I'm about to run a mains feed to my garden which because of the
configuration of everything will run extensively through the attic space
(single storey cottage).
This looked like a good option in terms of cost and economics of labour.
However I was researching something else in the pages here and came on a
thread where there was a comment about mice eating plastic piping.
Certainly they've had a good nibble at pipe insulation here, but are the
pipes a realistic target too ?
OK I do need to set traps etc. each autumn - who doesn't in the country -
and in general I'm not seeing any significant damage, but if there is any
truth in this, then I will go back to using copper, and not take any risk.
Well they certainly gnaw plastic cable so I suppose pipe will also be a