Moles live in Europe, Asia, but the most common species of mole lives in North America. The North American mole is about eight inches long. Most moles construct two types of burrowed tunnels: one very deep in the ground for shelter and care of their young; and also shallow tunnels for resting and feeding. Moles are not a dangerous animal to humans but they can be very damaging to your lawn, garden, or landscaping. A single mole can turn a nice lawn or garden into a mess of damaged plants, tunnels and dirt piles in just a few days
Do you have a mole problem?
What to look for:
- Mole hills (tunnel openings into the ground)
- Their tunnel digging will often leave visible ridges across your lawn or guarden.
Our mole removal services:
The best way to rid a mole problem is by using special mole traps. Types of mole traps include spear traps, scissor traps, and body clamp traps. Mole trapping can be very challenging as it is crucial to place the traps in the active tunnels in the right spots in order to catch each mole. If the traps are not set correctly they won’t be effective. Quick Catch has the experience and knowledge to assess each mole problem, set the traps correctly and resolve the mole issue in a decent amount of time.
Time it takes to remove your wildlife problem:
Each wildlife case is different, being only a single mole needing capture or a family of them. Quick Catch Animal Removal of Jacksonville & Northeast Florida is devoted to resolving your problem in the best way possible.