Safe, Eco-Friendly Rodent Control

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Discovering a rodent infestation in your home can be disheartening. Rats and mice are extremely dangerous for your health and your home. And because they are very difficult to control, a rodent infestation can quickly get out of hand. Ironically, however, traditional rodent control methods such as poisons and mouse traps can also be extremely harmful to your health and property. This is why many people are turning to safe, eco-friendly alternatives to rodent control. Here is a look at pest chasers, a safe but effective way to get rid of the mice and rats in your home.

Pest chasers are safe, eco-friendly devices that emit ultrasonic sound only audible to rodents. While the device does not penetrate furniture, cabinets or walls, when placed throughout multiple infested rooms it is able to reduce rodent activity within 6 to 10 days. Pest chasers are safe because homeowners don’t have to deal with traps, poisons and dead rodents. This no see, no touch solution makes it possible for homeowners to get rid of rodents without personal contact with mice and rats.

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Pest chasers are available through leading rodent control specialists Victor®. The company offers a complete line of rodent control products that are highly efficient, safe and non-toxic. We recommend taking advantage of their current promotion, the Victor® Protect Your Space Combo Kit for only $99.99. The kit includes Victor® Sonic PestChaser® Heavy Duty Sonic, Victor® Sonic Mini PestChaser® Ultrasonic Rodent Repellent, and Victor® Electronic Mouse Trap.

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Some rats and mice can contaminate your food and spread diseases either through urine or feces or by harboring disease-infested parasites such as ticks and fleas. Rodents can also destroy infested buildings and local agriculture by chewing through nearly everything from electrical wires to wood. Contact Victor® and order the combo kit today. 

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