How To Get Rid Of Moles - Gophers - Burrowing Rodents

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Ever wonder how to get rid of moles, gophers and other burrowing rodents? Our Mole repellers are the most humane and environmental friendly way of keeping gardens and lawns free of destructive ground rodents. Most underground rodents have poor eyesight, yet nature has given them a very acute sense of hearing and sensitivity to ground vibration. The Vibrasonic technology in our mole control products exploit this sensitivity to produce a penetrating sonic sound that irritates burrowing rodents and will send them scurrying away. We can show you how to get rid of moles, see our products below. Click on the picture of each mole repeller for more information.

We offer a variety of mole - gopher repellers. Choose the standard black plastic version for mild infestations. The metal body ones are more powerful. Solar power units are very economical as they save on battery replacement. Keep in mind that the solar mole repeller does not cover as large an area and you may require more units or a combination of solar and battery units to cover your yard. If you have very hard clay type soil please select the Clay Soil version.



7901 mole repeller on the grass. Photo also shows unit in the ground.

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Metal body mole gopher repeller.

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Mole Repeller: Penetrating sonic pulses of 300Hz at 15 second intervals irritate burrowing moles and gophers and send them scurrying away. This unit can be buried flush with your lawn, allowing easy mowing without detracting from your landscape. More Info

Sonic Mole Repeller: Metal body mole repeller stands up to tough outdoor conditions. Dual mode: Unit can last for 10 to 12 months when set for long life. Coverage: 11,250 sq. ft. Safe for pets. Super Sonic Mole chaser emits 300Hz. More Info

Best for clay or hard soil.

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Solar powered mole repeller.

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Clay Soil Molechaser: The state of the art Hard Soil Mole Repeller is the most advanced Molechaser available, providing up to 1/3 acre of coverage. Moles, gophers and other destructive burrowing rodents can't hide. A patented motor drive generates powerful vibrations that, though harmless to pets and humans, are irritating to rodents. More Info Solar Mole Repeller: One of our most popular mole chaser units, the Solar powered Mole Repeller chases unwanted burrowing rodents with the strongest and least expensive power available - the sun. Coverage: Approximately 7,500 sq. ft.  More Info

Solar Powered Clay Soil Molechaser: The state of the art Hard Soil Mole Repeller is now available Solar Powered.  Provides coverage up to a 1/3 of an acre.  Moles, gophers and other destructive burrowing rodents can't hide. The patented vibrasonic motor drives the rodents away and has generates powerful vibrations that, though harmless to pets and humans, are irritating to rodents. More Info

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Mole Damage:

Moles can do more than make a mess of your garden and lawn. They are known to tunnel under driveways, swimming pools, slab foundations, etc. thereby weakening the overlying structure. Under most conditions such damage is not covered by insurance and can run into the thousands of dollars. Learn how to get rid of moles. It is always better to stop moles before they become established.

 


How Tunnels Multiply:

Moles build a nest burrow and several tunnels branching off from it. From these main tunnels, deeper underground, moles dig several side tunnels which rise towards the surface. Further temporary tunnels are dug from side tunnels. These tunnels are what the mole uses to look for food. Temporary tunnels are just under the surface of the soil. Moles seldom reuse temporary tunnels preferring to dig new ones in their voracious search for food. In your yard or garden you are most likely to encounter dirt raised above ground level which look like ridges. This is certain evidence of mole activity.