Protect Power Lines and Substations with Critter Guard's Line Guard and Pole Guard
Located in Mulvane, KS, 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.
Critter Guard’s Pole Guard
Acting as a barrier to prevent animals from gaining access to power lines and substations via utility/power poles, Pole Guard is a popular product for deterring squirrels and other animals for power companies as well as the homeowner. While not interfering with routine powerline maintenance, Pole Guard prevents animals from climbing the pole and getting access to the pole-mounted equipment, such as transformers and connectors, and ultimately the electric powerlines, (or communication lines), substations, and other critical power equipment. Contact us, or continue browsing our website, to learn more about how Critter Guard’s Pole Guard can deter squirrels and rodents from reaching overhead powerlines near you today!
Critter Guard’s Line Guard
Line Guard acts as a barrier to stop animals such squirrels, rats, rodents, snakes, sloths, and even monkeys, from running across the electric powerlines and data lines and gaining access to live switches, transformers, and substations. Additionally, Line Guard is a great deterrent to squirrels and rodents getting into your home’s attic and causing additional damage to your property, as well as possible power outages. Contact us to learn more about how Line Guard can limit animals’ access to power lines!
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