Moles can be found in yards just about everywhere. Yard Mole mounds or molehills are found in yards, under decks and under out building in almost any subdivision, golf course and state park in Charleston, SC.
Yard Mole Control and Lawn Mole Removal in Charleston, SC by mole removal and mole control professionals for your mole issue. Mole control can be handled by a variety of traps, repellents and poisons. Determining the best way to get rid of the moles in your yard can be a very difficult choice. Killing moles using poisons can be dangerous due to the fact that a household pet could get a hold of a poisoned mole and become poisoned and possibly die. Pest Control Companies like to use poisons, however most Professional Wildlife Removal Companies use traps and repellents.
Trapping a mole can be extremely difficult without a level of experience and know how. Animal control – pest control and wildlife professionals can trap and remove the moles. Allowing a professional to handle your mole control issue in Charleston, SC is the best way to be assured of a successful mole evacuation.
Not all mole repellents are effective and only a few actually have a measured level of success. Repellents must be used properly in order to be effective. Just having the repellent is not always enough. Make sure to use a professional lawn mole control expert to be sure the right mole repellent is used and used properly to ensure complete ground mole control.
Molehill removal in Charleston, SC.
Molehills are loose ground raised up by burrowing animals such as Moles, Mole rats and voles. The loose dirt is waste from digging tunnels and repairing their tunnels. The tunnels the moles dig are essentially earthworm traps. a mole can sense when a earthworm falls into its tunnel and will run to the earthworm and eat it. Mole saliva contains a toxin that paralyzes worms. Mole will keep paralyzed worms in a cache for later consumption..
Gopher control and pocket gopher removal in Charleston, SC.
The Wildlife Professionals can trap and remove gophers from Charleston, SC homes, Country Clubs and parks. Call us and enjoy gopher free yards and turf.
Pocket gophers often called gophers are burrowing rodents. Pocket gophers get their name from the external cheek pouches or cheek pockets they use to carry food and nesting material. Pocket gophers are made especially for digging and tunneling with extra strong front legs with large claws.
Pocket gophers often invade yards and gardens, feeding on many garden crops, ornamental plants, vines, shrubs, and trees. A single gopher moving down a garden row can inflict considerable damage in a very short time. Gophers also gnaw and damage plastic water lines and lawn sprinkler systems. Their tunnels can divert and carry off irrigation water, which leads to soil erosion. Mounds on lawns interfere with mowing.
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