Shed


Many sheds are not sealed up well enough to keep rats and mice out. Rats and mice can squeeze through extremely small openings and take up residence in your shed. Rats in your shed can damage stored items, and also pose a health risk if you come in contact with rodent droppings or urine.

signs of rats/mice in the shed include:

  • rodent droppings
  • rodent tracks may be visible on dusty surfaces
  • materials with visible bite marks from gnawing
  • gnawing on wiring
  • grease marks on walls, etc. from the natural oils on fur
  • stench from rat/mice urine that smells like ammonia
  • nesting debris such as piles of light material such as paper, lint and insulation

Where to Install the A24 Automatic Rat and Mouse trap

Good choices for trap installation:

  • around the perimeter of the shed
  • corners inside the shed
  • walls behind of shelves

Tips for keeping rats and mice out of your shed:

  • Plug any holes and keep your shed well sealed
  • Keep any stored animal food or bird seed in a tightly-sealed spill proof container
  • Don’t leave anything in the shed rats and mice may want to tear up for nesting
  • Don’t leave food sources available
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