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  1. General DIY Discussions
    I have seen signs that I might have mice in my attic. Noises in the attic are worrying & can be an indication that rodents or other wildlife may be living in your roof. Attics are ideal environments for rodents, who destroy stored items by gnawing. Can anyone suggests to me what to do if I found...
  2. Pest Control
    Our house was built in early 80's on concrete foundation. I started remodel in main bathroom. Tore out the old vanity to replace with new one only to discover that right side of old vanity provided plumbing access to tub/shower surround. I bought a smaller vanity and made a new wood panel to...
  3. Building & Construction
    First post, been looking all across Google for the answer but no avail. So I'm leaving it to the DIY experts here! I live in central NC on a house with a crawl build in 1994. There is a foul odor that is in our garage smells kinda like sour milk. Its sour but sometimes sickly sweet. Very...
  4. Insulation
    I am currently deciding between bids to insulate my crawlspace. I am planning to get the pest work (rodents removal and sealing gaps) done through a company that is separate from my crawlspace insulation company. However, one of the companies doing bids has said that doing rodents removal and...
  5. Pest Control
    Hello guys! The pest control confirmed rodent activity at our building (San Diego, CA), and recommended to set up bait boxes to service, and quoted us 35$ every other month., and this would be an ONGOING service. He mentioned that since the building is old (built in 1960),another solution would...
  6. Pest Control
    We have just bought a 10 year old home in Stockton, California. The inspector observed rodent droppings in the garage and in the attic. There are a lot of spider webs outside the home (a few inside) on the walls and bushes/plants. There is an apple, a peach and an orange tree in the backyard...
  7. HVAC
    How do you keep mice from entering the furnace combustion area, where they die and corrupt the air space around the furnace With a 90% plus gas furnace, mice enter through the outside air inlet. This inlet is integrated with the combustion air exhaust. Exhaust out the center and fresh air in...
  8. Pest Control
    ARGH! I had a huge post written about my rodent problem and it's gone! Long story short, pests in my house, think they are rats & mice, possibly squirrels, noises at night, smells bad in house, losing sleep, concerned about health and damage to air ducts, wiring, etc, not enough room in attic...
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