Control Moles with Lawn Doctor of Fairfield County and Westchester County
Moles are constantly on the hunt for food, searching day and night for earthworms, beetles, grubs, ants and cicadas. They have a very high metabolic rate, which requires them to eat 50 to 100 percent of their body weight each day. Mole damage appears as raised tunneling or soft spots in the turf often referred to as mole hills, which resemble an eruption of soil through the turf. Lawn Doctor of Fairfield County and Westchester County offers a selection of Mole Control Programs that provide economical and effective ways to reduce future turf damage caused by moles, and to maintain the quality landscape you want for your home.