Mole Pest Control

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Moles can cause considerable damage to your garden/land by tunnelling through the ground. With heavy infestations, the ground can become unstable, and holes may appear not only damaging the foundations of your property but also are costly to gardeners and businesses that rely on their grounds, lawns or gardens.

They can quickly settle themselves in a location due to their ability to tunnel up to 4 metres an hour, creating complex burrow systems. The eyesight of moles is generally poor, as is their sense of smell. As a result, they are rarely seen above ground.

Signs of Moles

Molehills are hard to miss so you'll know straight away if you have a moe problem. Molehills that have loose, damp earth have been freshly made.

How To Get Rid of Moles

The most common method of mole removal is by using mole traps. We are fully trained and equipped to carry out your mole pest removal. Get in touch with us now to arrange a initialassessment.

Mole Prevention

Unfortunately there is not much you can do to prevent a mole problem as they are attracted to fertile soil full of tasty earthworms and grubs. Our professional trapping services are the only reliable methods to treat your mole problem.

Mole Species

  • Garden Moles (European Moles)

    (Talpa europaea)

    This mole lives in an underground tunnel system, which it constantly extends. It uses these tunnels to hunt its While moles are typically found in tunnel systems, the European mole is not exclusively an underground dweller. In the spring and early summer when the young

    In the spring and early summer when the young moles leave their mothers' burrows they must find new territory. This forces them to leave their burrow and they can either make new tunnel systems or enter existing systems. In the summer time, however, they are likely to burrow much more superficially.

    The superficial burrowing could be due in part to the soil that is much harder, which makes burrowing a greater challengeprey. Under normal conditions the displaced earth is pushed to the surface, resulting in the characteristic molehills. It feeds mainly on earthworms, but also on insects, centipedes and even mice and shrews. Its saliva contains toxins which paralyze earthworms in particular.