Bucks County, PA Mole Trapping

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Welcome to Bucks County Mole Control! We are a wildlife control company which services Bucks County, Pennsylvania. We specialize in the removal of moles - the animals - and other unwanted animals you may have on your property. Moles love to dig tunnels, resulting in large molehills and tunnels all over your yard. While these aren't exactly dangerous, they can damage your landscape and backyard and cause a nuisance. To deal with moles, we use professional trapping methods and make sure to prevent moles from overrunning your property again. Call us 24/7 at 215-395-6550 to schedule an appointment the same day or the next. We aren't considered Bucks County's best animal removal company for nothing! You can check out our Bucks County mole removal prices. Some of the services we offer include:

  • 100% Mole Removal Via Trapping
  • Full Property, Garden, & Yard Inspections
  • Prevention and Lawn Treatments
  • Poison-Free Mole Control
  • Effective Mole Trapping Methods
  • Repair of Lawn and Sod, Mole Hill Removal

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Bucks County mole control

We are experts in mole control and are not your typical Bucks County, Pennsylvania pest control or exterminator company. First, we do not use poisons or the majority of repellents, since they do not work. Moles are difficult to remove and can only really be completely removed from your yard with mole traps, a process we have practiced and perfected over the years. In addition, if a mother mole has babies, we will make sure to remove her pups by hand before dealing with the mother mole. We are not a typical Bucks County mole exterminator company. We completely solve your mole problem by taking these steps:

  • Inspect the entire property grounds - lawn, yard, garden, etc.
  • Set several pro traps in mole tunnels - the correct and safe way!
  • Remove all moles as they are caught and monitor for activity
  • Once there is no more activity and no more moles caught, we're done
  • When needed, fill in tunnels and seal with underground fencing

What Prices Do We Charge?

Every wildlife situation is different: How many moles? Size of lawn? Do you need trapping, prevention, repairs? Call us and we can give pricing for your specific situation.

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Bucks County mole pest control animal tip: What is a mole hill? Describe mole tunnels

The expression about making mountains out of molehills is one of those old expressions people have been using for years. The people who said it probably haven't had to actually clean up after a mole intrusion, though. The remains of a mole's burrowing efforts aren't so easily dismissed in the real world. Though not a horrible disaster in the broad scheme of life, they're still a bother to deal with.

As to what a molehill actually is, they are the piles of dirt shoved above ground as a result of a mole's efforts to tunnel around in search of their favorite foods, grubs and worms. The dirt has to go somewhere, after all, and placing it above ground makes sense since moles rarely leave their tunnels.

The tunnels themselves may not be as visible, but they can be even more extensive than the hills. Moles are rather territorial, so when you see a bunch of hills in an area, that's all the result of a single mole. Mole tunnels are an extensive network of routes close to the surface, used for travel and to obtain food, and deeper tunnels, used for nesting and also finding food. Since the real problem is the mole itself, just stamping the hills flat and trying to fill in, cave-in, or crush the tunnels won't stop the moles because they'll just keep on digging and pushing up new hills as they make fresh tunnels.

Though molehills are the most obvious signs of them, there are more of an afterthought than the tunnels. Unfortunately, it's an afterthought that leaves a mess across your property. On the bright side, the molehills connect to the tunnel system, and that means you can use them to get rid of the moles.

Using their own molehills against them is much more effective than simply stamping down the hills and surface tunnels. Until you get rid of the moles themselves, the hills and tunnels will not only continue, but the moles will start breeding. They're not dangerous, but the damage they cause creates tripping hazards and can allow other pests access to your property. Recognizing molehills and keeping an eye on their tunnel progress can determine the extent of their digging. Once you know the signs of a mole intrusion, you can look into how to get rid of them. Fortunately, the molehills and surface tunnels make their removal much easier.