Mole Trapping & Mole Control

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When we get called out for Mole Trapping & Mole Control jobs we find the first step in the process is managing expectations.  Oftentimes customers suspect they have hundreds of thousands of moles in their yard, based upon damage, when they discover it is one or two moles they almost seem disappointed.

With our mole exterminating service, we strive to be the best with removing moles from your yard! Call us for a free consultation.

We are extremely successful at trapping the moles and removing the little destructive mammals. Moles are active year round, though they tend to be most active in the spring and fall. Generally, moles will create surface tunnels 6 to 12 inches below the ground. During the winter, moles burrow deeper into the soil as their food source burrows deeper.  We do not trap moles in the colder months since our traps are designed for just under the surface.


We charge a FLAT RATE TRAPPING FEE for One (1) week of mole trapping. There is NO set up fee, NO per animal fee. The trapping fee is all inclusive: Five (5) trips out every single day to set the traps, check the traps and to remove any moles trapped.  It is the law in the State of Georgia that the traps are checked every single day – No exceptions.

Daily trap checking is important for many reasons: 1) It’s the law, 2) It enables us to make the most out of your trapping dollars by our Professional Wildlife Technicians having the opportunity to reposition any traps that are not productive and rebaiting if necessary – after all a trap with a mole in it cannot catch another mole.


– We have to inspect the property to determine the best location of trap.

– We use lethal traps only that are very effective and humane.  We cannot cage trap & relocate a mole – it is not an option.

Call us (678)935-5900

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Since our company has expanded to now allow us to offer licensed household pest control services, we have created a new webpage to accommodate both wildlife & pest control.  Feel free to visit that page dedicated to mole trapping at