Rid Tech Ultrasonic Pest Repeller Review #ridtech

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Living out in the country means their are a lot of pests  and animals outside our home.  We frequently see our neighbors outdoor cats and hawks catching mice.The Arlo Smart Home Security Camera System that we recently reviewed has captured bunnies and stray cats on our property.  We can hear frogs in our neighbors creek and have spotted deer tracks this winter in the snow on our property.

This will be our first summer living in this home and I am already worried about pests making it inside.   Now that it is warmer, I see tons of ants outside and hope that is where they stay! We already have a spider problem in our house although as it gets warmer and drier the spiders seem to be leaving. I haven’t seen any mice so I like to think my neighbors cats is taking care of them, but they also means I don’t want to put anything toxic around my home.

I have always liked the idea of repelling pests, rather than killing them.  So many outdoor cats and owls get sick and even die by eating poisoned rodents! The Rid-Tech Ultrasonic Pest Repeller   uses state of the art ultrasonic technology to drive pests away. Plugged in to any standard household outlet Rid-Tech uses low frequency sound waves, inaudible to humans and pets, which drive pests out of your home for good. The device works on mice, rats, spiders, roaches, mosquitoes, ants. We recently got the chance to review this device for free, for review purposes.

Forget the harmful chemicals, poisons, and traps typically used in households and by pest control technicians. Rid-Techs Pest Control Repeller is 100% safe and effective. Rid-Tech Naturally drives pests out without killing them. No need to clean up dead insects and rodents. Rid-Techs Ultrasonic Pest Repeller creates an uncomfortable environment for pests so they simply leave. Simply plug in the unit and let the Rid-Tech Repeller do the rest. Use 1 unit per average-sized room with a pest problem. Additional units will be required in larger areas. Areas such as attics, basements, garages and large storage areas may require more than one unit.  It may take a few weeks to fully repel all pests. If you have rodent pets (Gerbils, hamsters, etc) it may be within their hearing range and this device should not be used if you have them in your home.Rid-Tech Ultrasonic Pest Repeller - Repells Rodents and Insects

Our deck has an outlet built-in, so I thought it would be great to plug this unit in when we had guests over for a BBQ on Mother’s Day to keep bugs away, but the unit says it is for indoors only.

We have had this unit plugged in, in the lower level of our raised ranch for about a week now. It was in the laundry room, which is unfinished and damper, but I moved it to my office in the front of the house, but still on the lower level. The windows are even with the ground, and when I open them, I am worried about bugs making their way through the screens.  So far I still have yet to see any ants, and the spider population has been drastically decreasing.

I wish they sold these devices in a multi-pack because I would be interested in purchasing additional devices. I would probably need 2 for the laundry room, and 2 for the garage, and maybe a few for upstairs in various rooms.

We have purchased similar units in the past, but they emitted a humming sound that drove me crazy at night.  The Rid-Tech Ultrasonic Pest Repeller device is completely silent,

MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: Use the Rid-Tech Repeller risk free for 60 days. If the Ultrasonic Repeller does not get rid of your pest problem, they will refund 100% of your purchase. No questions asked.

 

Disclosure: I was provided with one Rid Tech Ultrasonic Pest Repeller device for free, for review purposes. All opinions are my own. This post also contains affiliate links.

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