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mole control

Moles are capable of destroying a lawn in a short amount of time and, unfortunately, little can be done to keep them from entering your property.

The good news is that once you notice them, they can be eradicated, however it is a continuous process that requires maintenance.

Many people get confused by all the conflicting “advice” on mole control and are willing to try almost anything to get rid of an issue on their property. The fact about moles is they are woodland animals in nature, but they are capable of quickly colonizing – spreading through adjacent residential properties if not handled properly. And, the longer moles are allowed to tunnel, the more difficult they become to control.

Throughout the season, mole activity will come and go… new moles will even move into existing deserted tunnels, making it confusing for homeowners trying to resolve the problem on their own. This here today, gone tomorrow behavior is probably the root of most misconceptions that make home remedies and do-it-yourself pest control products seem credible.

Our Mole Control Program



We use underground bait, reducing the risk of injury to children and pets.



We offer three different programs, so you can choose the one that best fits your needs.



Just like it sounds, it works!

Did You Know?

  • A mole’s primary food source is earthworms.
  • Moles will consume over 40 pounds of worms and insects per year.
  • Moles need to eat every 3-4 hours, otherwise they will starve to death.
  • It only takes 90 minutes for a mole to completely digest their food.
  • Moles do not hibernate.
  • A mole can dig at a rate of 18 feet per hour, exerting force 32 times their body weight!

If you are having mole issues, contact Tender Lawn Care. Our skilled, experienced technicians will help keep your lawn looking its best with our proven mole control services.