Do your plug-in pest control devices work?
Yes. Green Shield is a humane pest control device that does what it says: it controls pests. In most cases it will flush them out of your building. However, that being said, there may be factors in your home that mean they might not be as effective as other homes, such as ones with thick stone or wet walls, or where your socket is located compared to where the pests are. But our 60 day money back guarantee means you can try it for only the cost of the postage.
Does the field interfere with computers or other appliances?
Are Green Shield devices sonic?
No. Our devices are electromagnetic, not sonic. And our technology is patented.
Will I ever see another pest after plugging the Green Shield in?
Yes, you might. A new one might come in looking for food, especially if you’ve left some out in a place where they can get at it. But if they are in the field for enough time, they won’t hang around and they won’t look for somewhere to nest. They’ll soon leave, going out the same way they came in.
What guarantee do you offer?
You have a free one year manufacturer’s guarantee from the date you purchased the Green Shield. If it stops working in that time, send it to us with your receipt and we’ll replace it, no quibbles. And if you are unhappy with the devices’ effect on your infestation within 60 days of purchase, you can return the units for a refund, less the cost of the postage.
Should I leave it plugged in all the time?
Ideally, yes. It won’t hurt to unplug it for short periods, but don’t be tempted to switch it off while you go off on holiday, for example. Pests are constantly looking for food and nesting locations.
Doesn’t it use a lot of electricity?
No, not really. About the same amount as a nightlight.
Does it affect pacemakers?
If you or someone in your household uses a pacemaker, follow the same advice that your doctor has given you regarding any electrical devices. The unit complies with CE regulations.
Can I use a Green Shield unit outside?
No, probably not. Electricity and water don’t get on together, so in an exposed position it would soon fail. And outdoors is a big area to cover, so rodents can come and go through the magnetic field without feeling the effect. If it was in a shed or garage then it should work.