Mole Catcher Sunningdale

Mole Catcher
Sunningdale

Need a Mole Catcher in Sunningdale? DKG Pest Control Ltd have 3 mole catchers in Berkshire and Hampshire, using only traditional mole catching methods. We’re able to quickly, safely and effectively remove any mole infestation without the use of gassing compounds or chemicals. All of our mole catchers are registered with the BMCR & APMC. Mole catching is a fine art and can for the novice become very frustrating and costly! Dean's granddad was a mole catcher starting in 1929 in Wokingham, he used to clear the railway embankments of moles and rabbits and eventually catching moles for domestic home owners and farms in the area. He taught Robin (Dean's Dad) and Dean how to catch moles on a large scale, and that’s how we have got the reputation we have today! We will take on any mole clearance from single moles in domestic lawns, schools, golf courses or thousands of acres of farm land. If you have a mole damaging your lawns, mole trapping will be the only method that brings success.

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To book a Mole Catcher in Sunningdale
 call: 01189 680 841

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DKG Pest Control Ltd have been providing a professional Mole Catching service to Domestic and Commercial clients in Sunningdale since 2008, over this time our Mole Catchers have earned themselves a great reputation!

Facts About
Moles
Mole Catchers in Sunningdale

If you'd like to know a little more about moles, their life, and how they live please click the button below.

Mole Catching
Process

Contact Pest Control

Simply call or e-mail our Berkshire office, Laura or Claire will give you any advice required and book an appointment for our mole catcher to visit at a time to suit you.

Site Visit

Our mole catcher in Sunningdale will survey the mole infestation to identify approximate mole population, and provide either a per mole fee or a fixed price mole clearance.

Mole Control

Our mole catchers only use traditional mole catching methods to control any mole infestation, our mole catchers will only use the highest quality traps that are regularly tuned and replaced. This ensures we are operating our mole control services as humanely as possible. Our mole catchers have a great reputation in the local area, clearing huge areas super quick!

After Care

If you choose our mole catchers to clear your mole infestation you can rest assured your mole clearance will be carried out quickly, professionally and humanely. If we don't catch a mole you will get your money back!

 
Mole Catcher FAQ's

How far can moles dig?

Moles can dig up to 20m of tunnels a day (up to 18feet/minute) and leave mounds of earth on the surface (molehills). They also dig out large chambers, which they line with dry grass for resting. Once made, mole tunnels are often used by several generations.

How many moles are in the mole tunnels?

Moles are solitary animals, and will only come together in early spring when the male moles are allowed to move into the female moles territory. They remain together for only a few hours, after which they once again go their separate ways. After mating the female gives birth to a litter of up to five young during the summer.

What do moles eat?

Moles eat mostly earthworms and other insect larvae, however have also been known to eat lizards and tiny snakes. A 5oz mole can eat approximately 50lbs on earthworms per year.

What should I do with the mole hills?

Once the mole has been caught it is best to rake the mole hills flat over the area, this soil has been excavated by the mole from directly around the mole hills. If you remove this soil from that area, it will cause they ground to become even more uneven!

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Pest Control Surveys

Our pest control technician will carry out a survey of your property to identify the type of pest and infestation level. This information will help us select the quickest and most effective treatments available. Our pest control technicians carry See Snake inspection cameras with recording facilities to access hard to reach places.

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Pest Control
Treatments

Whether you have insects, rodents or mammals, our pest control technician will select the best treatment for your infestation. This treatment will be carried out by a trained professional with only the best products on the market! All equipment is maintained to a high level and most importantly, the treatment will be carried out safely! Tailored to your properties exact requirements.

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Pest Control
Shield

Our pest control technician will give detailed proofing recommendations as part of the initial survey. Proofing works can be carried out by our technicians or by your maintenance team.

Proofing is the most important component to a successful pest control treatment, and helps protect your property from future pest infestations.

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Pest Control Monitoring

Monitoring is an important part of pest control, with the industry moving ever more in the direction of non-toxic treatments. The use of non-toxic rodent monitors is a great way to ensure your property remains rodent free whilst minimising rodenticide exposure to the environment and non-target wildlife.

We provide rodent and insect monitoring for domestic and commercial clients.

