I should send you some pictures of the holes a Gila Woodpecker has pecked into the siding on our house over the last several months. There are 2 huge holes and 2 or 3 smaller ones that have been started. I installed the Attack Spider the day it arrived, and the Woodpecker has been scared away within a couple seconds of landing on the siding. No more pecking holes in our house. I’m sure he’s now off telling all the other woodpeckers of the “GIANT” spider that nearly got him the other day. This thing is FANTASTIC. It reacts quickly to any disturbance and would probably scare any animal or bird away. Our dog freaked out when I was testing it in the kitchen. When warmer weather arrives up at our cabin in Torreon in Show Low (elevation 6,600 ft in the White Mountains), several bats start roosting in 2 or 3 areas of the 18 ft high eaves and peaks of our cabin. They leave a disgusting mess on the windows, screens, walls and porches. We’ve tried those sonic emitters, but they don’t work unless they are real close to the problem area, so I’ll be ordering 2 or 3 more spiders to put up there to get rid of them. I’ll be passing the word about your “Attack Spider” around to other cabin owners there with a bat problem. I’m sure there are quite a few people there who would want to have such an easy solution to such a nasty problem. Most “cabins” there are in the $400-900K range, so the owners certainly don’t like bats making such a mess. I may try to get a notice put in the Torreon Golf Club Newsletter so the word gets out to everyone there. Thanks for such a fantastic product.
Thanks for such a fantastic product.
Phoenix, Arizona and Torreon/Show Low, Arizona
July 31, 2017