MOLES

That mole on Aunt Em's face isn't the only pest around.  We're talking about the moles on your property!  Moles enjoy eating grubs and earthworms.  While searching for those delectable treats underground, they cause the dirt and soil to be soft while building their tunnels.  Once they've got enough collected earth, they push it to the surface causing unsightly volcano-shaped mounds.  Let us BUST those Moles off your property so Mound "Mo-Leon" goes back to being dormant!

Pricing is based on the size of the area.  Due to additional entry points from surrounding yards, no guarantee of total elimination (so invite your neighbors to get onboard).  Please call or email for an estimate.

VOLES

What rhymes with Mole?  It's cousin the Vole!  A voles signature mark makes your lawn look like something the Goblet King from the movie "Labyrinth" created. Voles are essentially vegetarians, fueling on appetizing plants, grass and planted root veggies.  They also feed on the roots of trees and other wooded components like bark.  Let us BUST those little Vole trolls off your lawn because in this case, the grass IS greener on the other side!

Pricing is based on the size of the area.  Due to additional entry points from surrounding yards, no guarantee of total elimination (so tell your neighbors to get onboard).  Please call or email for an estimate.

 

GOPHERS

Do you remember that cute little gopher from the movie "Caddy Shack?"  They are anything but!  Gophers will eat the root systems of plants but the real nuisance can become a safety issue. Gophers make holes and horseshoe-shaped mounds in the ground making it easy for livestock, horses and even you to trip or send you to the emergency room!  Let us BUST that infamous little critter so you don't end up with any unwanted medical or veterinary bills!

Pricing is based on the size of the area.  Due to additional entry points from surrounding yards, no guarantee of total elimination (so tell your neighbors to get onboard).  Please call or email for an estimate.

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