Here are some interesting facts about moles that I bet you didn’t know:
1) Moles are not rodents. They belong to the mammalian Order Soricomorpha which is the same as shrews and hedgehogs.
2) Their primary food source is earthworms.
3) Moles create two different tunnel systems. The subsurface runways and the deep runways.
4) Moles can create up to 100ft of tunneling in a day.
5) A typical “infestation” of moles is only 1-3 moles per acre of land.
As you can see, it doesn’t take a lot of moles to create a lot of damage. Their constant tunneling wreaks havoc on lawns. Often, once the problem moles have been eliminate you will find new moles that have taken over that once occupied territory.
Abandoned pools like this one quickly become breeding grounds for mosquitoes. Most sources of water can harbor mosquito eggs and larvae.
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Pest control can be extremely challenging at times. Not only are we dealing with acts of nature, we need to make sure every product we use is safe but also effective to solve a stubborn pest problem.
We strive to stay up to date with pest biology through constant training opportunities, as well as keep up with the latest technology with tools and products.
A “simple” ant job can cost thousands of dollars in training and equipment to complete. The behind the scenes stuff tends to get over looked, but you can be sure there is plenty going on. Like all professional fields there is more than meets the eye.
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How not to set a mouse snap trap. You can almost feel the frustration of the technician that did this. Previous company was having trouble getting mice under control and I understand why. Training is important in this industry. Call us to fix your rodent infestations.