In this video, I'll show you how to install a Protector Weep Hole Screen. Weep holes are located around all cavity brick dwellings, spaced evenly around the bottom of the walls, as well as around windows and doors. They're important and allow for drainage and ventilation of the wall cavity, preventing mould and rot from forming inside the walls. Unfortunately, they're also an entry point for rodents, snakes, and cockroaches, as well as embers during bushfires. Our Protector screens comply with the highest Bushfire Attack Level of the Australian Standard. It's important to check homes for potential fire hazards, and while many people know to remove debris from around the yard and clear leaves out of gutters, homeowners are often unaware that they also need to be checking weep holes. Protector Weep Hole Screens are easily installed with the applicator found in every pack. Attach the Protector screen to the applicator, and firmly press into the weep hole until you reach the stopper. The applicator then simply lifts away from the wall, and your weep hole has been screened. Weepa Protector Weep Hole Screens are sold in packs of 20, which include the applicator, and are an easy way to improve the bushfire safety of your home, as well as keep rodents out.