What animals are affected by Ultrasonic Repellents? PestChasers® will affect any rodent including rats, mice, gerbils, guinea pigs, chinchillas, or hamsters. If you have one of the pets listed above, keep them in a different room away from the repellent. Shop Different Solutions »
How can I tell if my PestChaser® is working? Our new line of PestChasers® all feature a soft blue light on the front. If the light is on, you know the device is working. As a bonus, the light also makes a great nightlight! * We’d love to say these run on magic, but unfortunately they need to be plugged in to light up. ;)
How long does the PestChaser® last? PestChasers® offer long-lasting rodent protection for up to 3 to 5 years. Shop These Products »
Will Ultrasonic Repellents work through walls or furniture? Ultrasound cannot penetrate solid surfaces (walls, floors, ceilings) or travel around corners.
How many PestChasers® should I use per room? For each average sized room, you only need one PestChaser®. With obstructions like furniture, you will need to install more than one unit for full coverage. Shop These Products »
Can I use it outdoors? Nope. Electronic repellents are designed for indoor and garage use. Placing repellents outdoors may cause them to get wet and stop functioning properly. Want this? Shop here »
Why are rodents ignoring my Ultrasonic Repellent?This is why it's best to use the 3-Step Proactive Approach
- They may be starving. Sometimes the draw of easily accessible food is enough to entice a very hungry rodent even if the sound is uncomfortable.
- They have a nest of babies. If the rodent left them in a protected area, they will still venture in to keep them safe.
- They are deaf. It is possible they simply cannot hear the ultrasonic noise.
Infestations need to be eliminated quickly to regain control of your property. Shop Traps »
Once your infestation is under control and rodents have been eliminated, prevent them from coming back. Shop Repellents »
Stay ahead of any rodent problem with a baited Tin Cat® to identify a rodent problem before it becomes serious. Shop Tin Cat® »