Removal, prevention and control services
Contrary to popular belief, the presence of moles in your yard is not an indication that you have a large grub problem. Earthworms make up about 95 percent of a mole’s diet, with grubs and other insects making up a much smaller portion.
Moles have a few primary tunnels they use regularly and may have many secondary tunnels that they use for foraging. Mole activity is most noticeable in the spring and fall when the soil is moist and easier for the moles to excavate. However, moles are active year-round.
Moles can cause considerable lawn damage, leaving mole hills and often causing brown grass-less streaks throughout the lawn. Moles can cause a lot of damage in a relatively short period of time, as they can dig up to 18 feet per hour.
The Regal Process
Our five step process to remove the moles on your property.
The presence of moles is very apparent. Moles often leave hills and usually cause brown grass-less streaks throughout the lawn. Moles typically have a main “run”. Our technicians will evaluate your turf and will discuss our treatment recommendation.
After our initial inspection, our technicians will assess all reasonable solutions and will review the approach we’re recommending to resolve the issue. Our technicians will go over the scope of our service and will answer any questions you may have regarding the removal of the moles.
BAITING OR TRAPPING
Depending on the mole issue at your location, we offer trapping and baiting services. However, baiting is the preferred method for removing the moles on your property. Baits are placed underground in the cavities that the moles have excavated. The baits resemble earthworms, which is their primary food source. Trapping is another option we can use, however we typically use traps only as a supplement to the baiting program.
FOLLOW UP SERVICES
Follow up services are scheduled to re-bait the runs or to check the traps. We may need to flag or mark the runs to identify activity on the follow-up services. Follow up service visits are typically spaced one week apart.
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Where Moles Are On Your Property
Moles are only subterranean and live exclusively in your soil. They create complex tunnels, and as a result, can cause considerable damage.
Schedule for Services
Moles do not hibernate, however they typically go below the frost-line during the winter months. As a result, Regal Pest Control offers mole removal services, typically, from April through October. This schedule may vary slightly due to the weather. There may be available service dates from November through March, so please contact us to see if we are currently offering mole control during these colder months.
Why Choose Regal?
See why thousands of Michigan homeowners and businesses have chosen Regal Pest Control as their pest management provider.
We are a locally-owned and family-operated company. We’ve proudly serviced Southeast Michigan residents for 20 years.
Unmatched Customer Service
Customer service is an integral part of our formula in providing a premium service. Service that’s fast, friendly and responsive.
No Long-Term Contracts
We offer service programs to protect your home or business. Solutions without the long-term contract attached.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. All of our technicians are licensed through the State of Michigan. Many of our technicians carry several different categories on-top of their base certification.
Yes. All of our technicians are fully insured.
Founded in 2000 right here in Michigan, Regal Pest Control has been servicing Southeast Michigan for 20 years now!
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Yes. We offer a $50 discount for every new homeowner or business you refer to us, when that homeowner or business receives and pays for their service. There’s no limit to the number of referral credits you can receive. For more information, see our customer referral program here. Some limitations may apply and Regal Pest Control can cancel the referral program at any time.
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