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Gap in the Garage Door Weather Seal Allowed Mice into a Winder, Georgia Home

The weather seal on the bottom of the garage door has a gap of about an inch on the left side that mice used to get into a house in Winder Georgia.

Why this house in Winder needs mouse control

Gaps in garage door weather seals are one of the most common ways that mice get into homes. Sometimes the end of the seal just breaks off over time from rubbing against the track when the garage door is opened and closed. Other times the mice gnaw through it and make their own gap. This one looks like it broke off on its own.

We'll replace the weather seal and close up any other gaps we find to keep mice out of this house in Winder, Georgia.

To learn more about mouse control and mouse-proofing in the Athens area, please click here.

 


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