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Mole Pest Control Services

Safe & effective mole removal with the knowledge & the expertise to provide and carry out a solution that meets your needs.

Quick & Efficiently Priced Mole Removal Services

Moles are a common pest, and they can be a serious nuisance to property owners all over Britain. Known for damaging lawns, gardens and sports grounds, moles dig their tunnels to create unattractive molehills and ridges.

Additionally, their tunnelling process damages the roots of young plants and can leave stones exposed. The exposed stones can cause garden machinery to become damaged, and create a safety hazard as the ground below the surface level can become unstable.

While moles’ natural habitat is woodland, they are comfortable in gardens, pitches, grasslands, bowling greens, or wherever crops grow. If you have a mole problem, call the experts at Vergo Pest Management for efficient service.

With more than 45 years of expertise in addressing mole issues, our committed experts use the most up-to-date tools for mole control. For effective solutions, it’s best to always seek professional assistance with mole problems.

Do you have a problem with moles?

If so, then contact us today and arrange a visit from one of our expert pest control technicians.

Get Rid of Moles Today…

On top of our well-established domestic services, Vergo Pest Control is available to work for commercial customers as well.

If you are the representative of a company looking for pest control services – whether for moles or a different kind of intruder – we are here to help.

Did you know….?

Deeper mole tunnels go as far as 40 centimetres underground. The tunnels themselves can’t be seen but molehills will be noticeable because of the amount of soil being cleared as the mole digs. The tunnel areas are usually lined with leaves and grass in order to create a nest.

Moles are most active in the autumn and early spring as they don’t hibernate. This is because they cannot put on body fat and therefore have to eat throughout the winter. They mostly feed on worms and supplement this diet with insects and their larvae as moles need to eat their weight in food every day.

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