Moles

Moles are small, cylindrical shaped mammals that have adapted to a subterranean lifestyle. With their velvety fur and tiny eyes and ears, they can easily live underground, where they dig burrows with their oversized powerful forelimbs. They can tolerate higher levels of carbon dioxide than other mammals, which allows them to easily live and breathe underground. They feed mostly on worms and other small invertebrates that can be found in soil along with a variety of nuts and insects.

Are moles dangerous?

Moles do not pose a threat people.  They do cause damage to plants and grasses. When they forage for food under lawns, they build tunnels, which will rip out the roots of plants as well as grasses, causing expensive and unsightly damage to lawn and landscape.

So why do I have a mole problem?

You probably don't have a mole problem.  At EnviroPest, we receive a lot of calls from homeowners reporting mole activity.  When we arrive, we typically find that the culprit(s) are voles.  Moles and voles are often mistaken for each other.  

How do you get rid of the problem?

The best way to get rid of rodent activity is to contact the professionals at EnviroPest.

Is the treatment safe?

Yes, our treatment for rodents is safe for both your family and your pets.

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 rodent control from EnviroPest cost?

Starting as low as $27 a month, EnviroPest will protects homes and properties from rodent problems including mice, rats and voles.  For more information on pricing, please contact us.