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We specialise in mole
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Our very highly skilled technicians keep to traditional methods of mole trapping with 100% clearance record. We charge a single fee for Domestic mole control, this covers unlimited visits with 2 week GUARANTEE from when the final visit is made. For commercial and Agricultural please call to find out the options. Our customers are very happy the way we charge due to there being NO hidden charges.

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(Talpa europaea)

As solitary creatures most of the year round, you’ll be very lucky to see a mole.  

They rarely come above ground, but the evidence of the activity of a solitary mole can spread far and wide as a mole tunnel system can cover 100 – 1000 square metres.

Moles create extensive networks of permanent and feeding tunnels, so that’s when you’ll most likely notice the effects of moles on your property.


  • 15cm in length. 75–130g in weight.
  • Slate–grey ‘velvety’ fur.
  • Short palm–like front feet used for digging. Also known as common or northern mole.


  • Feeds on earthworms, insect larvae and slugs.
  • Present on most ground below an altitude of 1000m. Disfigures lawns with hills, damages farm machinery, e.g. combine harvesters, by throwing up stones.
  • Livestock may injure their legs in mole tunnels.
  • Solitary apart from breeding season, February to June.

Life Cycle

  • Pregnancy lasts around 4 weeks
  • 1 litter per year with 3–4 young
  • Young weaned and leave the nest circa 5 weeks old
  • Average lifespan of around 6 years in the wild

Control Methods

  • Trapping

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