Ultrasonic Pest Deterrents - Getting the Most from your Device

Ultrasonic Pest & Animal Deterrents - Effective, Harmless & UK Made! 

We're delighted to introduce a new range of ultrasonic animal deterrents, helping keep your garden safe from pests! You can view our whole range of pest control repellents here
These Ultrasonic pest deterrents are ideal for ridding your gardens and property of cats, foxes, pine martens, mice and other nuisance animals. 
These clever deterrents are fitted with a PIR (Passive Infra-Red) sensor, which is activated by movement and body heat, triggering a 5 second ultrasonic burst whose frequency is tailored to particular species of animal. 
This means that you can deter pests such as foxes without repelling household pets
Even better, the ultrasonic sound is inaudible to humans and completely harmless to all species. No animals hurt in the making of these products!! 
Our sonic pest control repellents are the best money can buy, and are proven to work effectively. Check out just how effective on our videos page here
In addition, our CATWatch deterrent has been tested and approved by the RSPB and is proven not to affect birds in any way. It is the only ultrasonic pest repellent they endorse. 
All our pest deterrents come with a 2 year warranty for peace of mind, and are made in in the UK. 

Ultrasonic Pest Control Repellents - How to Use Effectively 

Though our repellents are effective when used on their own, here are a few tips to maximise protection for your garden and property. 
1. Eliminate Food Sources 
Once you know what pests you have and what they eat, don't make it easy for them! Where possible, keep food sources well stored in secure containers, make rubbish bins difficult to access and clean up spills quickly! 
2. Eliminate Holes and Cracks 
Take a look around the house, keeping an eye out for any holes or cracks. If there's an opportunity for an animal to use a warm and cosy space away from predators and bad weather, chances are they'll take it! Remember, a mouse can gain access to your house from a hole as small as a 50p piece, so make the necessary repairs before it's too late! 
3. Eliminate Other Safe Spaces 
Rockery, mulch, long grass and wood piles near your property can also offer a hiding place or transit route for small animals, increasing the chances of them finding a way into the house. Clean up debris and consider moving features further away from doors to minimise the risk. 
4. Get a Plant Cover 
Some cats use veg beds and raised bed planters as their own personal kingdom! Our ultrasonic cat deterrents can be used in combination with our pop up plant covers and triangular plant cloches to give double the protection for your seedlings, crops and flower beds. 
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