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Mouse Hole Leading into a House in Chattanooga

Half inch gap under the exterior door trim of a house in Chattanooga allowed mice to get into the house

Mouse hole into a house in Chattanooga

It's common to end the door trim a half an inch or so above the cement to help prevent water damage to the trim. But if the gap isn't sealed further on back, it allows mice to get into the house. That's how the mice got into this Chattanooga, Tennessee home.

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