Wonder How To Get Rid Of Mice? Rodents, Chipmunks, & Squirrels Stay Out Of Your Attic With Kritter Caps®
Are you concerned about mice, squirrels and other rodents getting into your home? An open corner post is an open invitation... directly into your attic! Rodents can cause thousands of dollars of damage by chewing on household wiring, nesting in insulation and causing unwanted odors.
Want the best mouse trap without resorting to mouse poison? Then protect your home with Kritter Caps®.
Kritter Caps® also keeps snakes out of the attic as well!
If you have vinyl siding on your home you need to close the entrance door that mice use. You ask where is the door? Well, the door is at the bottom of the outside corners of your home. The corner piece is called the “corner post” and it is an open runway for mice to go directly into your attic.
Take a flashlight and use a small mirror to look up into each corner post on your house. You should see no obstructions all the way up. This is how mice, rodents and insects get into your attic. This is why Kritter Caps® were invented – to close this door and entry way into your attic/cellar.
PROTECT YOUR HOUSE
FROM THESE TYPES OF PESTS
Stop Mice & Rats
An open corner posts give mice and rodents direct access to your attic. Scratching in the night is an indication that you have mice in the attic. Mice chew on wires causing unsafe wiring. Mice leave lots of droppings and urine which causes odor and ceiling spots. Did you know that mice and rats chew on the wiring because the wire jacket can contain vegetable oils?Patents allowing vegetable oils to be added to PVC polymers
Stop Bees & Hornets
Insect infestation is a serious concern for many home owners. It can be very destructive and costly to correct. The Kritter Caps® can help prevent a variety of insects, such as bees and wasps from entering your corner post and establishing nest sites in your home. Our corner post inserts will save you money , time and the hassle of fixing other forms of damage repair. They’re so cost effective, YOU CAN’T AFFORD NOT TO PROTECT YOUR HOME!
Chipmunks nest in attics because it is great shelter and plentiful sources of food. Since they spread around their urine and feces, chipmunks expose house residents to unpleasant smells and various diseases. Chipmunks can also gnaw on wooden beams, insulation, and wires. This can cause structural issues and increase the risk of electrical fire. Stop them from ever entering the attic with the Kritter Cap® .
Snakes in the attic are the "SILENT INTRUDER" that many people are unaware of. Snakes will occupy a home for food and shelter as the main reason with food being THE REASON the snakes are there. So with every snake in the attic, there is a rodent problem that will go right along with it. Snakes can't be stopped by many usual pest control solutions. The only thing that can positively stop snakes from going up through the corner post of your house is Kritter Caps®.
Hi, my name is John Stouffer
My product is called the Kritter-Cap®.
Kritter-Cap® is designed to fit inside of the corner post of a vinyl sided home. These corner posts are not sealed and generally they are open to the attic, which can allow mice, bees, wasps, hornets, small squirrels, snakes and other rodents direct access to the attic.
They also make a safe hiding place for gophers and chipmunks, which dogs love to chase and will not hesitate to chew the corner post in an attempt to get that pesky critter.
We are very proud to support US business. Our products, from drawings to end including the molds, etc. are all USA produced. This causes our pricing to be a little on the high side, but the end results are high quality, dependable and time tested products.
Stouffer Technologies, Inc. considered SAFETY as
the #1 priority when designing the Kritter Cap®.
Kritter Cap® is engineered to fit firmly in place and positively stay secure for many years.
Steel wool rusts. It deteriorates leaving rusty metal particles which is a hazard to small pets.
Foam seals the corner post, so it can't breathe, causing condensation to accumulate.
Wire mesh can many times be pulled out by squirrels.
Glue traps when placed outside are a hazard to small birds.