Natural Electronic Pest Control: Why Pest Offense Is Safer and More Effective Than Pesticides

Even the cleanest homes in America can fall victim to beetles, ants, spiders, mice or rats and there is nothing more infuriating than constantly finding these pests where we sleep and eat. There are a number of pest control devices available on the market, each claiming to be the solution. But how do we know which pest control device is safer and more effective?

Our staff recently researched these devices and personally tested the pest offense. Pest Offense is probably the most recognized model on the market, having sold over 5 million units. What our research and tests have shown us is that while other natural devices and pesticides can help with your pest problems, Pest Offense is much more effective and safer.

Here are just a few of the reasons why we decided Pest Offense offers the best value:

No Pesticides or Chemicals: If you have children with health problems like asthma, then you know how risky pesticides and chemicals can be. Additionally, there are proven links of indoor pesticides to leukemia, Parkinson’s disease, ADHD and other cognitive developmental deficiencies. So why take the risk?

University Tested and Approved: Pest Offense is the only pest control device that has been independently tested in an independent academic setting. The inventor of Pest Offense handed his invention to a reputable state university for an intensive 5-year study. The result was an overwhelming stamp of approval.

Personal tests: Two members of our staff have had separate pest problems at home, one with spiders and one with ants. When we installed the Pest Offense units in their homes, the results were almost identical. Initially, in the early days, their problems seemed to get worse (more creatures seemed to surface). But after 7-10 days, both reported that there were virtually no signs of either ants or spiders. And this continued to be the case for the next few weeks. Two very enthusiastic thumbs up!

Customer Reviews: We’ve scoured the web, reading hundreds of testimonials and reviews for various pest control devices. Most reviews of ultrasound devices have been positive, but there were common complaints about coverage. Almost all of the reviews we have read regarding pest offense have been overwhelmingly positive. Other competitors have made numerous dissatisfied comments and have also addressed issues of the (FTC) Federal Trade Commission.

Cost and Coverage: One of the biggest drawbacks to using an ultrasonic pest control device is that these units typically only cover a limited amount of space inside the home, usually a room. So if you want to cover a large area, you need to place a number of different units around the house, which can get expensive. Pest Offense, on the other hand, only requires one unit to cover one level of an average house with a connected circuit board. And because it’s based on electrical wiring rather than sound, coverage is much wider. You would need two units, however, if you have two floors with access from the ground (like a basement house).

It is important to note that you should not use Pest Offense, or any other electronic or ultrasonic pest control device, if you have small pets such as a hamster, gerbil, guinea pig, or any other rodent-type animal. These small pets will be affected