Pestplug has many uses…here are a few applications shared by our customers and other uses to keep rodents and insects out!

Picture1Between sections on Pre-cast concrete walls to keep rodents / insects out of poultry farms
Picture2In and around electrical cabinets and where mice or insects may enter.
shutterstock_148259795Around Pipes and Cables to keep rodents from entering conduit and chewing on insulation jackets.
Picture4In warehouses / storage facilities to keep rodents out of food, etc
Picture5Pestplug stuffed inside outside conduit pipes to keep mice / rats from chewing electrical insulation or burrowing inside buildings.
Picture6Safeguard your home from rodents that commonly enter through foundation gaps and cracks, weep holes, air vents, beneath roofing tiles, and points where electrical, water, gas, sewer and HVAC lines.
Picture7Lightly fill weep holes to keep scorpions, lizards and insects out while still letting moisture / water to exit.
Picture8Pestplug installed around electrical lines that enter the home...also fill with caulk or spray foam for a weathertight seal.
Picture9Seal the bottom edge of metal building doors during.
Picture10Pestplug used to fill gaps in concrete blocks to keep rodents from burrowing inside buildings.
Picture11Use Pestplug to keep pests out of your RV or travel trailer that may enter through slide out rails, gaps around pipes or electrical lines.
Picture12If you can see daylight and the seal around your door, then more than likely mice & rats are entering through here...plug with Pestplug for a quick solution!
Picture13Plug gaps in tiled roofs to keep mice and bats out of your home.
Picture14Wrap Pestplug around pipes and electrical lines to keep pests out of buildings.
Picture15Use Pestplug to stuff holes in garage seals.
Picture16Use Pestplug under corner boards to keep mice from crawling up walls to gain access to inside.
Picture19Wrap Pestplug around pipes to keep rodents and mice from entering through walls.
Picture20Keep birds from nesting inside HVAC units by stuffing holes & entry points found in channels or framing.


  • Any hole as small as 1/4″ in diameter could be an entry point for a mouse or other small creature.
  • Weep holes  
  • Gaps around pipes passing through walls.
  • Outside Electrical conduit that will allow rats or mice to enter and burrow inside and eventually they chew away at the electrical insulation.
  • Gaps & Cracks between foundation and sill plates, gaps between prefab concrete walls, framing in homes, barns, farm silos and metal buildings.