Frequently Asked Questions

I saw on Facebook, Google & Youtube I just need to seal the area the pests are coming in at. Why are you selling the total home seal up?

With some builders you have numerous gaps and with rodents they can get into spots we don’t realize they can without a trained eye for this you may not know until it’s to late and damages happen. Spot sealing only covers up to 3 spots with no warranty, with this said your could have far more than this. The rodents once locked out or sealed out they understand this as home and will search until they find one of the other gaps, if the hole is not big enough they will chew and cause damages, or get into a area not heard and wreck havoc by chewing wires, duct work, and much more. Spot seals is short term at best, long term you have to hit current and future entry areas to eliminate them coming back.

How much damages can one rodent cause if I just used the cheapest solution?

Well over time, once they gain access they may get into a area of the home that you can’t  hear them moving around or scratching.

Here are a few examples,:

Client 4 years ago had  duct work damages. he had no idea rodents had been back until the ac guy came in to do a routine service. Squirrels had chewed through his duct casuing major damages to the tune of $10,575. They also contaminated all the ducts to every other room in the home.


Also, 20%-30%  of home fires have been caused by rodents chewing.

Flyers cause urine stains  that can run down walls, cabinets, and on to drywall and ceilings.


This is not something I would try to bandaid fix!

When "Sealing" the ridge vents or metal ridge caps will my attic be able to breathe still?

Yes, both metal and shingle way of saying seal means to seal the rodents out of your home. Both our products for each one has small holes that still allow air to pass through and don’t jeopardize anything involving venting.

When sealing the ridge bent, can it cause leaks because your using screws to hold the material down?

No, the screws used is the same screws but longer than the metal roof screws. It has a rubber washer with a metal washer over top. When the rubber washer gets pressure it starts to expand covering the holes. The metal washer protects but covering the rubber to not allow weathering to happen. We also add sealant to each screw to ensure proper seal from water.

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