No matter where they go in your house or how often you see them, mice are never a welcome intrusion. Beyond the skittishness that their presence might engender, mice can be quite a nuisance when it comes to their destructive habits, including chewing through wood, plastic, wires, and even your garage door opener cables.
Whether you use the garage for projects, as a home gym, or anything else, you want the air to be comfortable, not hot and humid or cold and clammy. Neither is comfortable, and both are a source of mold, mildew, and corrosion on metal inside the garage. How these spaces become damp is simple – the region dictates the conditions and if you are by the sea, a lake, or in a hot and humid setting, the garage is likely going to reflect what's going on outside.
Is the garage area of your home starting to show a noticeable temperature change? Have you found evidence of insects or critters that weren’t there in the past? Do the leaves and dirt continue to resurface, no matter how often you clean?
When you're hungry for a delicious meal, you fire the car up and ride across town to your favorite restaurant. After entering and being seated, you wave the server over without looking at the menu. When they ask what you'd like, you politely reply, "food, please."