Bats were hanging under the eaves. They are not a bad thing, but their droppings were collecting on the patio below. I was about to spend $1000 to have the soffits enclosed, but I wanted to try the Guardian first.
It worked. No signs of bat droppings since the installation. [The Guardian] got rid of the bats and saved me 1000 bucks. I also see that squirrels are taking a different route to collect walnuts on the ground in the same area. Now, if you can design something to repel stink bugs, you will be rich and famous.
Kudos to The Guardian and the people at Good Life!
To the squirrel repellers at Good Life… My wife bought me the Guardian for Christmas to keep the squirrels out of my tomato garden this spring. I have tried everything short of a Crossman 760 (air rifle). I was very skeptical of the Guardian. I placed a bird feeder on my front lawn full of delicious seeds and the Guardian about six feet away. Loaded with batteries the Guardian turned on was silent. I thought “this feeder is going to be empty in minutes.” Well, after three days and three nights the feeder was full and I did not see...
Within 2 days no more scratching in the walls.“Last week I decided to look into the ‘Riddex’ units advertised on TV, found your web site, and decided yours is the better product.”
The bats have not returned. Hooray!“I simply had to write you. While I purchased the Guardian for helping with some voracious squirrels, just this past week some bats got into the walls where squirrels had chewed a wooden panel below the soffit. I reset the Guardian to annoy the bats.”
PERFECT! Not one scratch.“Thanks. And I don't think there is anything wrong at all in your suggesting that more than one device might work better than just one.”
Not 1 roach!“This is the best thing since sliced bread!!”