It won't take long; depending on the size and gravity of the infestation, it may take a few days to solve the problem completely, but it will start to work immediately and you will definitely get rid of bed bugs in 72 hours. Ultrasonic Pest Repeller is so effective that the manufacturers offer a money back guarantee.
Bed Bugs Not Repelled by Ultrasonic Devices. A sound arena was created for each ultrasonic device, in addition to a control arena which featured no sound. However, the authors found that there were no significant differences in the number of bed bugs observed in the control (no sound) and sound arenas, and that bed bugs were neither deterred nor attracted to the arena with the sound device.
There are reports that Adoric's electronic repeller won't work very well against small bugs, and some customers complain of no effect on ants, roaches and other pests after trying this device, while others say it works like a charm and gets rid of the pests right away.
Ultrasonic is a term that applies to all the sound waves emitted at a frequency above of 20,000Hz and it might have multiple applications, the pest-control is among them because most bugs, insects and animals can hear very well into the ultrasonic range.
Ultrasonic Bed Bug Devices are Useless. FAIRFAX, Va. (December 11, 2012) - New research in the Journal of Economic Entomologyshows that ultrasonic devices won't keep bed bugs at bay, according to WebMD.com.Michael Potter, an entomologist at the University of Kentucky in Lexington said that the results are not surprising, but they are proof that yet another product claiming it will repel
The eHouse Ultrasonic Pest Repeller comes with a lifetime guarantee and warranty, so people who aren't satisfied with the product can receive a new one or a refund. The device can protect an area of 1600 sq. ft. and requires a supply voltage of 100-240V, AC 50/60Hz.