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Mice Got into the Garage of this Alpharetta, Georgia Home through this Gap

Half inch gap between the wooden garage door trim and the pavement needs to be sealed to prevent mice from getting into a house in Alpharetta Georgia

Why this Alpharetta home has mice in the garage

This is a very common way for mice to get into homes. It's customary to leave a little bit of a gap between the bottom of wooden exterior trim and the concrete pavement to reduce water damage to the wood; but if the gap isn't sealed, it allows mice to get into the house. That's how mice got into the garage of this house in Alpharetta, Georgia.

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