What Should Homeowners Know About Electronic Rodent Control?

Rodents are pests no homeowner wants to have to deal with. Unfortunately, during the colder months of the year, rodents often attempt to find refuge inside homes and outbuildings, leading to damage and possible exposure to diseases. Rodents carry a host of diseases like Leptospirosis and Hantavirus. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to keep rodents out of a home, unless special care is taken because they can chew through a variety of materials and gain entrance, even when a home is well sealed. Thankfully, there is Electronic Rodent Control.

Electronic Rodent Control helps to repel rodents with sound. These devices work by sending ultrasonic sounds into the air. The sounds cannot be heard by humans and do not bother most pets. Those with small pets such as birds and hamsters should not use these devices because they can cause problems. These devices are typically plugged in throughout the home. As electricity runs into the device, ultrasonic sounds are produced. When the rodents come near the sounds, the rodents are driven away.

One of the biggest benefits to electronic devices is there is no mess because the mice are not killed. They simply cannot stand the sounds so they run from the premises to get away from the noise. This protects their lives but prevents them from invading a home. Unlike poisons, these devices do not pose any threat to cats, dogs, or children so they can be used anywhere there is a rodent problem.

To ensure these devices will work effectively, it is imperative homeowners work with a professional. A professional pest control service can determine where the rodents are gaining access so they will know where to place the devices. Proper placement is crucial for successfully removing the rodent population from a home.

If you are dealing with rodent problems in your home and would like professional help, contact Bowman Termite & Pest Management LLC. Call them today and they will be happy to provide you with an appointment so they can help you determine if these electronic devices will work properly for your rodent concerns. With these devices, you can say goodbye to unwanted rodents permanently.