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How to Keep Pest Animals From Sheds, Barns and Storage Areas

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

Scare animal away

If you have a shed, barn or even an open storage area, and you happen to live anywhere but the inner city, you’ll have critters trying to sneak in. These critters can include bats, squirrels, rabbits, coyotes, skunks, raccoons, even deer and bears. If you store any kind of food in these structures, these critters will make a beeline for them to seek not only food but shelter.

Chances are, you’ve encountered this problem before and probably thrown up your hands in frustration. For you’ve tried traps and poisons and all manner of homegrown critter deterrents—all with minimally effective results. You’ve even tried mothballs and animal urine—no help. You’re just about ready to whip out your shotgun, but unless you live “in the sticks,” there are legal and safety concerns in going that route.

But the fact remains, you’ve got to find some way to get rid of animals. As you’ve undoubtedly experienced, critters can create a lot of headaches in time and money. They can eat virtually anything you’ve stored inside or outside–grain, crops, feed, the list goes on and on. Critters can also chew up the electrical wiring inside barns and sheds. Some, like raccoons and opossums, can chew into a roof faster than you can say holy critter! And they sure can leave a smelly mess if they’ve been there awhile or if they died there.

Fortunately, there is a humane, inexpensive animal deterrent that will keep critters away from your shed, barn or even an open storage area. It’s called the Bird-B-Gone Sonic Shield™. And critters don’t like it.

Light and Sound Deters Any Critter Around

The Bird-B-Gone Sonic Shield™ has been proven effective to keep a wide range of bats and four–legged critters away from your property. It uses a motion sensor that springs to life the second a critter crosses its area of protection. Once activated, a dog barking and flashing LED light scare critters away.

Works Day or Night to Give Critters a Fright

The Sonic Shield™ has both a daytime and nighttime mode of operation. For the daytime mode, flashing LED lights and loud barking dog sounds work in unison to frighten all types of critters from your property. In the nighttime mode, just the flashing LED lights come on—perfect for neighborhoods where night noises would wake up the neighbors. Either way, the Sonic Shield™ is a very cost-effective way to get rid of bats and four-legged critters. And it sure beats those ultrasonic deterrents, which emit sounds most critters can’t hear.

The Set-and-Forget Animal Deterrent

The Sonic Shield™ is self-contained, portable and goes wherever critters creep. It runs on four standard AA batteries. So you can position it practically in the path of suspected critter entry points. There’s no need for AC connections. And you won’t need to resort to such deterrents as shotguns, traps, smelly mothballs or urine.

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