The art of mole trapping is a delicate process and must be done carefully. Here are some of the frequently asked questions that our customers have shared:
Q: “There are only 5 or 6 mole hills, is it really that big of a deal to catch the mole?”
A: Yes! One mole can create 15-25 mole hills on its own, so it is best to stop the problem before it gets to that point.
Q: “What do moles eat?”
A: Moles mainly eat a variety of grubs, insects and worms.
Q: “I don’t want to kill the moles, can I just scare them away?”
A: No. The truth is that moles WILL come back. The best way to get rid of moles is good old fashioned Traps!
Q: “When are moles active?
A: Moles are active year round, even in the snowy months. However, Moles reproduce in the Spring time and are most active during the Summer.
Q: “How long does it take to catch my moles?”
A: Depending on how many moles you have, the job could take from 1 week to 5 weeks. Most of the time we catch the moles in the first 2 weeks.
Q: “What will moles do if left unstopped?:
A: Moles move around based on food availability and quality of soil. They have the capability to destroy an entire lawn in their search for worms and insects.