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Garden Moles ruining your Garden?? As a traditional mole catcher and after a detailed survey of your garden or property, we will offer a fixed price to remove your moles. WE OFFER A No mole, no fee GUARANTEE! If you have Garden Moles damaging your prize lawn, give us a call today on 07952003275.
How To Identify Mole Damage
Carefully watch out for these signs of damage left by moles:
Molehills: These soil mounds are cone-shaped and roughly 6-24 inches wide and 2-8 inches tall. You might not always see a molehill's entrance, as it could be softly plugged out of ready visibility. If you do see one, though, that’s a strong sign that it may be a good idea to get in touch with us.
Moleruns: As a mole digs tunnels, they can push up soil in these irregular trails/ridges that are each about 3 inches wide. Thankfully, this is a problem we can help to reduce by catching and removing the moles that are responsible.
Why do I have moles?
Moles are a woodland creature and they need to feed very often on worms and grubs. As we expand our housing estates etc, we encroach on nature and unfortunately, moles do not respect our boundaries. With this in mind, if you live in the countryside or near woodland or you may just live adjacent to vacant council land or have very good soil that is rich in worms and grubs, you will inevitably encounter moles.
Why do I keep getting moles?
Moles are solitary animals that dig tunnels to search for worms and grubs to eat. When we remove a mole, unfortunately, the tunnels remain. As time goes by the scent of the previous mole deteriorates and when a new mole stumbles upon the empty tunnel network, they just move into a pre-built home.
Do mole deterrents work?
It is our experience that artificial mole deterrents do not work! This would include electric pulse deterrents and windmills. The only sure-fire way to stop moles from damaging your prize lawn is to have them removed.
Do moles hibernate?
No, is the short answer. Moles are active all year round, however, they do seem less active during the dryer months, but they are still active and feeding on those worms.