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Q&A: Evictor Strobe Light Installation

May 13, 2013 9:11:18 AM

Evictor Strobe Light Installation

Question: I'd like info on where to place it, how to place it, best time of day to do this???? The squirrels start making a racket at about 6 a.m. and continue for a few hours.  When it is quiet, does that mean they are away from the attic?  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Yes, as a general rule.....when it is quiet that means they have left the attic.  I usually do strobe installations between 10 AM and 2 PM.  Before entering the attic, I usually make a lot a noise by banging on the drop staircase and then stop and listen for any noise coming from the attic.  
If you are installing just one strobe......then it is best to install it in the attic area where you hear the most noise.
Sometimes, I suggest moving the strobe around to different spots if you are cost conscious and do not want to buy a second strobe.  If you have a long term squirrel infestation and the attic area is large,  they will move to a dark place in the attic and it becomes necessary to buy additional strobes......if it is inconvenient to keep moving the one strobe around.  
Usually within a day or two after a strobe installation,  the squirrels simply leave. If there are 2 holes, make sure at least 1 hole remains open for the squirrels to come and go as they please.  Leaving the hole open for 30 days is suggested as a training period in which the squirrels learn to "hate your house".    

 

Bill Earl

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Reproductive Cycle of Backyard Wildlife

Dec 10, 2012 11:36:33 AM

Question: When are rodents most active in an attic or crawlspace?  When are they going to have babies?

Although climate, location, and food supply can change mating habits, be on the look out for babies at the following times of year:

Squirrels: Late Spring & Fall

Here in PA, the sun’s setting earlier and the nights are getting colder.  If you currently have a pest problem, you may want to try to chase rodents out now, before the number of pests increases.  Dealing with a squirrel, rat, or raccoon problem is difficult, but you will save yourself a lot of hassle and money if you take care of it early on with the Evictor Strobe Light.

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Pest Tools LLC sells the Evictor Strobe Light nationally to Pest Management Professionals and Wildlife Control Operators.  We support the work they do across the country keeping homes safe and free of the problems caused by squirrels, rats, and raccoons.  

We're offering a free unit to demo for 90 Days to any new Company or Professional who sign up with the website regardless of the size of their business.  After submitting the sign up form we'll create an account for you through which you can make future orders.

Sign up here: http://pesttools.us/pmp-wco

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Apr 7, 2012 5:56:31 PM

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Q&A: On/Off Switch

Nov 14, 2011 4:57:06 PM

"I am interested to know if the Evictor strobe light has any sort of on/off switch on the cord or on the light itself. I can't see from the picture if that is the case. Are there certain types of sun glasses or protective glasses one needs to enter an area with an active strobe light?"

The Evictor Strobe Light doesn't have an on/off switch.  We recommend plugging it into an outlet with a switch, or using a surge protector with a switch.  You don't have to wear sun glasses, but please avoid looking directly at the light when it is turned on.

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Close to Home

Oct 3, 2011 2:46:59 PM

Close to Home

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Evictor Strobe Lights® Indoor Use Only

Sep 30, 2011 11:35:44 AM

It was tried outdoors in California and a sheriff’s department launched an investigation because a pilot reported the strobe light activity as a downed aircraft. (It’s really that bright!)

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