Home Outdoor Pest Control Devices Market Trends Growth, Analysis and Forecast to 2020

Technavio Announces the Publication of its Research Report Global Home Outdoor Pest Control Devices Market 2016-2020

Technavio recognizes the following companies as the key players in the global home outdoor pest control devices market: Bell Laboratories, Bird B Gone, Helen of Troy, Nixalite, and Thermacell.

Other Prominent Vendors in the market are: Bird-X, Flowtron Outdoor Products, J.T. Eaton, Pelsis, Spectrum Brands, The Big Cheese, Vermatik, WaxWorks, and Woodstream.

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Commenting on the report, an analyst from Technavios team said: Advancements in pest control devices will be a key trend for market growth. Advances in technology have resulted in the development of safer, easy-to-use, and more effective home outdoor pest control devices. For instance, nowadays, many advanced home outdoor pest control devices are available with features like adjustable frequency (for sonic devices), larger coverage capacity, and cordless devices that can be placed easily in the desired location.”

According to the report, preference for non-toxic products will be a key driver for market growth. Consumers nowadays are more conscious about the risks of using toxic substances and are inclined toward the use of humane pest-control methods. In October 2015, the Healthy Lawns Act was passed in Montgomery County, Maryland, US, to restrict the use of lawn-and-garden pesticides on public and private properties. This law has been implemented on all county-owned properties like lawns, playgrounds, mulched recreation areas, and children's facilities from July 2016 and will be applicable on all private grounds from January 2018.

Further, the report states that easy availability of substitutes will be a challenge for the market. Despite the growing awareness of deadly diseases caused and spread by pests, many potential consumers are reluctant to...