Phil Stevens wrote:Paging Travis...
Kim Goodwin wrote:I love our concrete slab floors in the house we are in now, too. The place we are moving to has brick floors over sand, probably doesn't keep out the radon, but it is working for rodents. The walls of that house are concrete clock, so that helps. We are hard surface floor converts! They are so nice and low care. The brick one is harder to care for though, as it can't be as easily washed. The bricks just sit on sand without grout.
I will clarify that "rodent-resistant" is my goal. Living in the country all my life, wild rodents have been the bane of my cars' existence. Right now we are in the desert SW without a garage and that is a huge packrat risk. My husband made a track of solar lights to park over top of. Lighting the vehicle has been the most successful strategy for people in our area thus far.
Thanks for the ideas! I hope the OP got her question answered...seems like it.