Cape Coral, FL Mole Trapping

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Welcome to Cape Coral Mole Control! We are a wildlife control company which services Lee County, Florida. 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 239-533-0098 to schedule an appointment the same day or the next. We aren't considered Cape Coral's best animal removal company for nothing! You can check out our Cape Coral 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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Cape Coral mole control

We are experts in mole control and are not your typical Cape Coral, Florida 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 Cape Coral 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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Cape Coral mole pest control animal tip: What kind of damage do moles cause to a lawn?

It's well known that moles can cause quite a bit of damage to your backyard and lawn, which is why most homeowners tend to take preventive methods against them. It's often assumed that the main damage that moles do to someone's property is that they feast on plant roots, thus destroying lawns, gardens, and vegetable patches. However, this is not true. Moles do not eat roots but instead feed on earthworms, slugs, and other small creatures. Incidentally, this is beneficial for your plants because the moles get rid of these other creatures that would otherwise compromise your garden.

However, that is not to say moles are not damaging in their own right.

What damage will moles cause?

Well, after an extended period burrowing under your property, moles can upset flower beds and vegetable rows, and even uproot entire trees. So the damage they cause can be quite extensive. They can also dig up your lawn in their excavations, leaving you with an unsightly mess. This is why you want to look out for signs of a mole infestation.

What does mole damage look like? What warning signs should you look out for?

It's not uncommon to mistake mole damage for the acts of other underground creatures, such as gophers or voles. When you don't know what's causing a problem, it can be that much more difficult to deal with it. So let's talk a bit about what you need to know about mole damage and what it looks like.

Famously, moles dig tunnels and live inside this highly complex system of them. So it stands to reason that the first thing you'll want to look out for is a tunnel in your backyard. Now, mole tunnels fall into two categories: deep or shallow.

The deep ones result in the infamous mole mounds. See, moles dig deep tunnels as a source of long-term nourishment (they then monitor the tunnels for creatures burrowing within). The deep digging involved causes said mounds, which then can be hugely detrimental to your lawn (mole mounds can quickly kill grass).

Shallow digging, on the other hand, is used both to look for short term food and to move about. Naturally, these shallow tunnels are easy to make out because they cause runways (elevated surface tunnels), which can then be collapsed to trap or poison the mole.