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Gap in the Roof Allowed Rats into the Attic of a House in Carrollton, Georgia

Lifted shingle reveals a one inch gap between the roof sheathing and fascia that allowed roof rats into the attic of a house in Carrollton Georgia

Roof rat gap into an attic in Carrollton

This is the season when rats and many other animals are establishing and provisioning their winter homes. They have to start before the weather actually gets cold. Biologists speculate that they use cues like the length of days, the angle of the sun, or the seeding of plants to decide when to start their migration.

However the rats decide when to move in, we always move them out the same way: by trapping and removing them without the use of any rodenticides whatsoever. We also seal all the gaps so no more rats or other animals can get into the attic. That's how we'll remove the rats from the attic of this Carrollton, Georgia home, and keep them out.

To learn more about rat control and rat-proofing in North Georgia, please click here.

 


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