Pennsylvania Pest control | Pennsylvania Bat Control | About Bats
About Pennsylvania Bats: Pennsylvania bats can sometimes get out of control. The ET Pest Control units works great repelling the Pennsylvania Bat. They simply plug-in to any house hold outlet or they can be plugged-in on the end of an extension cord to get into tight and confined areas.
There are nine different species of bats that are found in Pennsylvania. There are only two commonly found bats in Pennsylvania and they are the Little Brown Bat and the Big Brown Bat. Pennsylvania’s most common bat, the little brown is found statewide. This bat eats a wide variety of flying insects, including nocturnal moths, bugs, beetles, flies, and mosquitoes. Females disperse from the hibernation roosts, and gather in summer nursery colonies of 10 to l,000 individuals in attics, barns, and other dark, hot retreats. Big brown bats fly at dusk, and generally use the same feeding grounds each night. They fly in a nearly straight course 20-30 feet in the air, often emitting an audible chatter. Among the last bats to enter hibernation, big brown bats seek out caves, buildings, mines, storm sewers and may enter and take up residence into attics.
If you have bats in your roof, attic or home, the ET Pest Control will repel them from the area.
We are very confident that the ET Pest Control will demand your Pennsylvania bat problem to leave your home with positive results.
D and R Technologies LLC. have created this page so you can identify your common Pennsylvania bat control problem.
How Pennsylvania Pest Control repels bats?
The ET Pest Control is an electronic plug in pest repeller that uses both ultrasonic and electromagnetic sound frequencies causing a chaotic unstable environment for the bats. The electromagnetic high impact repelling technology is designed to repel deep within the walls of your home or work environment. This repelling technique helps greatly as bats have been known to hide in walls, attics, and other unseen able places.
The ultrasonic variable sound frequencies are in constant changing frequencies so that the bats will not become tolerable to one signal. The sound frequencies will interrupt the bats’ communication skills, eating habits, and flight pattern forcing them to leave the area. It takes time to repel bats. It can take up to 4-6 weeks depending on how severe/non-severe your bat problem is. Please see our Proper Application page for the coverage area you may need to repel the bats. All you do is simply plug in the ET Pest Control into any household or business outlet. Also, for the hard to reach places, you can use an extension chord and plug in the pest repeller facing toward the infested area. Both the extension chord and the pest repeller will repel the bats at the same time.