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Mole Control All Year: They Don't Hibernate

Terminix West Michigan offers exceptional pest control services to our residential and commercial customers in the areas around Western Michigan. This area has a climate that is pleasant for many people, but it can also attract moles to the region as well. These rodents can damage your property by burrowing into the holes and digging tunnels. This can be expensive to fix, and it may also take up some of the time you might prefer to use on more pleasant activities. Our professional rodent control specialists can eliminate moles from your West Michigan property during any season.

Moles in West Michigan

Moles can be a problem during the winter months because they do not go into hibernation. They may continue to damage your lawn even when there is snow on the ground. During the coldest months of the year, moles can still continue to burrow and dig tunnels at a rapid pace. After the spring begins, you may begin to notice the signs of this activity; however, the damage is usually done by this point. Our professionals know how to deal with moles during any time of the year. Experience in this area of winter pest control is essential for creating an effective and long-lasting solution for the customer.

Moles thrive in an environment where there is plenty of food. They eat a variety of insects, worms, ants, centipedes and other common lawn pests. They do not respond to chemical treatments in a way that is effective for other rodents. Instead, our professionals prefer to use baiting techniques, which are extremely effective at luring moles into a trap during any season of the year. We advise our customers to keep their lawn free from these other insects and sources of food as the best preventative step. Unfortunately, moles are very persistent, and they will invade any property that has something that they can eat.

Professional Pest Control, Terminix

Our professional treatment program uses the most advanced tools and techniques available. We correctly identify the type of pest as well as the source of the infestation. We design the treatment plan to take care of the entire nest in addition to the immediate problem within your building. This may involve the use of trapping, baiting, and other methods. This is the most effective way to deal with a mole infestation, which can become a source of frustration for people who are dealing with a serious mole problem. These rodents are intelligent, and they know how to avoid many of the methods used by people without experience. If you have any questions about how our process works, feel free to contact us for a quote.

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