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"THE STROBE LIGHT GOES ON, IT FLASHES A LOT, IT BECOMES IRRITATING TO THEM, AND THE ANIMALS GET THE PICTURE THAT IT'S NOT REALLY A PLACE WHERE THEY'RE SUPPOSED TO BE. THE THING IS MAKE YOUR SURE YOU HAVE YOUR CURTAINS DRAWN IN YOUR ATTIC, BECAUSE YOUR NEIGHBORS ARE GOING TO THINK YOU HAVE SOMETHING WILD GOING ON."
"On one of our tests in the past month we have placed your (Evictor Strobe Light 10K) in a squirrel infested attic in Lake Mary, Florida. With only one unit, the (Evictor Strobe Light 10K) elimated squirrel noises at one end of the home but forced the squirrel(s) to the other end of the home.
We then placed the unit at the other end of the home and in a few more days the squirrel(s) had completely left the attic. We continued to run the unit for over 2 weeks after the squirrels left, and since no further activity existed for such a long duration, we removed the unit last week.
In this test we have left the squirrel entry points unsealed to see how long it might take before any squirrels re-enter. It's been one week now and they haven't re-entered! I'll keep you posted."
"I recently had the opportunity to try your product, using it to eliminate a heavy population of flying squirrels from a customers attic. In the past, we relied on trapping for this type of work, which was very time consuming and expensive to the customer. Using your product, I was able to perform this service for about 1/3 of what I used to charge, and was still more profitable. I was very pleased with the results we were able to deliver to our customer. I will recommend your product to other managers in our organization, as well as to our technical training staff."
"We installed this product by simply hanging it from a beam and plugging it in. Within a day, she reported no noises. Every two days, we received a call stating that the animals were gone still. But then, she turned off the strobe light and went on Vacation for two weeks. On April 13th, the rascals had moved back into her attic. We informed our customer to turn your strobe light back on and keep it on."
Ask the Exterminator is produced and written by Rick Steinau, President of Ace Exterminating Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. www.aceext.com
In 2004, I encountered the ultimate squirrel nightmare. It seemed like something straight from the old TV series “The Twilight Zone.” Imagine the plotline pitch:
Tom Jarzynka, training and technical director for Maitland, Fla.-based Massey Services, notes that Massey does not jump on new-treatment bandwagons. Rather, the firm tests new products, analyzes the results and then tests some more. In the case of (the Evictor Strobe Light), Massey and its commercial division, PrevenTech, found the innovation helped the company rid pests — squirrels, feral cats and roof rats — quickly, cost effectively and safely.