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Series 2, Part 4: Is a Corroded Metal Door Frame to Blame for Your Rodent Infestation? March 7, 2018

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Series 2, Part 4: Is a Corroded Metal Door Frame to Blame for Your Rodent Infestation?, Brighton, Michigan

Previously, Door Innovation kicked off part two of their three-part series on corroded metal door frames by discussing how the matter jeopardized both health and safety. Now, the Brighton, MI-based door frame repair specialists are delving further into one subcategory of health hazards: rodent infestations.  

The Question: Is a Corroded Metal Door Frame to Blame for Your Rodent Infestation?

Whether you own a home or run your own business, no one wants to find a rodent on their property. They track in dirt, carry disease, and even destroy personal items. With so many health risks, it’s essential that you address the situation as soon as possible. But first, you’ll need to identify where the infestation began. According to Door Innovation, the answer might be closer than you think.

The Answer: More Than Likely, Yes

corroded metal door frameCorrosion, while it may only seem like a cosmetic issue, is also a sign of structural failure. Rust and oxide weaken the system, causing portions of the metal to chip or even break away. In turn, this vulnerability provides a clear path for rodents and other pests to enter the facility.

If your place of business is currently experiencing a rodent infestation, Door Innovation recommends inspecting your commercial door frames. If rust or oxide is present, you’ll need to repair the structure as soon as possible. All you need is a few tools and their patented jamb patch kit. This system comes with all the necessary parts plus step-by-step instructions to guide you through the process.

Order your jamb patch kit online today. If you have any additional questions about your corroded metal door frame, call Door Innovation at (517) 518-8979 today. Don’t forget to check back next time for the next installment of this three-part series when these door frame repair specialists tackle a different kind of infestation: insects.