A mole infestation can cause untold damage to your garden, and attempts to remedy the situation using consumer products normally fail. By getting in touch with approved mole control specialists you can be sure to have a mole-free garden in no time.
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Moles live underground, making them hard to detect until they have performed extensive damage to your garden. At the first sign of trouble, contact one of the professionals in our extended network to carry out mole control for you. Experts are standing by ready to provide you with humane treatment that will also stop the damage being done to your property.► Click For Free Mole Control Quotes ◄
Although they are thought of as rodents, moles are actually mammals that can survive long periods of time underground because they are able to reuse oxygen. They spend most of their time burrowing beneath the earth’s surface in order to create living space and catch prey. The problem is that their burrows can create damage by uprooting small trees and shrubs, or even harming the foundation of your home. Mole damage is likely to continue unless you have mole control performed.
Average mole control costs will depend on the extent of your infestation and how easy it is to access burrows. Most exterminators prefer to catch moles and release them elsewhere, a process that can be rather time consuming if you have a large population of these creatures to contend with. Measures can also be taken to make tunnels uninhabitable in an effort to prevent future infestations. Modifying mole burrows will increase the cost of your project somewhat.
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Q. Are moles a cause for concern?
A. Moles can certainly pose a huge problem for properties of all types – residential and council gardens, golf courses, sports fields, playgrounds, picnic areas, and so on. Moles can dig a large number of tunnels under the ground which can collapse at any time. Mole holes also pose a tripping hazard for humans and animals (especially horse). If you’re having a mole problem, it’s best to call in a mole control specialist.
Q. What are some signs that moles are present in my garden?
A. One of the first signs is the development of mole hills, which are piles of dirt that stand approximately six inches off the ground and are rather small in circumference. These mole hills may be surrounded by small tunnels that protrude slightly from the ground, often displacing small plants such as flowers.
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