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Mice were Gnawing the Wiring in the Attic of a Johns Creek, Georgia Home

Mice chewed about two inches of insulation from electrical wiring and partially exposed the copper conductors in the attic of a house in Johns Creek Georgia.

Mice chewed the wires in an attic in Johns Creek

Mice in the attic of a house are by no means harmless. Aside from the health risks and odors from their urine and droppings, they also have this dangerous habit of chewing on the electrical wiring.

In fact, quite a few of the attic mouse control calls we receive were actually identified by electricians that the homeowners hired to find out why the circuit breakers kept tripping or the lights didn't work. Mouse damage can also cause problems with doorbells, thermostats, phone lines, cable TV, and Internet service.

We'll non-chemically trap and remove the mice from the attic of this house in Johns Creek, Georgia; and seal around the entire house to keep mice and other animals from getting in.

To learn more about mouse control and mouse-proofing in Metro Atlanta, please click here.

 


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