Many people have trouble with mice getting into their homes and can’t figure out how to resolve the problem. Even when they seal up cracks and tiny holes around the foundation, mice might still get in, especially if the home is located in an area where the critters are abundant. That tends to be especially true in rural areas. These individuals may not want to set poison out, knowing that rodents may crawl under floors and into walls after eating it, where they die and start to emit disgusting odors. They may consider Electronic Rodent Control for a poison-free strategy. A pest management company can provide insight into how effective the equipment is.
These electronic devices send out variable high-frequency sound waves that are believed to be drive rodents away. Research indicates that Electronic Rodent Control units do work to a certain extent, but are probably most effective as part of a broader pest control methodology. Some individuals have attempted to use the devices to get rid of cockroaches and other insects, and that does not seem to work very well.
Setting up the equipment in a suitable location is essential. The sound waves may be annoying to rodents, but they are not very strong. The sound doesn’t travel far and it is blocked by solid objects, such as walls, furniture, and appliances. The device is probably good for a few rooms if the waves can travel without any barrier. It generally won’t work for the further reaches of the home or for a different level. Another potential problem is that mice may become accustomed to the noise, especially if they aren’t actually living in that particular part of the house. They may just venture in there to find food, leaving their droppings behind as evidence of their presence.
It’s important to consider that although humans can’t hear these sound waves, their pets most likely can. People may want to use other strategies if they have a dog, cat, hamster or another animal as part of the family. A company such as Bowman Termite & Pest Management offers numerous techniques to keep mice out of homes.