Each mole trapping requires at least two visits – one to set the traps and a return visit to inspect the traps. Usually the first setting of traps is successful, but on some occasions subsequent visits are required as moles can be very canny and avoid the traps. On rare occasions, the mole leaves the territory and no mole is caught. In this case no charge is made.
Moles live alone in their territories, so usually only one mole is caught. However, it is possible to have two or more territories in a large garden or paddock. If a mole vacates a territory, this can be re-inhabited by another mole. This can occur quite soon or some months/years after the resident mole has been caught.
I only use approved specialist mole traps and mole trapping methods The most effective and legal mole traps are those that kill humanely and instantly.
The mole traps must be set with care and skill to ensure the mole is trapped humanely and does not suffer. This is a legal requirement and can only be ensured by employing a professional mole trapper who understands mole habits, their environment and by using the correct, properly made and maintained mole-trapping equipment.
Moles cause considerable damage and subsequent problems:-
Areas including Seal, Dunton Green, Otford, Shoreham, Biggin Hill, Eynesford, West Kingsdown, Southborough, Penshurst, Wrotham, Borough Green, Plaxtol, West Malling, Kings Hill, East Peckham, Tonbridge and Pembury.
Most areas within Surrey including Sanderstead,
Chaldon, Nethene-on-the-Hill and Croydon.
Call the expert on for a no-obligation quote:
Landline: 0208 462 8974
Mobile: 07983 807148
Ben is available 7 days a week and operates on a 'NO MOLE - NO FEE' basis.