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Bird-X Offers an Indoor Laser Bird Repellent Device

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Bird BLazer uses fat-beam laser technology to make large indoor areas inhospitable to pest birds.

| February 8, 2012

 

CHICAGO - Electronic devices, including the Bird BLazer from Bird-X, provide pest control professionals far-reaching solutions for challenging indoor and outdoor environments.

Electronic bird control devices use the pests’ natural instincts to teach them to stay away for good. The Bird BLazer from Bird-X is the world’s first indoor laser bird repellent device. It uses fat-beam laser technology to make large indoor areas inhospitable to pest birds. Sonic and ultrasonic devices are also extremely effective – they broadcast natural bird distress calls, predator cries and/or high-frequency sound waves that frighten and repel pest birds, conditioning them to avoid an area for good.

Electronic bird repellents can be combined with barrier solutions like bird spikes and bird netting for a higher probability of success.

For more information visit www.bird-x.com.

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