How Ultrasonic Pest Repellers Work?
Going online, there's a debate going on throughout the digital world about the usefulness and effectiveness of ultrasonic pest repellers. Do they really work? Do you repel pests like rats, mice, insects, and other unwanted creatures? The answer is a little vague, they work "most of the time".
Not a definitive answer to an important question for a lot of people. The reason it is not definitive is that there has been very little scientific research on the devices and the little that has been done is inconclusive. That leaves us with personal opinion and testimony.
Before we talk about that lets take a look at the different types of ultrasonic pest repeller out on the market. Some of them claim to use electromagnetic technology. One market brand says the "unit actually changes the normal field around your wiring, creating an environment that pests just can't tolerate." Do you really want to be exposed to EMF from another source?
But that's not the case with ultrasonic pest repellers. The science behind these devices says that "ultrasonic sound waves attack the auditory and nervous systems of most common pests causing them pain and discomfort.
Back to the question at hand, do they work? Most people will say "yes", they do work for them. Naturally, some say they do not work. However, from our research, the feedback is mostly positive. The other very important evidence we point to is the popularity of ultrasonic pest repellers. Millions have been sold worldwide and millions more every year. Logic concludes that if they didn't work, sales would be plummeting. The consumer will usually decide how good a product is and in this case they must work pretty well. Compared to the cost (both financial, safety, and time) of chemical treatment, ultrasonic pest repeller may be worth a try.
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