Moles are one of the common species of wildlife that we are called upon to control in Central Indiana. Moles can be found living in at lawns and landscapes throughout Indianapolis, Anderson, Muncie, Marion, Kokomo, Lafayette and surrounding communities. Moles also take up residence under porches and patios. Moles create tunnels underground and "push up" the dirt that is excavated and deposit it on the surface of your lawn or landscape. Moles commonly eat earthworms and grubs.
Mole control and removal should be initiated as soon as the animal has been discovered living in this area as Moles will tunnel through lawns damaging root systems and making it unstable to walk on the lawn. Expensive landscaping can be ruined quickly by this very small animal. Indiana is home to the Eastern Mole and Star Nosed Mole.
The communities of Acton, Advance, Albany, Alexandria, Anderson, Arcadia, Atlanta, Battleground, Beech Grove, Bridgeport, Buck Creek, Camby, Carmel, Castleton, Chesterfield, Cicero, Clarkshill, Clermont, Colburn, Cumberland, Dayton, Eagle Creek, Eaton, Elwood, Fairmount, Fishers, Fowlerton, Frankton, Gas City, Gaston, Goldsmith, Greentown, Hemlock, Hobbs, Indianapolis, Ingalls, Jamestown, Jonesboro, Kempton, Kokomo, Lafayette, Landess, Lapel, Lawrence, Lebanon, Marion, Markleville, Matthews, Monmorenci, Muncie and New Augusta support Moles in good numbers. Mole control and removal services are provided in all of these locations.
Cities such as Noblesville, Nora, Oakford, Oaklandon, Oakville, Orestes, Park Fletcher, Pendleton, Romney, Russiaville, Selma, Sharpsville, Sheridan, Sims, Southport, Speedway, Stockwell, Summitville, Swayzee, Sweetser, Tipton, Thorntown, Upland, Van Buren, Wanamaker, West Lafayette, West Middletown, West Newton, Westfield, Westpoint, Whitestown, Windfall, Yorktown and Zionsville IN, Indiana all experience Mole control and removal problems.
Mole control and removal should only be attempted by people who understand the behavior of this animal. A All Animal Control is your local professional that can get rid of your Mole.
To control pest Mole, we often must begin Mole trapping followed by Mole relocation. Trapping Moles is necessary in most cases. We know how to get rid of a Mole and have years of experience of removing Mole. Mole pest control is one of our specialties at A All Animal Control. Trapping Moles is the most effective technique to control Moles. Rodenticides do not work to control Moles. Our Mole control experts can remove your Moles without putting deadly poisons in your lawn!
Trapping a Mole humanely is important to prevent as little stress as necessary to the Mole. Getting rid of a Mole is a process that should be carried out with proper planning and procedures. Mole removal can be done in an efficient manner with the proper tools and training. If I had a Mole in my yard, I would want a professional that could remove the Mole quickly and humanely.
A dead Mole in your house is a service that we provide including the deodorization of the area. Moles do occasionally die in unusual places and they must be removed as soon as possible. We have even found a dead Mole in a basement. Leaving the Mole will only make the problem worse and cause further damage to your home and attract other animals and insects. Animal control for Mole is a necessary service to protect your home and family. Removing Mole is the first step to making your home healthy again. Get rid of Mole the right way before the problem gets out of control.
Moles can be found in all of the following county or counties: Clinton, Delaware, Grant, Hamilton, Howard, Madison Marion, Tippecanoe & Tipton IN, Indiana.
A All Animal Control will provide Mole control and removal services in these counties.
A All Animal Control of Indianapolis is your Mole Control Specialist. If you have a Mole control or removal need, call us at:
- Anderson/Muncie, Marion/Kokomo, Lafayette
- Statewide Service