Mole Control

By: G B Estate Services  17/03/2011
Keywords: Mole, Mole Control, Humane Pest Control

I use the best traps available, which despatch the mole instantly and have never caught a mole where this has not been the case, the traps are designed to catch moles only and are completely underground and covered so pose no threat to children, pets, or other animals.

I am that confident I can solve your mole problem that I offer a strict no mole, no fee policy-so, unless I catch you mole, you pay nothing!

It is often overlooked that not taking prompt action when you first discover any new mole activity usually results in a larger area being damaged which costs more overall.

There is no call out charge and I don't charge VAT and remember no mole, no fee, so call now for a free no obligation site survey and quote.

As a member of the British Traditional Molecatchers Register and the   , GB Estate Services is experienced in quick, safe and humane mole control.

We have no call out fee and don't charge VAT. All work is covered by full public liability insurance up to £5 million. References are available on request.

And remember, no mole, no fee, so call us now for a free no obligation site survey and quote.

07766 132934           01285 770968         [email protected]

Keywords: Catcher, Humane Pest Control, Mole, mole catching, Mole Control, Mole Hills, Mole Trap, molecatcher, prevent mole, prevent moles, prevent rabbit, rabbit control, Squirrel Control,

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