Voles often deal the most damage during the winter. Their damage is pretty easy to sort out, and it should be noted that vole damage is not mole damage. Vole damage usually consists of half-dollar size holes, small tracks laid out like a roadmap in your lawn and bark gone from the shrubs in your landscaping.
Congratulations to Linda Clifford on a free Vole Control in the Beds! Molebusters, offers free services monthly to people who “like” us on Facebook. Vole C0ntrol is a granular repellent that is laid down and used to deter voles from terrorizing your landscaping.
Like us on Facebook for more information and a chance to win!
Changed, But Not Forgotten
10 years later, Molebusters still prides itself on utilizing small business practice to ensure high quality customer service and care. We still do return every single phone call and email promptly. We have even extended this service to now include courtesy calls before each service. Molebusters doesn’t take any shortcuts when it comes to delivering premier customer service.
MoleBusters received another Super Service Award. This is a great honor for our company. We are very proud of this achievement and would like to thank all of our customers for recognizing our hard work.
95% of the contractors on Angie’s List do not receive this award. We are truly blessed to stand out among the crowd.
To Spiders! Sorry, Not What You Were Hoping For?
Many studies show that you are within 10 feet of a spider at any given time!
Sleep Tight 😀
How much wood would a woodchuck chuck? Cornell University actually spent the time to find out that it would be 700 pounds. That is our tax dollars hard at work.
This month is currently our 3rd rainiest month we have ever had. The last month that had more rain than this April was in June, 117 years ago.
This was a nice 2 for 1 suprise.
Congratulations to Jeffrey Miller who won a free vole repellent in his bark beds in our monthly Facebook drawing. To be entered in our drawing, all you have to do is Like our facebook page.
We trapped our first mole of 2013. In fact, it is our first mole we ever trapped in the month of January.