Mole Control
Facts & Information

(Talpa europaea)

 

Appearance:
The mole has very distinctive looks. Moles have a rounded body, velvety, black –silvery grey fur, spade-like front claws, a short, furry tail, tiny eyes and a pink, pointed snout. An adult mole can reach 16cm and weight up to 128g.

 

Distribution:
Moles are found throughout mainland Britain, but not Ireland, wherever the soil is deep enough for tunneling. Moles are often considered pests by gardeners, golfers and farmers.

 

Habitat:
Moles live underground, tunneling up to 20m a day, up to 18feet/minute and leaving mounds of earth on the surface – molehills. They also dig out large chambers, which they line with dry grass for resting. Once made, mole tunnels are often used by several generations.

 

Where will I see a mole?

You might find molehills throughout the garden - they are especially conspicuous on the lawn and in flower beds. Moles like to follow ditches and hedge lines. Also in woods, fields, grassland and parks.

 

When will I see a mole?

Moles are rarely seen above ground. Sometimes you can see the mole working, you can see this when the mounds of earth start moving in the center as the mole pushes more earth to the surface. Molehills usually appear throughout April, May, June, July, August, September and October.

 

Habits and Biology:
Moles contain twice as much blood and red hemoglobin as other mammals of similar size, allowing the mole to breathe easily in its underground tunnels where there is higher levels of carbon dioxide. Moles have developed very strong powerful front limbs with large paws designed for digging. Their eyes and ears are almost invisible due to the living in dark tunnels, instead moles have lots of sensors over their bodies in the form of whiskers helping them find their food. Moles are active by day and by night, almost continuously digging their tunnels and searching for food. They are active for about four hours at a time and then rest for a similar length of time. A mole will die of starvation if it does not eat every few hours.

 

Breeding Habits of a Mole:
Moles are solitary animals, and will only come together in February when the male moles are allowed to move into the female moles territory. They remain together for only a few hours, after which they once again go their separate ways. After mating the female gives birth to a litter of up to five young during the summer.

During April and May the young are born in an extra-large molehill, built by the mother and known as a fortress. This is usually on high ground. There are usually 4 baby moles in a litter, and they are both naked and blind. At 14 days the young have fur and their eyes open after 22 days. After 5 or 6 weeks they leave the nest and move above ground in order to find their own territories. The average life span of a mole is around four years.

 

A Mole's Diet:
Moles diet consists mainly of earthworms and insect larvae. However have also been known to eat lizards and tiny snakes. A 5oz mole can eat approximately 50lbs on earthworms per year.

 

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Wokingham

Berkshire

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Berkshire 01189 680 841

Hampshire 01252 560 450

Surrey 01932 300 177

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Service areas include but not limited to:

Aldermaston, Ascot, Binfield, Bracknell, Bray, Burchett's Green, Caversham, Chieveley, Colnbrook, Compton, Cookham, Crowthorne, Datchet, Finchampstead, Hungerford, Henley, Hurley, Lambourn, Maidenhead, Marlow, Newbury, Oakley Green, Pangbourne, Reading, Sandhurst, Sindlesham, Slough, Speen, Spencers Wood, Sulhamstead, Sunningdale, Sunninghill, Swallowfield, Thatcham, Theale, Twyford, Upper Bucklebury, Wargrave, Wickham, Windsor, Wokingham, Woodley, Wraysbury.

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Hampshire

Service areas include but not limited to:

Aldershot, Alresford, Alton, Andover, Ash, Barton Stacey, Basingstoke, Baughurst, Bentley, Bentworth, Bordon, Bramdean, Bramshill, Crondall, Crookham, Dogmersfield, Eversley, Farnborough, Fleet, Hartley Wintney, Heckfield, Hook, Odiham, Old Basing, Petersfield, Rotherwick, Silchester, Tadley, Twyford, Upper Froyle, Winchfield, Yateley.

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Service areas include but not limited to:

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Service areas include but not limited to:

Cholsey, Didcot, Goring On Thames, Henley On Thames, Mapledurham, Peppard Common, Rotherfield Peppard, Sonning, Sonning Common, Sonning Eye, Stoke Row, Wantage.