Squirrels in the Attic: What Do They Do Up There?

Squirrel-removalIt’s amazing how cute squirrels can look when they scuttle up trees, because if squirrels are in your attic, they are terror on four legs. Despite the havoc squirrels can cause in a home’s attic, determining whether you have a squirrel problem in the area can be rather difficult. The animals are often skittish and out of sight, but the damage they cause in attics escapes no one’s eye. Below is a list of what squirrels tend to do when they take up residence in the attic of a home.

Chewed Electrical Wires
Squirrels don’t like the taste of plastic wire coverings, much lest the taste of wires the coverings protect. However, they will chew through both materials if they feel the materials inhibit their ability to form a permanent nest in the attic. If squirrels have infested your attic, we’ll implement the most effective solution to stop them.

Damaged Studs and Joists
Because wooden studs exist behind the wall surface, you may think that squirrels would find it cumbersome to inhabit interior wall spaces. Rest assured, they don’t. If necessary to facilitate movement through walls, squirrels will use their powerful teeth to gnaw right through wall studs. Of course, you could always have wood joists replaced with metal ones or ones that are made from tough composites, but these options are far more expensive that using an exterminator.

HVAC Equipment Damage
In some homes, crucial pieces of HVAC equipment are located in the attic space, particularly air handlers that produce cool air that “falls” as it travels through the residence. Depending how the equipment is configured and positioned, squirrels can have field day chewing through its wires and could potentially seek out nesting places in hollow areas inside the equipment housing. In the end, squirrels in the attic could  cause you will heafty bill for repairing HVAC damage.

Unsanitary Health Condition
When homeowners have squirrels in the attic, they often rush to put mesh wire around attic vents to keep the animals from entering, but that won’t do anything about squirrels already inside. Once a squirrel has marked your home as their, they will whatever it take to gain access again. This is why you have to resolve an issue before making any repairs. These squirrels will eventually die due to lack of sustenance, and turn your attic into a makeshift graveyard for the animals. Squirrels aren’t know for creating an unsanitary condition, but that is exactly what can happen if they start to die and decompose in your attic.

Plenty of Annoying Noise
Squirrels are similar to mice and rats in that they creating annoying scratching noises as they claw their way through walls and scamper across ceilings. If you hear these annoying noises at night, don’t call ghostbusters. Save your money and sanity and contact Holpers Pest & Animal Solutions. We have over 30 years of experience removing squirrels from the attics of homes and implementing solutions that help to ensure that the obnoxious problem doesn’t ever return.

Are Squirrels in Your Home?
If so, now is the time to put an end to the problem before your attic becomes the acorn capital of your neighborhood. One of the first signs that squirrels are present is the sound of them scuttling across ceilings and through walls. Many people mistake this as an indicator of a rat problem, but a professional pest and animal control company can tell the difference between the situations.

If you suspect squirrels in the attic are creating their own little neighborhood there, it’s important to be proactive about the problem and contact Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions to put together a plan to resolve the issue.
Whether you suspect that your home has squirrels in the attic or you know for a fact that squirrels are there, Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions will put together a plan of action to solve any issues you may be having.  To schedule a free inspection of your attic, call us at (314) 732-1413, or email us at info@holperspest.com.


Household Pests: Are Bats Dangerous?

Bats have polar reputations. They are known as blood sucking animals that can attack humans, but they are also known as great mosquito killers and killers of other annoying insects. In fact, some residential owners go so far as to build a bat house on their property in order to cut down inspect populations, but these homeowners could unwittingly cause themselves a bat problem, one that must be addressed by a professional pest company that specializes in bats removal.

Are Bats Dangerous?
Most bats in the U.S. feed on fruit and on insects, so there is a low chance that a bat would swoop in and bite your neck, turning you into one of the immortal undead. However, bats are known to behave erratically when they carry advanced rabies. In this situation, bats may uncommonly strike humans. When this happens, the person goes to the hospital to receive an extended regimen of anti-rabies injections that are rendered by long needles in the posterior.

Are bats dangerous? is also a question to ask for how they physically affect your home. They look for a warm place to roost in the winter, and nothing works quite as well as the insulated attic of a home. Once inside the home, bats cause other problems, such as producing voluminous amounts of feces that can build into large piles beneath positions where bats roost. At best, this is an unsanitary condition that can attract additional insects that feed on the feces. At worst, the guano could dry and release particulate matter that is breathed by those in the residence.

A third reason why bats can be dangerous is that they are hosts for what are known as ”bat bugs”. These bugs look similar to bed bugs, but you can tell the difference by observing them under a microscope. Although bat bugs prefer to draw blood from bats, they have no problem journeying into the human environment when the bat population doesn’t offer enough sustenance. This means that you, your family, and your pets could be hosts for the bugs.

Are bats dangerous? Considering all the havoc they could cause to your home, the answer is a resounding “yes”. This is why, for most people, hiring an exterminator is the best option.

Avoiding Bat Problems
Almost all inner home bat problems start with bats invading the residence in one way or another. One of the most popular places of entry is through unsecured attic spaces that have ventilation windows through which bats can easily fit. Bats can also squeeze through the small openings, where the eave of the house meets the attic space. It only take about ½” of space for bats to gain entry, so it’s imperative to take outside control measures that concern exterior entry points.

Securing your home against household pests such as bat infestations may take a bit of work, but when you consider the potential negative fallout of a bat infestation, the investment is worth it. To discuss bat removal methods and schedule a free inspection of your home to see if it has a bat problem, call us at (314) 732-1413, or email us at info@holperspest.com. We look forward to banishing your bat problem, and you help develop a friendlier response to the question: Are bats dangerous?


