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Mice Gnawed Through a Vent Screen in Clarkston, Georgia

Mice gnawed through the metal screen between two pieces of lattice on a metal foundation vent

Mice gnawed through a vent screen in Clarkston

The screens on foundation vents really aren't made to keep animals out. They're designed to keep bugs out. Mice can easily gnaw through them, especially when they start to corrode or rot.

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