Sonic Disruption is huge. I’ve seen it used countless times and not just in Star Trek. Sonic disruption technology applies the use of ultrasonics to cause disruption to matter. They’re often weapons that use sound to injure or kill and are therefore invaluable in pest control. A few years ago, a friend of mine had a large scale infestation of rats. He was devastated and started thinking about moving house, and living in a caravan. I told him to consider getting in pest control instead. He’s never regretted it.
Yale pest solved all of his problems in a matter of days. They arrived with all the sonic disruption tech and went to work, ridding the house of vermin. My friend was so happy with their quality customer service and thorough job. In addition, the way the technology works is fascinating. Sonic disruption tech sends high powered sound waves to destroy the eardrums of a target. These are the most powerful sound waves. The least powerful may cause the target to experience nausea. Sonic weapons like sonic grenades, sonic cannons, and sonic mines have been used by the military and police to control crowds.
For getting rid of pests, there are things called ultrasonic pest repellers, which you plug into the wall and it emits undetectable sound and then two weeks later, the pests are gone. It’s simple, clean, and effective.
How does ultrasound work?
Well, ultrasound waves have a higher frequency than what human ears can detect but pests such as mice and rats can hear this and are deterred from going any further. Ultrasound can have a detrimental effect on the pests, by raising body temperature or causing seizures. It’s more humane than maybe leaving poison out of torturous traps and it’s important to get this looked at by professionals. Connecticut is a clean place anyway but those pesky pets still get in and Yale Pest are there to take care of it.
These electronic devices emit short-wavelength, high-frequency sound waves and they are too high in pitch to be heard by people. We usually don’t hear frequencies that are higher than 20,000 Hz however insects, such as locusts and crickets can hear up to 100,000 Hz. Birds, on the other hand, are not able to hear ultrasound.
There have been many ultrasound wave studies that show how effective it is and if it’s good enough for the police and military, then it’s good enough for me. Technology never fails to amaze me and what better way to get rid of your pests and learn about science at the same time? The company yale pest control not only is a local, family company but also they will give you a free quote just so you know what you’re getting into. No bug is too big for them, as they cover cockroaches, ants, bed bugs, bees, wasps, hornets, ticks, termites, rodents, and squirrels. Whatever your deadly pest is, they got your back.
The best part about social disruption technology is it is a technology that won’t harm your pets, property, and the surrounding environment. You can rest easy, knowing your perfect pooch won’t be at any danger from these methods and Yale Pest control cares a lot about your environment. They take it seriously and put you and the health of your household above everything else. I dare you to find a better Connecticut based pest control. They’ve had countless good reviews and sonic disruption is cutting edge technology that has been adopted by many professional pest control companies and so if you need help in your house, give these guys a call.