There’s a rat in my kitchen! What am I gonna do!?
Everyone knows the problem of rats, mice and squirrels in loft insulation. One invests in expensive roof protection only to find that it becomes a haven for rodents who use it for shelter, food and reproduction facilities. The damage can be immence from dirt and distruction, disease exposure and lice infestation to flooding and even fire damage when pipes and cables are attacked. So what can be done to prevent such negative experiences?
The World is changing to the use of more environmental methods to control vermin, insects and animals. We no longer wish to kill other living creatures, be they snails, cockroaches, pigeons or rodents. We simply want them to stay away from our property or assets.
Innovations using the secrets of Nature herself, mated with advanced instrumentation and knowledge in and around nanotechnology are opening the doors to numerous new products that simply drive away rodents, insects, birds and snails. Indeed flowers over millennia have developed numerous techniques to protect themselves. We know that herbs such as dill flower protect against insects and perhaps your grandmother will know that chestnuts defend against spiders. Some old truths from yesterday can be very reveling when ingredients are subject to micro and subatomic investigation.
Almost every insect, slug and bug, every animal from salamanders to mammal can be influenced and minipullated by aroma and key intrinsic chemistry at the atomic level. One needs to simply know which coating to stablise the physics within which such micro forces operate. It is astonishing to learn that the use of specific plants to repel insects like mosquitoes were in used 77 000 years ago by our ancient ancestors! It is time now to deploy the wisdom of Nature again, using environmental methods and solutions that protect life and civilisation.
Once the problem to be identified are established, be that rodent repellents or bird deterrents, it is a simply case then to create a fluid or gel that can be applied to the coating of the material to be protected. This can be applied at the factory end where complex functionality are embedded or indeed, in regard to foam and fiberglass insulation, retrospectively applied using modern sprayer tools.
We have resources and skillsets to create these products and will be holding a number of trials over the next six months for stakeholders interested in testing these solutions themselves. We want you to tell us just how good they are.
Please contact us below for more details of sample trial packs.
+4420 3287 9234