Do you have a mole problem?
Like gophers, moles are burrowing animals. These mammals can cause a lot of damage to your lawn and yard by undermining the soil, creating unsightly mounds and eating plant roots. The primary complaint of moles in the yard are mole tunnels and mole hills. Moles typically grow to be 6 to 8 inches long and have grey to black velvety fur, slender hairless snouts and small eyes and ears. At the first indication of a mole in your Orange County yard, you should take the necessary steps to remove them. We always recommend contacting a professional. The amount of damage these insectivores can cause is a lot more than you might think.
Interesting facts about moles:
- Moles can be found in a wide range of habitats, including woods, fields and gardens.
- If you think that moles are gone during colder or dryer periods of time, you are mistaken. They simply have gone deeper underground.
- Moles do not eat root plants. They are insectivores, which means they only eat insects. Their diets primarily consist of earthworms and other small invertebrates in the soil.
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We are professional mole removers
At All City Animal Trapping, we use the most humane techniques to get rid of your mole intruders. We physically trap and remove the moles from your property. But simply performing a mole removal doesn’t solve your problem completely. Your property is still exposed! The moles’ point of entry, and other areas you may not even be aware of, are still open for moles to enter, leaving you vulnerable to another intrusion. All City Animal Trapping experts will identify animal entryways and perform mole exclusion services by constructing barriers. These barriers are built to last and will protect your home from future invaders.
If you are having mole problems in the Orange County area, call All City Animal Trapping. We have been servicing Orange County for over 20 years and we pride ourselves on getting the job done right the first time. Don’t wait. Take care of that pesky mole problem today!