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Bye, Bye, Squirrels

"I endured days of hearing chewing and little feet running over my head. This ended when I hung the Evictor in my attic. That is one wonderfully annoying light! I got a headache just from glancing at it. The squirrels did not like it either! I love the fact that it is cruelty free. I would recommend this product without hesitation. I only ran it a few days, but I am ready to run it again next time I have guests in my attic. Thank you, Evictor!!" -Mary I.

Key Features

Safe Wildlife Control

  • Squirrels
  • Roof Rats
  • Raccoons
  • Opossums
  • Skunks
  • Bobcats

Patented Technology

  • Professional Grade

  • 175,000 Candle Power
  • High-Intensity Strobe Light
  • Superior Brightness & Longevity Compared to Conventional Strobe Lights
  • Average Bulb Life exceeds 7,000 hours

Easy to Install

  • Works 24/7 365 to Keep Pests Out

  • Hangs from Beams and Rafters with included Hook and Chain
  • Plugs into Standard 120 volt AC Electrical Outlets
  • Includes 10' Cord & 24" Chain for fast installation
 

30-Day 100% Money-Back Guarantee

  • Trust the Original Patented Evictor® Strobe Light for Evicting Rodents in Attics and Crawlspaces
  • 100% Money Back Guarantee if returned within 30 Days of purchase

Wide Coverage Area

  • Each EVICTOR® covers 300 sq ft or 15 x 20 ft attics and crawlspaces.
  • Measure the size of your attic or crawlspace and make sure you use enough strobe lights to cover the area.

Environmentally Friendly

  • Deter wildlife from your home without poisons, traps, or other harmful methods.
  • EVICTOR® strobe lights are energy efficient and portable. The estimated yearly energy cost is $9.05*
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