There are many different types of electronic rat repellent available. The most common is the variety which gives off a high pitched sound which is not audible to humans. These are also used to repel moles and other rodents from gardens. The theory is that the rodents find the sound unpleasant and leave the area, never to return. If it were only this simple then people would not be pulling out their hair in frustration. Neither would they be spending hundreds or thousands of pounds on repellents, traps and the rat-catcher man. They would be buying that little box for £9.95+ postage and packing.
For every story of these working that you find on the Internet there are at least one or two saying that they are no use. Many people find that any slight change in the environment can be enough to keep rats away for a while. They are very wary creatures and if something unfamiliar appears they may leave the area until they are sure that there is no threat. They see new smells, sounds and objects as a potential warning that there are predators in the area.
Our electronic rat repellent review of these devices suggest that they may only work for a short time as the rats could get used to the sound, particularly if they are hungry or looking for shelter. If you are keen to prevent damage from rats then you are risking serious damage and financial loss by not taking the problem seriously.
Hammer Technologies' repellent flooring is a far more effective than these devices. In tests it was found to repel rats very effectively, and they are unable to ignore it.
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