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Mice Got Into this House in Carrollton, Georgia

Half inch gap between the door trim and the pavement allowed mice into a house in Carrollton Georgia

Mouse hole into a house in Carrollton

Mice can get through gaps about the thickness of a pencil. In fact, walking around your home and looking for gaps into which a pencil could be inserted might have kept the mice out of this house in Carrollton, Georgia.

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