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Take Back Your Lawn With Our Mole Control Solution

Waking up to a yard crisscrossed with mole tunnels can be disheartening. These burrowing pests, with a penchant for creating unsightly messes in both front and back yards, are notoriously challenging to eradicate. Moles primarily invade lawns in search of their favorite meals – earthworms, lawn insects, and grubs. If you’re battling these subterranean nuisances, it’s time for effective lawn mole removal. Our specialized services target these disruptive creatures, restoring the beauty and integrity of your yard. Don’t let moles undermine your beautiful lawn; choose professional lawn mole removal to reclaim your outdoor space.

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How Do I Get Rid Of Moles?

The only reliable solution to a mole problem is to launch an all-out attack. Your call to Redi National means you’ve brought in the best-trained, best-equipped mole control team.

Our mole control programs are designed to prevent these re-infestations. Our 100% pest-free guarantee means your problem is solved for good.

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Common Moles in The Seattle Region

The Townsend mole is the largest species in North America and is about 8 to 9 inches in length. You will find these moles usually west of the Cascade mountains.

The Pacific mole, or as some might call it, the coast mole looks similar to the Townsend mole and is about 6 to 7 inches in length. These moles usually like drier, brushier areas.

The smallest of the moles is the Shrew-mole measuring only 4 to 5 inches, it is the smallest mole in North America and is uniquely found in the Pacific Northwest. You will usually find them in ravines and stream banks. These are not usually the ones that destroy your lawn as they are most active above ground.

You can find more information about moles on the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife website.

Frequently asked questions

The most common yard mole in Seattle is the Townsend Mole, known for its large size and appetite. Our team is experienced in dealing with this and other local mole species, ensuring effective control.

While not harmful to humans, yard moles can cause significant damage to your lawn and garden by creating tunnels and mounds. This can disrupt plant roots and lead to uneven ground.

Signs of a mole problem include the presence of molehills (raised mounds of earth), surface tunnels, and uneven lawn surfaces. If you notice these signs, it’s advisable to seek professional mole control services.

Moles are attracted to yards with abundant food sources like earthworms and grubs. They also prefer moist, well-drained soil. We can provide specific advice on making your yard less inviting to moles.

Our approach to mole control in Seattle involves assessing the extent of the mole activity, using humane and effective trapping methods, and providing advice on preventing future infestations.

Yes, our mole control methods are chosen with the safety of your pets and children in mind. We use humane and environmentally friendly methods to ensure the well-being of your family and the ecosystem.

The duration of control varies, but most clients see a reduction in mole activity within a few days of treatment. We will discuss the expected timeline and any follow-up procedures during our initial consultation.

Yes, we provide ongoing maintenance plans to keep your yard free from moles. These plans are tailored to your yard’s specific needs and can help prevent future mole problems.

Our deep understanding of local mole behavior, combined with our commitment to safe, humane, and effective control methods, makes us a top choice for mole control in Seattle. We pride ourselves on customer satisfaction and long-term results.

Scheduling our mole control service is easy. Just reach out to us via our website or by phone. Our friendly staff will assist you in setting up an appointment that fits your schedule.

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