Do Ultrasonic Pest Repellers Work?

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With the warm weather coming so will the pests and rodents (unfortunately!)

If you’re like most people you’ve tried the regular solutions – pest sprays, traps, poisons, etc – maybe you’ve gone as far as hiring an exterminator.

While all of these are sound solutions, ultrasonic pest repellers might be a better option.

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Do Ultrasonic Pest Repellers Work?

The simple answer is yes… but under certain conditions.

Before purchasing you should understand:

#1.) Pest repellers won’t save you from a complete infestation.

#2.) They don’t kill pests – they deter them from certain areas using high-frequency sound

#3.) Rodents or bugs may relocate to another part of your home

Plugin pest repellers are still at the early stages, but so far they appear to work well for non-infestation scenarios.

And they’re a good way of reducing the likelihood of infestations.

Types of pests/insects the work on:

  • Mice and rats (rodents)
  • Cockroaches, roaches, and water bugs
  • Crickets or grasshoppers
  • Ants (and micro bugs)
  • Mosquitos and flies
  • Spiders
  • Carpet fleas

How Do They Work?

They’re very easy to set up — simply plug them into a power outlet.

Ultrasonic insect/rodent Repellers are small electronic devices which emit a high-frequency sound.

The high pitch is a deterrent for nearby rodents and insects. (cockroaches, mice, rats, ants, etc)

Simply by plugging in the repeller into an electrical outlet, it’ll start to produce super high-frequency sound that’s disruptive to all types of insects and rodents.

The sound causes a frantic emotion causing them to leave an area (in this case – your home) and stop reproducing. The theory is that it confuses them forcing them to leave.

** FYI: it’s very important to place them throughout your home.

Remember that ultrasonic pest repellers won’t kill insects/rodents — if there’s areas in your home without an ultrasonic sound, they are likely to relocate there (instead of leaving the residence).

Cockroaches are especially nasty because they lay so many eggs and a full infestation can quickly get out of control.

For non-infestation scenarios, using ultrasonic pest repellers can be the cheapest option!

Here’s an example of how you can place the repellers throughout your home.

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Are pest repellers a safe solution?

I’ll be honest – I don’t have sympathy for cockroaches.

Mice can be annoying, but I have some sympathy for them — it’s really sad when you see one stuck in a glue trap. That’s a painful way to go.

Ultrasonic pest repellers are a humane way of getting pests to leave.

Plus, they’re very affordable!

It should also be noted that pest repellers like this are effective, but more preventative.

For full infestations you’ll need to hire an exterminator — large groups of rodents or insects are unlikely to leave completely.

They’ll also leave eggs which eventually hatch.

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From reading the overview online, ultrasonic pest repellers are the best cruelty-free way of removing pests.

Ultrasonic Pest Repellers are an affordable, more humane way of getting pesky bugs and rodents to leave your home.

At first I was afraid high-frequency sound would bother my dog, but the buyers say:

“did not notice any changes in my cat’s behavior”

“our dogs seem unaffected by them”

So, looks to be good news so far?

Also the Amazon page says that you’ll receive 100% money back if you’re unhappy with your purchase.

** Ultrasonic Repeller comes in Pack of 6 – (this is the one Amazon recommends)  

If you choose to purchase, please let us know how it goes!

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