Safe and Effective Mole Control Services for Commercial & Residential Property in Broken Arrow, Bixby, Jenks & Tulsa. Trapping Services Starting at Just $199.00*
Mole Control and Trapping Services Starting at Just $199.00*** Broken Arrow, Bixby, Coweta, Jenks and Tulsa
EnviroTech Exterminating offers Safe and Effective Mole Control Services to commercial and residential property owners. Our mole program is available in Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Bixby, Coweta and Jenks metro areas. EnviroTech can help keep your yard looking beautiful. We offer professional trapping services for all sorts of pests. Don’t let a mole problem ruin the yard you work so hard to keep beautiful. Call (918) 282-7621 Today for an estimate or to schedule service.
General Information on Moles and Gophers
Moles and Gophers can sometimes be confused for one another since they both leave mounds of dirt in yards. These pests, however, are different and are both present for different reasons.
Moles: Believe it or not, moles can be beneficial in that they do aerate the soil but they leave mounds of dirt and trails through the yard as they tunnel. This tunneling can cause a yard to be soft and destroy the root systems of grass leaving your yard damaged. They kill off the grass along the runs as the roots are no longer in the soil but in a tunnel where the roots cannot get any nutrients. Runs can make a nice green yard look like a yard filled with rivers of dead grass. The runs can be made worse as water fills them and creates sink holes, exit holes and other Mole related yard damage.
Moles are highly active year round and are constantly looking for food. These pests can burrow through the ground and move freely from yard to yard. They can go under slabs like a driveway, a sidewalk or a patio. You may even be sharing Moles with your neighbors.
Moles hunt down earth worms. They may also eat grubs and other insects. Killing off the grubs and insects will not reduce the main food source for moles.
Gophers: These pests eat away at plant roots destroying vegetation. They are vegetarian and love eating roots of freshly planted plants. Gophers reproduce rapidly and when one dies off another usually takes its place. They are very destructive killing off plants and root systems. These pests leave huge mounds and ruin the look of a yard.
Voles: There is another yard pest that gets little attention. A Vole lives its life eating on root systems in yards. They also love to eat bark on trees, bulbs, vegetables and they store seed and other food in the ground. Voles are also called Meadow Mice. Voles are just as much a problem as moles and gophers. The metro area is filled with massive numbers of infestations in the Broken Arrow, Jenks and Bixby metro area.
Moles and Gophers
- Moles leave a volcano-shaped mound with an exit hole in the center.
- Gopher mounds are shaped like crescents or fans, with the exit hole to the side of the mound.
- Moles burrow just below the surface, so tunnels are often visible.
- Gophers dig down as much as 6 ft. for nesting and food storage.
- Gophers eat underground parts of garden plants.
- Moles eat grubs, soil-dwelling insects and earthworms but damage plant roots with their extensive tunneling.
- Moles can carry fleas which can infest a yard.
The Broken Arrow, Jenks and Bixby metro area is filled with Moles and Gophers. These animals thrive in the sandy loam soil. The closer to the Arkansas River you get, the worse it seems the varmint problem is. Take a drive down 121st, 131st between Jenks, Bixby and Broken Arrow and look around at the ditches on each side of the road. The evidence of these pests is everywhere. You will see mole runs, mole mounds, gopher mounds in all these areas including the entire south Tulsa metro. The problem even can be seen further east in Coweta. These pests are not confined to these areas. They are just the local areas hit hardest by these pests.
Yards provide moles numerous beneficial bugs, grubs and worms, it’s a mole buffet. These insects are vital to your yard’s health keeping a yard balanced and healthy but they can attract the pests that also destroy a yard. The plants and shrubs provide food for gophers, the worms, grubs and insects feed the moles. Thousands upon thousands of yards in the Tulsa, Jenks, Bixby and Broken Arrow metro are filled with millions of these pests.
What can be done about a Mole or Gopher problem? Trapping Services Starting at Just $199.00*
EnviroTech’s Mole Control Program may consist of trapping, baiting and use of commercial grade repellants. This program starts at just $199.00* for smaller to average size yards and includes initial setup. A per animal fee may also apply. Estimates are based on a number of factors including yard size and level of infestation. Every yard is different and each infestation my need to be dealt with in a different manner.
- EnviroTech will evaluate the property
- Determine the level of infestation
- Discuss goals you have for this problem
- Advise of possible longer term solutions
- We pay special attention to areas surrounding or near your affected property.
- No matter how little or how bad the infestation we will work with you to find the right solution for this pest problem.
If you desire ongoing control and services for these pest we have programs available to help effectively in controlling these pests. If you want a current mole issue dealt with, we can help with our professional trapping services. Results may vary depending on soil type and level of infestation.
Our Mole services are available to residential and commercial property owners/managers in Broken Arrow, Bixby, Coweta, Jenks and Tulsa. Call EnviroTech today at (918) 282-7621 to get an estimate and begin service.
EnviroTech Exterminating offers a wide range of Pest Control Services including Nuisance Wildlife Removal in Broken Arrow, Bixby and Jenks, Oklahoma. Pictures are actual mole infested yards. Results may differ from yard to yard based on infestation levels, soil types and clients goals.