Voles, also called meadow voles and sometimes referred to as field mice or meadow mice are mammals that are active year round and often dig underground burrows. In these burrows, they store food for the winter and give birth to their young. They typically reside in grasslands, preferring moister areas but are also found in wooded areas. Voles feed on grasses, weeds, shoots, tender twigs and live bark.
Are Voles dangerous?
Voles are not considered dangerous to you and your family members directly, but they can spread diseases through their droppings as well as spread parasites should they infest your home. They do cause damage to lawns, fruit trees, garden plants and landscaped areas and to commercial grain crops.
Why do I have a vole problem?
Voles enter homes and businesses usually by accident. They are not great climbers and enter through openings at ground level. They are more likely to be hiding out in barns and stables. Voles tend to be more of a pest problem during the winter months when snow covering hides their destructive activity.
How do you get rid of voles?
If you have voles inside your structure or more likely damaging your lawn, give us a call (or click here to complete our form) for professional vole control. We have the tools, knowledge and experience to address vole infestations.
How soon can you get here?
We take all pest issues very seriously and are committed to helping as soon as possible. In most cases, we can respond the same or very next day.
How much does the vole treatment cost?
Pricing varies by pest and situation. Please visit our rodent control page to learn more about pricing. You can also contact us directly to discuss your pest problem.
What is the warranty?
Warranty varies due the severity and possibility of control. Your service technician will discuss this with you before service.
We also guarantee your complete satisfaction. If for any reason you are not 100% satisfied with your service, we will correct it free of charge. That’s EnviroPest’s promise to keep your home pest free.
How can I prevent a vole problem in the future?
Preventing voles can be a challenge. Give us a call to discuss your specific situation and we’d be happy to make a recommendation for control.