Gold Award for Inventor of the Year, British Inventors Society

Tony Carr receives Gold Award for MouseMesh

The inventor of MouseMesh, the specialist pest control product for preventing mice from entering properties via the airbricks, has received the prestigious Gold Award at the Inventor of the Year show held at Alexandra Palace in London, run by the British Inventors Society (BIS). The BIS event, held from 14-17 October 2009 attracted inventors from all over the world.

Gold Award for Inventor of the Year

Tony Carr and his mouse prevention products also featured in news of the BIS event on ITV’s breakfast television programme, GMTV. Presenter Matt Arnold spoke to Tony about his humane pest control invention which is gaining wide acceptance in buildings both in the UK and abroad – both on existing buildings are as part of the design specification for new buildings.

MouseMesh Inventor of the Year Award

Tony’s invention, the MouseMesh is now available in three sizes and three colours of plastic frame – plus the all-stainless steel, rat proof version. You can make your home mouse proof, rat proof, indeed pest free, by fixing MouseMesh grills over your airbricks.

See the article about Tony’s award on Page 8 of Ham and High Broadway 5 November