Have you noticed raised mounds of soil in your yard? If so, you might have moles. It's been a while since we've talked about our mole program. We thought it was a good time to bring the subject up again. In Middle Tennessee, the eastern mole makes its home in tunnels underground and eats earthworms. They are rarely seen above ground.
They aren’t dangerous but they are a nuisance, especially if you work hard to maintain your lawn. Just like the comic in this post, most people keep trying to whack-a-mole, but the moles keep coming back. If you decide to inspect a run you think may be caused from a mole, take care not to sprain your ankle or injure yourself. People have been known to step in holes or collapse a tunnel of a mole.
If you think you have a mole problem, All-American's Mole Control program can help! The initial service involves three visits to your home where we inspect, map out the tunnels, identify the most active runs, bait, and reassess effectiveness.
We can get rid of the moles in your yard!. We'll create a treatment plan based on your specific needs and yard. We will even come back to reassess the situation and bait for new moles every other month. If you would like to learn more email or call.
Moles are a nuisance. We have heard lots of stories from clients about the trouble they have had. Let us know what you experience!