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Why this House in Dunwoody, Georgia Needs Mouse Control

Half inch gap between the top of a sagging wooden crawl space door and its frame allowed mice to get into a house in Dunwoody Georgia.

How mice got into this house in Dunwoody

The crawl space door is sagging, and mice were able to climb up and over the door and into the crawl space. From there they were able to travel to other parts of the house through the wall voids. It all started with this sagging crawl space door.

We'll be replacing that door with a new one that seals tightly and will keep mice out of this house in Dunwoody. We'll also non-chemically treat the mouse problem by trapping and removing the mice that are already in the house, without using any rodenticides or other dangerous chemicals.

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

 


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