You may appreciate these openings in your roof to vent the humidity and hot air that can build up there. But in case you didn't know the wildlife appreciate these openings too. It is not uncommon for raccoons, squirrels, gray squirrels and others to rip away the mosquito netting and enter your home.
Prevent animal access to your roof and attic before you have a problem. We Stainless Steel Screens. (Not to be used on Chimneys, For chimney caps click Click here
Sturdy 1/2" x 1/2" 16 gauge galvanized welded wire.
We received one e-mail which asked: "Can roof vent screen to be used on wood shingle roof? "
We didn't know the answer to this excellent question but here are some answers we did get:
Now we are NOT sure if either of these answers are correct. We would still strongly suggest consulting with a roofer. If anyone has an aswer to this question, we would love to hear it. Just drop us an e-mail. email@example.com.
Warning: Screening some vents like bathroom, kitchen, dryer and other exhaust vents may be illegal in your state. We have learned that Ohio doesn't allow the screening of bathroom vents with anything but a flap valve. Make sure you check relevant codes before screening.
Off-Line Ordering Information
While we encourage the use of our secure on-line ordering system. We understand how some of our customers have concerns with on-line credit card purchases prefer to pay with money orders etc. For those of you who wish not to use on-line ordering please follow the instructions below.
To determine the total cost of the purchase please follow these steps.
1. Click the purchase online link of the product you wish to purchase. (Don't worry you will cancel before the transaction is complete).
2. You will be taken to the Miva Secure Server. Put the number of the items you want in the Quantity form. Then Click Add to Basket. The page will reappear. Then click in the upper right hand corner "Checkout"
3. You will be asked if you want to create an account. Simply click "Place Order Without Account". Then type in whatever you want for your name, street address, phone number and e-mail. Just be sure that with your fake e-mail you set it up as firstname.lastname@example.org. The computer doesn't know if it is a real address or not. But it does recognize if it isn't set up properly.
4. Type in the correct City and State and Zip Code. This information is used by the computer to determine shipping costs.
5. Click "Continue". When you submit the information, (most of which is fake) you will be forwarded to a page that gives you options for shipping. In the shipping section, click the arrow. A form will come up that will list the prices of the various ways you can have the product shipped to you.
6. Click "Continue" and you will be forwarded to a page that will total the cost of the product and shipping. At this point, simply leave the site or turn off your browser. Note you have not put in your credit card number or even your full address. You can now send a money order to our address below. Or if you wanted to fax or call in your order, you will know what the total cost of the item(s) will be.
Disclaimer: WDC seeks to provide accurate, effective and responsible information on resolving human/wildlife conflicts. We welcome suggestions, criticisms to help us achieve this goal. The information provided is for informational purposes only and users of the information use it at their own risk. The reader must consult state/federal officials to determine the legality of any technique in the reader's locale. Some techniques are dangerous to the user and to others. WDC encourages readers to obtain appropriate training (see our informational literature at our Store ), and understand that proper animal damage control involves patience, understanding that not every technique/method works for every situation or even 100% of the time. Your use of this information is governed by this understanding. We welcome potential users of the information and photos to simply ask for permission via e-mail. Finally, WDC welcomes e-mail but understand that all e-mails become property of Wildlife Damage Control.