Protect Power Lines and Substations with Critter Guard's Line and Pole Guards
Located in Columbia, MO, Critter Guard is a humane wildlife control product developer specializing in protecting electric power and communication lines, transformers, switches, and substations for utility companies and homeowners across the United States and international markets. Animal related power outages cost billions of dollars in damages each year in the United States, and are one of the most common causes of outages internationally. With this in mind, we created products specifically designed to humanely deter squirrels and other animals (i.e., critters) from accessing electric power and data communication lines, substations, and transformers resulting in reduced loss of life for animals while keeping power and/or information flowing safely.
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With animals causing such a large portion of power outages in the United States and international markets, we at Critter Guard understand having a robust high-quality animal mitigation product is necessary to keeping the power on. Covering both utility pole and power and communication line access, our Pole Guard and Line Guard products are designed specifically to mitigate damage and reduce costs from animal related power outages. If you’re interested in how our Pole Guard and Line Guard products are utilized by power companies across the United States (and many international utilities as well) to prevent rodent related outages, contact us today to learn how we can help!
At Critter Guard, we understand the importance of protecting your powerlines by offering humane deterrents for squirrels, rodents, raptors, and other pests from gaining access to powerlines, substations and transformers. If you are a homeowner or small business owner interested in preventing squirrels from entering your home or attic, click here, or if you work with the electric power, cable television, or data communications industry and have technical or commercial questions, feel free to contact us today to learn more.