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Gray Squirrel Gap into the Attic of a House in Dacula, Georgia

Gap of more than two inches between the roof sheathing and the fascia of a Dacula Georgia home with squirrel rub marks on the top edge of the fascia

Gray squirrel gap into an attic in Dacula

This construction gap in the roof made it easy for gray squirrels to get into the attic of this house in Dacula, Georgia. Note the rub marks on the top edge of the fascia toward the right side of the opening.

We'll trap and relocate the squirrels and seal the roof to keep squirrels out of the attic.

To learn more about squirrel removal in Metro Atlanta, please click here.

 


Recent Posts

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Gap in the Roof Allowed Bats into the Attic of a House in Loganville, Georgia Posted on Feb 20, 2020 10:32:23 am by Webmaster

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How the Bat Problem in the Attic of this House in Decatur, Georgia Began Posted on Feb 20, 2020 09:57:06 am by Webmaster

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