Moles may be small but they are mighty. If you’ve ever had your yard destroyed by these unwelcome invaders, you know what we’re talking about. Moles live underground, moving stealthily through the soil in an endless search for food. In their wake, homeowners are left with mazes of unsightly trails zigzagging through their yards.
There’s no doubt about it. Moles are capable of causing an extraordinary amount of damage to lawns and gardens. If your yard has been turned into something resembling a battlefield by these underground critters, don’t give up hope, but we’re not going to sugar coat it either. There is no silver bullet when it comes to mole control. We have a wide range of mole control weapons to help you win the war against these invaders. From mole traps to repellents to poisons, we’ve got you covered.
Foolproof Mole Traps
When moles invade your yard, be prepared to retaliate with one of our durable, easy-to-set mole traps. Trapping is an effective mole control option because it plays upon a mole’s natural instinct to open blocked passages. When a mole trap is encountered, the mole will automatically push upward on the trap and trigger the spears on the forceful traps. End of mole.
Safe and Effective Repellents
If you’re looking for a way to safely drive away moles without harming them, you’ll want to check out our line of eco-friendly, poison-free mole repellents. Whether you opt to use one of our all-natural granular or spray repellents or choose to use one of our sonic spikes, you will appreciate that all of our mole repellers are easy-to-use, effective and safe to use on lawns, gardens and around children and pets.
Our mole poisons are a great way to kill lawn destroying moles. Easy-to-use, just insert the poison into an active tunnel, then kick back and relax. When eaten, the poison quickly works to kill moles and before you know it, your mole woes are a thing of the past.
The best way to get rid of moles in your yard involves the use of baits, repellents and traps. You may have to experiment a bit to see which tactic works best for you, but fear not. If you are persistent, you will eventually succeed in ridding your yard of these burrowing animals.