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MouseMesh Air Brick Covers

WM135-BR - Mouse Mesh Small Air Brick Cover - Brown
£7.80 Each inc. vat
WM135-BL - Mouse Mesh Small Air Brick Cover - Black
£7.80 Each inc. vat
WM135-W - Mouse Mesh Small Air Brick Cover - White
£7.80 Each inc. vat
WM137-BR - Mouse Mesh Medium Air Brick Cover - Brown
£10.20 Each inc. vat
WM137-BL - Mouse Mesh Medium Air Brick Cover - Black
£10.20 Each inc. vat
WM137-W - Mouse Mesh Medium Air Brick Cover - White
£10.20 Each inc. vat
WM138-BR - Mouse Mesh Large Air Brick Cover - Brown
£12.60 Each inc. vat
WM138-BL - Mouse Mesh Large Air Brick Cover - Black
£12.60 Each inc. vat
WM138-W - Mouse Mesh Large Air Brick Cover - White
£12.60 Each inc. vat

Specification

Sizes:

Small (245mm x 95mm)

Medium (245mm x 170mm)

Large (245mm x 245mm)

2mm mesh size

Plastic frame

Mousemesh provides a unique approach to pest control. This preventative approach will get rid of mice by stopping the mouse from entering your property in the first place.

This easy to fit, cost effective product can be fitted over existing air brick vents with no interruption to airflow. This easy-to-fit product has a robust ABS frame with a stainless steel mesh insert and is fixed via the screw guide holes at the front.

Usage

Important Notice:

Mousemesh grills must not be used to cover air vents which are being used for the ventilation of gas appliances. The mesh may become blocked with dust, leaves, dirt etc which would restrict or even block air flow and increase the risk of the carbon monoxide poisoning.

MouseMesh covers can be glued or screwed into position

During the warmer months, common house mice are content to live outdoors, munching on cereal grains and seeds. But at the first sign of a cold snap they`ll scamper towards the comforts of the nearest human dwelling and find their way in.

Once there, they will nibble at (but not necessarily consume) practically anything they can get their tiny teeth on, including lead, rubber, plastic and even some forms of concrete. This is because they have to gnaw all the time to keep their ever growing incisors trimmed to the right length. It's this gnawing, along with a relatively soft scull and an already slender, flexible body that allows the mouse to get through improbably small holes. The process that will permanently get rid of mice will involve sealing quite small holes in your property and of course the air brick is a favourite entry place for these tiny creatures.

Any openings in your home that are wider than 6mm (a quarter of an inch) and you're in trouble. Through a combination of squeezing and nibbling, the mice could well be moving in. And remember, to, that the resourceful mouse can also jump 46 centimetres (18 inches) vertically, swim, happily travel upside down and climb up pretty much anything.

How to Fix MouseMesh to your Brickwork

There are two main methods of fixing MouseMesh airbrick grills:

1) Glue Mouse Mesh with Silirub N adhesive use a cartridge / frame gun SEE RELATED PRODUCTS, brush off, or wash away any dirt, moss or loose brick and allow to dry, do not remove hole covers at corners of Mouse Mesh frame apply a continuous bead of adhesive, about 6mm in diameter, around the back edge of the frame.

Gently push the frame into place ensuring that the glue is sufficient to bond to the brick around the whole edge - make sure that you place the Mousemesh the right way up - the text "DO NOT BLOCK THIS VENTILATOR" should be readable at the bottom left of the Mousemesh when in place.

Leave Mouse Mesh grill undisturbed whilst glue cures - 24 hours will usually give a cure depth of about 1.5mm Glue coverage: One standard cartridge of adhesive should be sufficient for approximately: 12 small Mouse Mesh grills, 10 medium Mouse Mesh grills & 8 large Mouse Mesh grills

2) Screwing the Mouse Mesh into place

Please note that our ABS range does not come with screws use four brass or stainless steel round head screws approximately gauge 6 by 1.5 inches - but please check head size as manufacturers sizes may vary. Alternatively use No 4 gauge.

Remove screw caps at corners of Mouse Mesh by pushing from the back with a small screw driver mark through holes onto brickwork drill out holes with masonry drill push plastic raw plugs into holes flush with surface of walls attach Mouse Mesh applying reasonable pressure to screws but avoiding over tightening which may damage the grill push screw caps back into place.

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