Marten bites: Better safe than sorry – not all insurance policies cover marten damage. Marten tracks on your car? It’s time to act quickly. If a stone marten has decided to hide out in your car, this could be dangerous when parking in far-flung areas. Animals of the same species recognise the scent marks of local members of their own species and will immediately defend their territory.
Male stone martens can become particularly aggressive, biting hoses and cables. They may also tear apart the insulation material under the bonnet as a demonstration of their dominance. Consequential damage from marten bites is serious. Marten damage has already caused the electronics to fail in plenty of cars, or resulted in small fires caused by destroyed insulation material, which can catch fire when it comes into contact with hot engine parts. Oftentimes, the car must simply be towed to the nearest garage. Repair costs can run high, as the bitten hoses and cables need to be replaced and the new ones encased in a sheath as a form of marten protection. The engine also needs to be washed or cleaned with the STOP&GO marten odour remover to completely remove the marten’s scent marks and prevent any further marten damage.
Put a stop to expensive marten bite repair costs! Prevent martens from biting in the first place! The double contact plate from STOP&GO creates small electric shocks to prevent almost 100% of marten damage. This marten repellent is animal-friendly and does not injure the animal.
Marten damage in your house? The cat-like stone marten is a very strong climbing expert. It can deftly climb up house walls and effortlessly brush aside roof tiles. In their territories of up to 210 hectares, they’ll easily find a place to hide without a problem. House martens will feel right at home in your attic, and may even produce up to 5 kits there, which you won’t fail to notice when they start whimpering and screeching.
Martens in the home can be a real nuisance due to their clattering about. Not only that, they can bring in waste and rotting carcasses, which are unhygienic and smell very unpleasant. Martens are unhygienic pests, but only experts are permitted to catch or kill stone martens. The little rascal which loves to bite through tubes and hoses is protected by hunting laws.
Our STOP&GO product range includes marten repellents that work in all settings and in various ways, from scented products to electronic devices to mechanical protection. The battery-operated marten repellent devices can be positioned freely in homes and outdoors.
Avoid high heating costs due to marten damage to your insulation. Prevent mildew from forming in your attic and avoid the cost of removing marten waste.
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