Good Life® periodically conducts comparative research of other pest control products on the market, and we are often shocked to discover many pest repellants use hazardous chemicals and toxins that are dangerous to humans and family pets. While our pest repellers are safe, convenient and environmentally-friendly, a considerable amount of other pest control products are awkward to use and simply kill pests without preventing future pest problems. We do not recommend this type of temporary "fix".
We believe that to end your pest problems means stopping the problem at the source – and that means pest prevention as well as repelling. Our products drive away pests and continuously safeguard your home, office and outdoors so you never have to worry about pests again. Unfortunately most pest control products expect the customer to deal with poisonous substances, time-consuming traps and ineffective repelling methods. Here is our competition:
Insecticides – Toxin, Acid and Chemical Repellants: These hazardous types of pest repellers have a poisonous reaction with anything they come in contact with including food, water and living things. Using dangerous toxins inside the home places children and family pets at risk - with detrimental and/or lethal consequences. These “household” insecticides do not prevent future infestations and require frequent refills with stronger chemicals as pests build tolerances. Plus pest extermination is costly if you hire a company to do it and risky if you do it yourself.
Spray Repellants: Chemical prays pose the danger of exposing harmful toxins to the air where they can be inhaled by people– especially in an enclosed space like your home or office. Risks includ lung and brain damage as well as an unclean environment.
Liquid Repellants: Liquid repellants are not weather-proof. Rain can wash the toxins into your drinking water. Pets and curious children can confuse the insecticide with food. Wind can blow the repellant over where it's absorbed into the ground. Too risky.
Bait Repellants: Poisons intended to mimic food are extremely dangerous to pets and curious toddlers close to ground level. Your pet dog and young child cannot determine the difference between rat poison and a tasty tidbit.
Electronic Repellants: Most pest control products rarely use three different technologies for complete pest control. By relying on one or two techniques, pests living behind walls continue to breed.
Ultrasonic Repellants: Most ultrasonic pest controls use a single sound frequency to repel every animal in the area. This lack of pest distinction means everything within the ultrasonic range is driven away – including your dog or cat.
Scare Crow Devices: Whether it’s a quick blast of air or squirt of water, these devices require constant refilling and are motion sensitive – which means you might be the next target. Most small scare crows have a feeble repelling range.
Traps: Traps are a hit-and-miss technique. You have to set them up in a potential infestation area, dispose of the dead animal and constantly move them around.
Decoys: Decoys are also inconvenient and there's no guarantee they will work. You have to regularly change your decoy’s location to fool pests, and simply hope the fake "predator" will frighten away bothersome critters.