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Professional Liverpool Mole Trapping

Our personal health, economy and ecology are often affected by pests present in our lives. That’s why Young’s pest control would like to offer you their services in stopping them. We have a variety of pests that we control, they include a wide variety of insect and animals. Amongst the services, we offer is Liverpool mole trapping since moles are very difficult to be controlled without experience.

Moles and their characteristics
Mole in a molehill
There are around 30 species of mole, but the most common ones in England are Talpa Europaea. Moles are mammals with sharp teeth and a snout. The snout helps it to move in their dark tunnels since it gives the mole most of its sensory information.

Moles, usually, have a cylindrical body. They have far, small eyes and ears that are very hard to see, and powerful reduced limbs with paws positioned for digging.

The basic need for a moles survival is the need for a network of tunnels. During heavy rains, the tunnels are known to collapse, especially if they are close to the surface. Their destructive nature calls for more control.

Moles habits and lifestyles
Moles have a specific diet consisting of earthworms. They are always hungry and are known to have an unsatisfied appetite due to their highly active life. They develop their activities during the day and at night.

Because of their lifestyle moles are grouped as agricultural pests. They have a tendency of contaminating silage with soil particles making it unpleasant to livestock.

Problems caused by moles
Mole mound
Moles can cause problems in agriculture. They can destroy agricultural machinery by exposing them to stones. Sometimes they disturb the soil and damage young plants. To make it easier for farmers, young’s pest control is offering affordable Liverpool mole trapping services.

Moles can also cause damage to lawns. They burrow lawns or raise molehills which end up killing the lawn. They could also dig for the plant roots and eat them, causing damage or death of the plant. This makes Liverpool mole trapping and controls very important for lawns to remain in good shape.

CONCLUSION
Due to changes in food supply moles have a habit of not staying in one place. They can abandon a hole when disturbed and return when least expected. They can also move back into older tunnels. This complicates mole control, leading to many ineffective home remedy or mole pest control methods.

Despite the difficulty in controlling them, Young’s pest control is highly equipped and experienced to help you against them. For any help and advice, please don’t hesitate to call us.