Foundation Vent Management in SW Missouri 


Closing entry holes in SpringfieldFoundation vents are another problematic area where wildlife animals tend to find their way into homes. Critter Control of SW Missouri will be sure to identify each problem area and install a vent or other exclusion material to keep animals out.

Ways we can block your home off from squirrels, birds, rodents, and other wildlife include the following: 

·      Screening foundation vents

·     Installing chimney caps and screens

·      Closing entry holes 

Benefits of a new foundation vent

Foundation vents are essential to keeping the air flowing in your SW Missouri home, but they can be an easy access point for curious critters like birds, squirrels, and mice.

Rodents have very sharp teeth, and if you don’t have the correct material covering your foundation vent, they will chew right through it. The experts at Critter Control of SW Missouri will ensure your foundation vent is covered with the correct vent cover.

If critters get into your foundation, they can cause quite a lot of damage. You may find your pipes chewed, foundation soiled, and new baby animals running around down there. While these problems are all fixable, the easiest thing to do is have the experts at Critter Control of SW Missouri seal your home up from unwelcome guests.

Closing Entry Holes

Animals, especially small ones like rodents and squirrels, can also enter your foundation through other small holes around your home, such as cracks in the mortar or gaps in your doors and windows. Critter Control of SW Missouri will evaluate your home for any of these possible entry points and seal them up to ensure your home is protected from any unwelcome visitors. 

It can be hard to identify all of the entry holes in your SW Missouri home, so the technicians at Critter Control of SW Missouri will be sure to seal everything up to prevent future damages. 

The technicians at Critter Control of SW Missouri are here to protect your home from critters. Call us today – 417.815.4476