Many people in Britain will have never seen a mole even though there is thought to be an estimated 35 to 40 million of them living beneath our soil, and it is because they rarely appear above ground that this native UK mammal is so rarely seen. What we do see however are the piles of soil (molehills) pushed up as the mole excavates its network of tunnels in which it lives and feeds and these can be a real issue when they start to pop up across golf courses, bowling greens, football pitches, race tracks, playing fields and gardens and it is not just the piles of earth that are the problem the extensive tunnel system can undermine footpaths, lawns and flower beds causing plants to die or greens to collapse and with a single mole being able to excavate around 20m of tunnel per day damage can be costly.
Professional mole trapping is an extremely effective and reliable method of mole control when carried out correctly by a qualified and experienced mole catcher.
I have been successfully trapping moles for many years now, and can offer you a professional, efficient, and effective service at an incredibly competitive price.
I only use the traditional method of catching moles with approved humane traps. I Offer a free no obligation on site quotation, with a no mole no fee promise, so if I fail to catch your mole you do not pay a penny. Trapping is the most environmentally friendly and humane method to control moles. I do not use any Chemicals, Gases or Poisons for mole control.
Our mole trapping pest control service starts from £60.00 for a single mole.
I have around 20 mole hills in my garden does this mean there are a lot of moles?
No the number of hills are not related to the number of moles. Moles are solitary animals and usually if the mole hills are in one area of the garden there will be just one mole.