Do Rat Flaps Work?
To answer this let’s first help you with some facts about how rats enter your home. Rats need water and food to survive. Well, basically all living beings do, right? But rats need these in small portions all the time.
Rats can find all their basic necessities in our sewer systems. Food, water and shelter all in a single place. Once they find this comfort, they begin to grow in large numbers. Rats are extremely secretive in nature. But if they become visible to homeowners, consider that a large pack of rats is already in close proximity most probably, in their drains.
It is totally possible to remove drain rats from your sewer system. Act at their entry point by installing rat flaps for drains. By rat flap installation, you block drain rats by going further into your toilets or sink to your home. Rat flaps ensure the rats that are already in your house or drain leaves but never enter from outside again.
Stay assured that these rat flaps are meant to only block the rats not sewer waste. Rat flaps come with a non-return valve that allows free flow of waste and water from the inside, so you don’t have to worry about any blockage.