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Master Geek


# 183729 28-Oct-2015 06:37
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Morning Geekzoners,

Was looking at my house on the weekend thinking about how best to clean the brick and wondered about all the weep holes.
I understand the purpose of these, but at the same time thought about how these might be a point of ingress for insects and or mice.
Found this product from Aus, Weepguard.

I've had a look and I don't think it can be purchased from within NZ, does anybody have any advice about an alternative or whether I'm wasting my time installing something like this?

Cheers

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  # 1415176 28-Oct-2015 06:42
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  # 1415179 28-Oct-2015 06:58
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Cheers Kiwi, although judging from the video these need to be installed during the bricklaying and rendering. After something which can be retrofitted to existing brick work.

Edit *Doh, just saw the Pest Stoppa's bud. Will take a look at those, thanks*

 
 
 
 


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  # 1415180 28-Oct-2015 07:00
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Lally: Cheers Kiwi, although judging from the video these need to be installed during the bricklaying and rendering. After something which can be retrofitted to existing brick work.


Keep reading, http://www.weepa.com.au/products/protector-weep-hole-screens/

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