Get Rid of Voles Today!
You don’t see those little vermin tearing up your lawn and garden, but you know they’re there and you want them gone. With Rainbow Pest Experts’ Vole Service, those voles will be out of your yard and out of your life. Contact our experts today!
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What Can You Expect With Our Vole Service?
Like many other outdoor pests, voles can potentially be difficult to get rid of on your own as they can come in from neighboring yards and they are rapid breeders. With our Vole Service, our experts will:
- Conduct a thorough inspection of the exterior of your home to determine how the voles are traveling on your property and where they are seeking shelter.
- Install tamper proof bait stations with a rodenticide bait that locks shut and require a special key to open. The bait is also secured to a rod or placed in a reservoir so they can’t be shaken out.
Are Voles Harmful?
Voles are mostly herbivores, eating a variety of plants, bulbs, roots, tubers and tree bark and roots in the fall and winter. These critters are more likely to do damage to your lawn and garden plants that do you any harm. However, like most rodents, voles are host to various disease carrying pests such as fleas, mites, and ticks. The insects that they carry are carriers of diseases that can potentially be deadly to you, your family, and your pets.
Can I Get Rid Of Voles Myself?
Voles are extremely prolific reproducers, active 24 hours a day and active year round making them quite difficult to control as a do-it-yourself when you have large populations established. There are however, so steps you can take to assist in minimizing the population of voles in your yard.
- Keep grass mowed and bushes trimmed.
- Remove wood debris that provides hiding places for voles.
- Keep the ground around bird feeders clean or completely remove them.
By combining these steps with professional help will provide the best and most successful results.
Additional Vole Facts
- Voles are mostly herbivorous, feeding on a variety of grasses, herbaceous plants, bulbs, and tubers. They eat bark and roots of trees, usually in fall or winter.
- Active day and night, year round.