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Building a room estension on house. Need to know how to damp proof it and stop vermin from entering.

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First learn how to spell extension!! Personally, I'd not do it. I've built cabins and deck but even I would not build my own extension to a house instead of hiring a contractor like I did to fix my roof . I then added my own radiant barrier after they left. "damp proof"?? Built it right? Since you have no clue about moisture barriers I doubt you know enough to build an "extension"

Vermin is easy, use metal. For vents use 1/4" mesh or rats can get their teeth in between the larger grill and chew through. Rats can also eat through wood given motive. Do no put any food not in metal or glass containers in there. They can chew through plastic and cardboard.

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