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You may be wondering how many to
purchase. Each unit is rated to cover 9000 sq.
ft. This is a circle with a radius of about 54 ft.,
but over the years we have learned that if the customer
will get more that the calculations show they will be more
successful. The old saying "If a little bit
will do a little bit of good , then a whole lot will do a
whole lot of good" is true in this case.
That is the reason we offer a
control without poison bait, mole traps or
mole control is fast, safe and effective.
pay nothing if these devices fail to get
rid of your moles. Give us a try!
We know, all companies
make various claims about their products. Who do you
believe? We say, believe your own
experience. The point is, if this device solves
your problem we are both happy, but if it fails you return
the product and pay nothing. We don't just want to sell
you a product one time. We want you to be pleased with our
products and service so you will recommend us to your
friends and family.
if you are taking pesticides into your body? If you touch
the chemical almost all pesticides will absorb very
rapidly through the skin into the blood stream. If you can
smell the pesticide, rest assured that a some is getting into your blood stream through you upper
respiratory mucosal membrane. We are constantly told how
safe these chemicals are, but in the second breath told
not to breath them, not to touch them, don't ingest them
and lock them up safely away from our pets and children.
Now, how safe do you really believe them to be?
is the most effective method of getting rid of moles, but
it requires a lot of hard work, patience and luck.
Trapping moles is more of an art than a science.
Believe me it is no cake walk trapping those little
poison bait to the mole
can be used, but in many states it is illegal and
dangerous. If you use pesticides to rid your
yard of the worms and insect that the moles eat they will
leave. It would take a lot of chemicals and you
would need to treat the area several time per season.
There is a certain amount of risk to your health and the
Low frequency sonic
mole repelling devises
can be used to drive the moles out of your yard. Ok,
I admit that I have a vested interest in recommending this
device to you. We sell them with the intention of
making a profit. They
really do work!
the benefits we hope to provide to you.
1. Keep in mind we offer a Free trial. Review the complete policy by clicking the
Free trial Policy link in the left column.
If it solves your
problem we both will be happy.
2. You will not have to use poison bait or pesticides
around you home or family.
3. Your lawn will look great and you will not have that
pesky damage everywhere.
4. We promise that our service will be prompt and
courteous. Our goal is 110% customer service
history about the Mole.
are pests that inhabit most areas of the world with the
few exceptions of Australia, Greenland, Antarctica, and
parts of South America. They are burrowing insectivores
about the size of chipmunks. There are about 30
species of moles ranging from 4" (10 cm) to 9"
(23 cm) in length. All moles share a few common habits -
they eat worms, insects and their larvae, and some roots
just under the surface of the
They become a garden problem because of their voracious
appetite for earthworms and earthworms are essential for a
healthy garden. Moles can be a garden resource as well
because they also eat grubs and other soil insect pests. A
mole consumes about half its weight in earthworms and
insects each day. They are powerful tunnelers. Moles build
tunnels to find their food and they maintain these tunnels
while patrolling them in their search for it. With the use
of their powerful forefeet, each armed with five strong
claws used to shear the soil, moles can literally swim
through the loose soil found in flower beds and vegetable
gardens while searching for prey. A single mole is capable
of digging over sixty feet of tunnel in one day and this
could result in as many as two hundred ugly mounds over
the course of the Autumn and Winter months! -- All this
mess from just one pest! They are solitary most of
the year but travel in mating pairs during the breeding
season. They usually have a litter of 3 during spring and
being mammals, the mothers nurse their young. A mole will
patrol its territory, or "encampment", and mark
the area where it is active by laying a trail of liquid
scent in order to discourage trespassers. However, if a
tunnel is abandoned, another mole will be happy to take
over the territory! All this would be fine except moles
get rid of the dirt by pushing it up in ugly mounds onto
the surface of your lawns and gardens to keep their
tunnels clean! The clue to their presence is the large,
volcano-like molehills that they push up from their tunnel
runs. When viewed from above, molehills are circular with
the tunnel plug in the center. Gopher mounds, on the other
hand, are fan shaped with the tunnel plug near an outside
edge. There is an abundance of information available
regarding moles. However, you and I can no doubt agree
that, whatever else we may know about moles and their
habits/needs, we are NOT happy with the mess they make of
our land! -- So why live with it when it is a relatively
simple task to get rid of moles?