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Moles are burrowing mammals that can cause a significant amount of damage to properties as they dig deep, typically ten inches, to make their tunnels. They also scan the surface of the ground when they are searching for a mate.

Moles are active all year long, but they are mainly active during the Spring and Fall. As they dig to make their tunnels, the volcanic-shaped mounds they create can cause grassroots to become dislodged, causing the grass to die and lawns to become unruly and patchy. Moles can undoubtedly ruin a beautiful landscape.

Moles eat earthworms and insects that live underground. You may have long gaps between mole mounds. This does not mean your mole problem is not a reason for concern. The infestation will continue to grow as moles will rarely leave unless they are deprived of their food sources.

Professional trapping techniques are the most effective means of removing and controlling moles. However, trapping moles can be challenging for any property owner, so it is best to leave it to experienced mole trapping professionals.

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The Precision Predator mole removal professionals use the right trapping techniques and environmentally friendly products to remove moles. In doing so, we ensure the safety of all children, adults and pets when on the lawn.

Our knowledgeable and experienced pest control technicians will answer any questions and concerns you may have. If you have another type of wildlife or pest control problem we can help you with that as well.

From customer service to our technicians, our entire team is always friendly and courteous as we are here to help you get rid of your mole problem.

Mole Removal

Mole Removal and Control in Anderson County, Greenwood County, Greenville County including Anderson, Seneca, Clemson, Simpsonville, Honea Path, Greenville, Easley, Taylors, Clinton, Greer, Laurens, Greenwood, Berea, Mauldin and all throughout Upstate South Carolina