"The only agent of change that is likely to bring about a large-scale and rapid decline in the number of moles living in an area is the human molecatcher."

-M. Gorman and R. Stone,
The Natural History of Moles (1991 )


It has long been established that trapping is the best method for controlling a mole problem.   It is environmentally friendly, target specific, and incredibly effective, as long as it is done correctly .   The challenge of control is that moles will habitually recolonize tunnel systems once the original residents have been removed.   In areas of high mole density or where woodlands exist near the property, this behavior will occur and frequently does throughout the year.   Although initial populations are always low, sometimes many, many moles must be removed before some properties cleared.   In order to achieve and maintain control, consistent effort is often required on a long-term basis.

If you are considering hiring a professional to help with your mole problem, make certain that your trapper is competent, committed to the long-term care of your property, and able to respond quickly to address new mole activity.   Not surprisingly, full-time services specializing in mole control consistently deliver the best results!

When selecting a mole service, we strongly recommend that you contact your local Better Business Bureau and ask for references in your area as well.


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