Moles are in the same family as shrews and hedgehogs, and they are rarely seen above ground. So how can you be sure that you have a mole problem in your West Virginia yard? As they burrow just under the surface in search for food, moles in yards push up the surface of the soil, leaving raised mole tunnels and mounds in your yard. Another symptom of having moles in your yard is damaged plants and uprooted grass,due to the fact that moles love vegetated areas where the soil is looser.
The most effective way to remove moles from your yard is through mole trapping. Critter Control uses the most efficient and humane method of trapping the moles available. We also provide services to prevent moles from returning to your West Virginia home and repair the damage they have caused.
Raised mole tunnels are not only unsightly, they can also cause major damage to West Virginia homes! Call Critter Control today at 1-800-CRITTER if you suspect you have moles in your yard.