough and conditions become less ideal they move to wherever they can find cooler and damper air. In the walls of our houses are the perfect places for them to hide with little ventilation holes that grant shelter and shade. From there the journey inside is neither far nor difficult. You want your exterminating company to know where these pests hide and how to set up a solid wall or the clever bugs will break through."
"So we got a camel cricket (cave cricket) population in the basement. Millions of baby camel crickets in this year's crop plus the bigger ones that are up in the insulation; they feed a spider population. If you look over here you can see a spider web four egg-sacs each exact will have four hundred to eight hundred babies now the spider isn't here because it's winter time. This spider probably died but it leaves behind eggs that will hatch in the spring and start to feed on these camel crickets. Eventually these baby spiders will put pressure on the sub flooring of the house and end up going up into home. It's really important that your pest control company treats the crawl space. If you can see the eggs: in one of these egg-sacs there's little white dots. This is- I'm holding approximately four thousand spiders in my hands, next spring that's why you can't just treat around the outside of the home and expect control of a spider population."
--Bulwark Exterminating Expert