I have tried to find a topic relating to this however i can't seem to locate one!
We have a void in-between two rooms that is accessible via small hole that you can climb through. On 1 side is the production facility and on the other the hole is in a cupboard which opens into the packaging storage room.
I've had Acheta (pest control company) come and audit the site and whilst here he noted that there was some pest activity within the void (minimal, i think 2 dead mice).
He suggested making the hole bigger, (more easily accessible for inspecting) and sealing the gaps from the void into the production area (minimal gaps behind corner pillars)
There is a bait box located at the entry to the void via the cupboard.
We have no history of pest issues, and are a low risk site.
My question is, can we clean out the void, and seal all access, and pretend it doesn't exist, OR seal the gaps, create a more permanent hole with a cover, and place another bait box in and have it as controlled area?
Which do you suggest is the best option?