Enquiries?    +27 87 238 1409  
Mole Pest Control Services by A'Africa

Mole Pest Control Services


Garden moles typically move into gardens from banks and woodlands adjacent to your yard. Since they are good swimmers, water does not prevent them from migrating in search of insects and worms.

Signs of an infestation: Moles heaps on fairways, and formal gardens are typically the only sign of mole infestation.

Risks: Moles heaps and can spoil lawns, fairways, sportsgrounds, formal gardens, turf and flower beds. As moles tunnel through the soil, they cause damage to roots and young plants. When they expose debris and stones that can damage lawn mowers and other machinery. 

Control Measures: A'Africa Pest Prevention offers a range of fast and effective pest control methods that target moles without posing a risk to your family and pets.

DIY: Most people use old wives tales to get rid of moles, such as pouring castor sugar down the tunnels, or flooding the tunnels with a hosepipe. There is no scientific support for these methods. Instead, reducing weeds and moss that are food sources for earthworms can help reduce food for moles and encourage them to migrate elsewhere.

 

Contact Us: Do you suspect a pest infestation? Get in touch with your nearest A’Africa Pest Prevention branch.

Get a Quote: Book an appointment with your local A'Africa Office to discuss your pest problem. If necessary, we will complete a survey and provide you with a free quote and recommendations.

Solutions: Once you have accepted the quote, our pest control technicians will come out to your property to apply the selected treatments at a time that suits you. We pride ourselves on providing a solution that is safe for your children, your pets and for the environment.

Aftercare:  A'Africa Pest Prevention provides guaranteed pest control solutions as well as advice to help prevent future infestations. We will visit your property as often as needed to fully resolve your pest infestation.

© Copyright A'Africa Pest Prevention 2019. All Rights Reserved.
No article or picture may be reproduced\published
without the written consent of A'Africa Pest Prevention.