Michigan Moles are Back in Action

June 04, 2013 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle News
Grand Rapids, MI - Tuff Turf Molebusters (TTM) is now offering mole control in the Metro Detroit area. Many people may not be aware of what moles are; they are small burrowing animals, about a few inches in length that do not hibernate and can dig at the rate of 17 feet per hour under your lawn. Moles breed in the spring, which makes it the ideal time to contact a mole control professional.

TTM's mole control experts go through a 12 step process to evaluate and execute a plan for your current situation. Direct trapping and baits that are toxic to moles are two techniques they use to stop moles from destroying lawns and gardens.

"We've appreciated your help last year, and if we have any issues we will certainly call you first. You guys were awesome getting rid of the moles last time," said client, Anne Markoski.

The longer moles are allowed to burrow, the more difficult they become to control. Because moles have twice as much blood as other mammals of similar size, they are able to breathe underground. This quality is what allows them to keep hidden underground for long periods of time. Baiting them out of their tunnels might sound tempting, but leave it to the experts at TTM to get the job done.

About Tuff Turf Molebusters

Tuff Turf Molebusters is based in western Michigan and has been specializing in lawn fertilizing, animal control, and pest solutions since 1993. They have recently expanded and are now providing mole control services in the Metro Detroit area.

For more information and a free, quick estimate from Turf Tuff Molebusters call 616.554.9499, or visit www.tuffturfmolebusters.com.