How To Get Rid Of Rats And Steps To Rat Proof Your Home

How to get rid of rats in your house once they have infested a place is one of our most commonly asked questions.

If you have ever heard noises in your attic or walls, chances are that you have RATS!

Not only can this be a frightening experience, but a dangerous one as well.

Rats will eat and contaminate stored food, can bite, and can also cause serious structural damages to your property. They often chew on electrical cable insulation leaving the wires exposed, which can be a serious fire hazard.

Repel Rats the Safe and Effective Way

Mice and rats have good physical dexterity. They move around very fast, which makes it very hard to catch them.

Their intelligence is also quite high. It should come as no surprise that they are quite efficient at evading the traps that get laid out for them.

The DX610 Ultrasonic Rat Repeller is a SAFE and EFFECTIVE way to eliminate mice and rats and is 100% safe around your family and pets.

How to get rid of rats DX610 electronic pest repeller

Get Rid Of Rats

Love this way of getting rid of rats because it treats the ENTIRE house or business

Commercial Strength

Use in your home, apartment, business, storage facility, restaurant, commercial building.

DX610 Rat Mouse Repeller

DX610 Highlights

  • Safe for Pets – dogs, cats, horses, birds, turtles

  • State of the art technology and design

  • Auto changing sound and frequency outputs

  • Covers up to 2500 SF per floor

  • Dynamic pulse sequences for added efficiency

  • More effective than single sound output products

  • Provides protection 24/7, 365 days a year

  • 100% Money Back Guaranty

How to Get Rid of Rats with Advanced Ultrasonic Technology

The DX610 utilizes advanced ultrasonic wave technology that emits high frequency sound waves well above the hearing range of humans. These sound waves are tuned specifically to be highly disruptive to the nervous system of rodents, mice, rats and other pests.

Note that our Electronic pest control product can be used safely in proximity to all of your electronic devices.

COVERAGE: One repeller covers an area of up to 2500 square feet per floor. We recommend placing units on EACH floor. This will ensure proper coverage of all the areas in your house or location. Garages, basements, and attics should be equipped with their own DX610’s. The better your coverage using electronic mouse repellents, the faster the rodents will leave your home. Rodents will search a quiet space for nesting so it is critical that there are NO quiet levels of your home for them to hide and nest.

Best Electronic Rat Repellent

Our customers love the DX610 and consider it to be one of the best ultrasonic rat repellers to get rid of rats in your home (attic, kitchen, basement, garage …. anywhere you have rats or mice). It’s great for getting rid of all kinds of household pests, not just rats and mice.

How to get rid of rats – Extra steps you can take now for rat and mice infestation problems.

  • Prune shrubs and trees so that the branches do not touch fences or hang down to the ground

  • Secure garbage in proper rodent-proof containers

  • Eliminating pathways like vines, tree branches and fences to reduce roof rat travel

  • Trimming and removing ground cover plants

  • Eliminating back vines growing on building and fences

  • Checking potential water sources that may attract rodents and get them repaired. Same applies to indoors.

  • Remove attractants such as pet foods (never leave uneaten pet food outside overnight),  bird feeders, and outside standing water. Since these rats usually require free water, especially  during hot, dry weather, any source of water can be a strong attractant.

  • Do not through meat, bones, grease, fish, or other food scraps into the compost pile

  • Rats often enter homes via pipes or utility wires or through garage doors that do not fit tightly

  • Seal any gaps or holes and previous rodent damage in your home must be repaired and protected from future attack. Use a strong material to fix gaps

  • Employ procedures that eliminate harborage

  • Build sheds on concrete slabs

  • Cover attic and foundation vents with 1/4-inch wire mesh or heavy wire screen and check periodically for rust and other damage