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Gap that Mice Used to Get into this House in Dacula, Georgia

Half inch high gap between the vertical wooden trim and the concrete pavement of the driveway allowed mice to get into a house in Dacula Georgia

Mouse gap into a house in Dacula

It's standard practice to leave a little space between wooden exterior trim and the pavement to help prevent water rot of the trim. But if those gaps aren't sealed, they can allow mice into the house. That's how the mice got into this house in Dacula, Georgia.

We'll trap and remove the mice and seal the gaps to make this mouse rodent-proof.

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