Entry Hole at a Squirrel Removal Job in Marietta
Squirrels gnawed their way into this Marietta home
What undoubtedly happened at this Marietta home was that there was a gap between the wooden trim and the shingles at the roof junction, and the squirrels used it as a starting point to gnaw their way into the house.
Squirrels and other rodents need a starting point they can wrap their teeth around. They can't gnaw through intact, flat wood. Imagine trying to take a bite out of a basketball, and you'll understand what I mean.
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