Installation was easy but mice bit the metal guard made a hole on it and continued to come in.
Expert response: Thank you for your review. We apologize you have had this experience. We have contacted the manufacturer and their response was that to their knowledge or experience they have not come across a metal eating mouse yet, but stranger things have happened. They would like to have a picture of the critter and the damaged Rodent guard if at all possible. If you would like to have another door sent to you as a replacement we would be more than happy to send you one for free. If you have any other questions please let us know by emailing in return or by giving us a call at 866-581-7378.
Got for garage door hoping to keep out rodents they are still getting in . We emptied out garage and cleaned and had traps set to make sure all gone before these were placed on. Still getting mice in luckily we bought traps also. Other wish is they offered these taller (maybe would work better) and in black so don’t stand out and you have to paint .
The tape will not hold up very well for long. The price should be lower. If I had known what they were like, I would have gone to Lowe’s and bought something similar to metal flashing and made my own rodent guard for the bottom corners of the outside of my garage door.
It installs easy. However the metal part pulls the rubber seal above it away from the garage door. It creates a space that other insects and spiders can enter. I tried putting adhesive foam strips on the gaps that these metal strips create. But there is really no fix. It is amazing how much these stop the seal from making contact with the garage door. Yes I still get mice in my garage from squeezing in above these metal strips. I have also caulked the bottom of these metal strips tight at the bottom where it meets the concrete. Still no fix on closing the gap above these.