Anticimex SMART: Eco-Friendly Mouse Control for Your Home
Game-Changing Pest Control For Your Home
More than 4,400 patents have been issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for new mousetraps, which makes them the most frequently invented device in U.S. history. Recently, Anticimex SMART technology arrived in the U.S. and will be available to Viking Pest Control customers today! This game-changing technology is here to disrupt the industry with non-invasive, non-toxic, hands-free monitoring.
What is Anticimex SMART?
Anticimex SMART is an intelligent, environmentally-friendly pest control system that keeps an eye on mice activity, unlike anything currently on the market. Anticimex SMART operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, providing you peace of mind to store valuables and heirlooms anywhere in your New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, or Pennsylvania home. It predicts and prevents costly mouse infestations as it tracks any pest activity. Many aspects of life are “smart” these days. Your phone, your doorbell, your heating system, your garage door. So why not smart pest control? 24-Hour Monitoring, 24/7 Mouse Prevention. Now that’s SMART.
- SMART technology monitors your home 24/7.
- All setup and pest removal are done by service professionals.
- Safe and environmentally friendly.
Intelligent Pest Control is Now Available for Viking’s Residential Customers
Anticimex SMART technology might be new to some of Viking’s Customers, but it’s a tried-and-true mouse control solution that has been used globally and is now available to Viking’s residential customers throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware. The proprietary Anticimex SMART technology can only be used by Anticimex companies like Viking Pest Control. By adding SMART Pest Control to your home, you’ll be one of the first to take advantage of this cutting-edge technology.
Here’s What You Need to Know
- Worldwide, rats and mice spread over 35 diseases. These diseases can be spread to humans directly, through the handling of rodents, through contact with rodent feces, urine, or saliva, or through rodent bites. Diseases carried by rodents can also be spread to humans indirectly, through ticks, mites, or fleas that have fed on an infected rodent.
- A female mouse can have up to 15 litters in one year and can get pregnant again 24 hours after giving birth. For one mouse, the average litter size is 10-12. They can start to reproduce at only six weeks of age, so it doesn’t take long for a few mice to create an infestation.
- In fact, up to 20% of undetermined fires in the U.S. are believed to be started by rodent damage.