Where Plastic & Mesh will fail

Rid-O-Mice Prevails

Stop Mice in the walls

Do The Job Right
The First Time!

Protect Your Home
The Safe Way

weep hole cover

Stainless Steel Stands Up To
Mice & The Elements

Mice In the Walls

Stops Mice and pests from entering your home - ventilation and drainage maintained.

Best Mouse Control


North American building standards require installation of weep holes for moisture control purposes.


A Weep hole is an empty space inbetween two bricks in your exterior wall.

Open to the elements these holes become walkways for mice and other pests. Thus mice in the walls.

Weep holes leave an unfinished or unsightly look often disturbing to home owners.


Strong Stainless Spring Steel inserts are the universal solution providing flexibility, ease of fit, no tools necessary, discreet look and Best Mouse Control.

The Solution:

Rid-O-Mice weep hole barrier inserts - Mouse in the house and Mice in the Walls be gone. 

When you begin understanding a mouse’s world these nuisance pests will astound you with their special set of skills allowing them to completely infiltrate and infest your home. Once you know the signs to look for only then do you have a fighting chance to get rid of mice from your home.

Mouse Poisons don’t do the job completely and here is why – mice reproduce too quickly and leave urine and pheromone trails so new mice show up shortly after they are gone. Mice population in your home is determined by amount of space available and food sources. As long as you have these you will have a never ending cycle. This is because mice fit through spaces no wider than their nose or ¼ inch. They flatten out and pass through tiny spaces with ease.

What about repelling the mice with mothballs, ultrasonic sounds, flickering lights, different smells and odors, peppermint and drastic coyote urine? You may get a small success with these techniques but certainly will not solve the problem of mice in the walls. And if anything these devices will likely annoy you more than the mice.  Your house mice know that leaving a safe wall space, basement or attic means a shortened life so they stay put.