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Mold Protection Services: Yard Moles
Yard Mole Control Solutions
Bulldog Pest Control offers yard mole control Edwardsville with a very specific and proven approach that includes 3 initial visits 7 to 10 days apart. We then have our optional and recommended maintenance program to prevent future damage. Our program consists of several & separate yet effective techniques for mole removal and prevention.
Yard Mole Control & Removal
Mole Control Edwardsville
Want to enjoy your yard all year long? Bulldog Pest Control is the company that can help rid your Edwardsville yard of moles. Our technicians deliver excellent customer service, quality work, and competitive prices. Our work will give you peace of mind!
To get your Edwardsville, IL yard free of moles, call Bulldog Pest Control at (618) 307-6679 today!
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HOW DOES MOLE TREATMENT WORK?
Our mole control in the Illinois and Missouri area is a three-pronged approach that includes baits and mole traps to eradicate moles from your Edwardsville lawn, followed by maintenance visits to keep them from coming back. If necessary, we will bring out our secret weapon for extreme cases.
1.Visual inspection of the property
Bulldog Pest Control performs an inspection to determine the unique factors of your mole infestation.
2. Traps and Baits
Our team makes three visits to utilize traps and bait treatments to reduce the existing mole population within three weeks after the initial call.
3. Ongoing Maintenance
Next, we provide ongoing maintenance with repellent applications every 30-60 days to protect your home the moles. Follow up bait and trap systems are introduced as needed.
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YOUR BEST MOLE CONTROL SOLUTION
The trapping method of mole control because it is the time-tested, proven method of control. We make these weekly visits to your property to check traps, placing the proper amount of traps, depending on the current level of activity. You do not pay based on the number of traps we set. Whether we place 6 traps or 26 traps, you pay the same price for service, with no long-term contracts! In addition to the trapping we also set up special baiting stations as well as other prevention methods to help ensure that once they are gone – they don’t come back! There are also some methods that provide some results, but not the best results.
Once we have solved your mole problem, it’s important they don’t come back! Our Mole Management program is an inexpensive and effect way to ensure your lawn is protected and always looks it’s best!
Mole Management & Prevention Program Details
Once we have solved your mole problem, it’s important they don’t come back! Our Mole Management program is an inexpensive and effect way to ensure your lawn is protected and always looks it’s best! With this program we visit your home every 30 to 45 days to scout for new activity & apply preventative treatments. When we find new active moles and tunnels, additional trapping and bait will be at no additional cost to you behind the monthly program cost. It does not matter if we trap 8 moles or 30 moles – your price will remain the same!
Moles Don’t Hibernate; Neither Do We!
During the winter months in the Greater St. Louis area, moles continue tunneling just like they do throughout the rest of year, searching for food on a regular basis. When the ground freezes well below the surface, moles retreat deeper in the ground away from the surface. However, when the ground is not totally frozen, moles will continue tunneling near the surface, causing the same lawn damage in the winter as they cause throughout the rest of the year.
Why Trap Moles In the Winter? – In the springtime, moles reproduce. Therefore, any mole control program started in the winter months will help to keep moles from reproducing in the springtime. We have found, not surprisingly, that dead moles cannot reproduce!
Why Trap Moles In the Winter?
In the springtime, moles reproduce. Therefore, any mole control program started in the winter months will help to keep moles from reproducing in the springtime. We have found, not surprisingly, that dead moles cannot reproduce!
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