Sometimes, other mechanisms that prevent rats from entering the house won't work. Even the renowned traps and baits approaches could often fail sometimes in certain situations. However, the creativity of human minds doesn't end in the convention methods of rat prevention. They continue on reinventing and innovating until it reaches to the point of zenith wherein they have already found the ultimate solution to all problems. We may not be there yet, but we have made considerable progress so far by being able to invent some of the best ways and methods to prevent rodent infestation problem. And one of this is the use of highly effective rat guards that prevent rats from entering the house.
Rat guards are very great substitutes to sealants and covers, if ever one would not have any access on the other products. But what are rat guards exactly and how do they work in deterring our pesky rodent brethrens from invading our beloved abode?
Rat guards, as what the name implies, serve as a guard that prevents rats from entering through holes into the house. They are best applied as a future preventative measure so that after you applied all sorts of rodent control techniques and gotten rid of all the present rats infesting the house, you will also deter them from entering once again in the future. Rat guards are best placed in pipelines and tube holes that can potentially become passages for rats to get inside. What's even more advantageous is that rat guards don't have to go through the hassles of having to drill holes just to install them. With the recent innovations on rat guards' technology, one could just simply place them on holes like a cap on bottle lid.
Rat guards are even not only used in residential homes as they are also being used on other establishments and structures. They are commercially popular in ships and are being used to prevent not only rats but also other hygiene threatening animals like snakes, cats, squirrels and what not. Over time the product has been proven to be quite effective in deterring such creatures from entering the ship hauls.
The guards have three plates. The initial plate is found in its surface. More like the external cover serves as the framework for the spokes of the guard. The second layer or plate is the pokes that are inserted into the framework to filter rats from getting in. The third layer is another level of spokes that are smaller and narrower. They have to be installed as well to ensure that rats will never be able to squeeze themselves in into the possible seams of the second layer. Note that in order to install the rat guard you don't need to do any drilling or wielding so that you can assemble all the parts.
Here are some advantages of having Rat Guards:
1. Like what was said earlier, they easily and conveniently installed everywhere. They come in different sizes in order to fit in to the needs of measurement depending on the size of the hole that needs covering.
2. All rat guards are alloy made in order to resist the eventuality of rusting and corrosion. When they won't rust, they could possibly last a lifetime working to deter rats.
3. Their popularity is simply preceded by its efficiency. Rat guards are not only popularly used in ships but across the entire United States as well. When everybody's using it, it could simply imply that everybody trusts its effectiveness.
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