Asian Lady Beetles Vs. Ladybugs: How Do They Differ?

Asian lady beetles and ladybugs share quite a few similarities. In addition to coming from the same kingdom and phylum, they also share the same class and order. The insects also look somewhat similar, being roughly the same size and having characteristic dots on top of their shell. However, there are also some distinctive differences between the similar looking bugs.

Physical Differences
The most prominent physical difference between the insects is found on top of their shell. On the portion of the shell that covers the head, Asian lady beetles have markings that appear to form a “W”. Shell color also differs. The shell of an Asian lady beetle is yellowish orange and may not have distinct spots, whereas the shell of a ladybug is red and almost always features black spots.

Body size is another difference. An Asian lady beetle often reaches a length of 7 mm, but a mature lady bug typically reaches a length of 8 to 10 mm. The difference in length is often unnoticeable to the naked eye. Consequently, identifying Asian lady beetles based on their unique markings and color is the generally the best way for homeowners to determine whether the bugs are present.

Behavioral Differences
The biggest behavioral difference between Asian lady beetles and ladybugs is that the former hibernate during cold weather. The hibernation is precipitated by another difference between the insects: Asian lady beetles commonly swarm at the end of the warm season, often congregating on the exterior of light colored houses, particularly on surfaces that receive plenty of sunlight.

The congregation of the insects on the exterior of a home is typically how an Asian lady beetle infestation begins. Although the insects don’t infest a structure in search of food, as ants and roaches do, the will infest a residence in search of a warm place to hibernate for the winter.

Another behavioral difference between ladybugs and Asian lady beetles is the tendency of the
latter to bite humans. Strangely, the bite of an Asian lady beetle rarely seems to be defensive.

Rather, the insects seem to have a natural proclivity to bite the flesh of those on whom they land. The bite of the insect is not very painful, but it can be highly annoying when it starts to happen regularly.

Historical Differences
Unlike the red shelled insect we call a ladybug, the Asian lady beetle didn’t come to American soil naturally. It was purposefully introduced. According to the College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment at the University of Kentucky, “The U.S. Department of Agriculture attempted to establish the Asian lady beetle to control agricultural pests, especially of pecans and apples.”

Asian lady beetles still work well for this purpose, as they dine on pests that enjoying devouring pecans, apples, and other cash crops. However, the protection they offer crops comes at a price: When cold weather hits, the insects are likely to invade the nearest structure that provides warmth. That structure might be a utility shed on a farm, but it could also be your residence.

Have an Asian Lady Beetle Problem?
For homeowners, knowing the difference between the seasonal occurrence of a few Asian lady beetles in the home and a full-blown infestation can be difficult. This is because the majority of an infestation is likely to be located in areas that are hidden away, such as attics, crawl spaces, and inside walls and ceilings. If you think that you have an Asian lady beetle problem in your home or building, Helper’s will perform a careful inspection and let you know the score.

To schedule a free inspection of your home or building for the presence of Asian lady beetles, call us today at (314) 732-1413, or email us at info@holperspest.com.


Pest Control Services: How to Prevent Squirrels From Invading a Home

Most homeowners don’t call pest control services to safe proof their home against squirrels until they have a squirrel problem. Damage to wall studs and floor joists, frayed electrical wires, and annoying scratching sounds coming from walls are just a few of the problems squirrels can cause when they live in your residence. But once the squirrels are eliminated, there are simple measures you can take to prevent the animals from re-entering your home and causing more carnage.

Secure Attic Vents
Attic vents with small openings keep the majority of flying or tree climbing animals from entering your attic. However, like mice and rats, squirrels can squeeze through some amazingly tight spaces to take up residence in a home. When it comes to preventing a squirrel infestation, this is why it can be quite helpful to have a provider of pest control services or a residential handyman affix wire in front of attic vents to prevent even the smallest animals from entering.

Repair Damaged Eaves
Depending on how your home is constructed, squirrels can also gain access to your attic through roof vents that have missing fascia covers. After enter a hollow eave, squirrels can ascend the rafter tail of the eave and journey through the truss until the reach a point that connects with the attic. If there are wooden boards blocking the point of entry, squirrels will chew right through them. They will also chew through other wood that gets in their way once they are in the attic.

Trim Long Tree Limbs
Squirrels can’t fly like birds, nor can they easily crawl horizontally across the underhang of a roof that is lined with aluminum siding. Consequently, the easiest way for the critters to gain access to the roof is to leap on it from tree limbs that overhang the roof. Trimming tree limbs that allow squirrels to reach the roof has an added bonus: It can help keep your gutters from filling up with leaves so quickly in autumn. A residential tree trimming company is the party for the job.

Remove Food Sources
Squirrels are like raccoons and possums in that they will gladly take advantage of unusual food that is accessible for them to consume. Having a full trash can or bird feeders near your house that attract squirrels doesn’t automatically mean they will end up in your home. However, the goal is to remove anything that could easily bring them close to the residence. A provider of pest control services can provide you with advice about the types of atypical food squirrels like to eat.

Have a Squirrel Problem?
If so, the sooner you call a provider of pest control services to fix the problem, the less damage will occur to your home, and the sooner you can look at your walls with the assurance that squirrels aren’t behind them. We use the most efficient methods to resolve any issues you may have. We also identify infestation prevention solutions such as the ones above. Call us today at (314) 732-1413, or email us at info@holperspest.com, to set up a free inspection.


The Best Ways to Avoid a Bat Infestation: Tips From Exterminators

There are two situations that occur in the pest removal industry concerning bats: how to remove bats after they infest a residence, and how to prevent them from infesting the residence again. There are plenty of strategies for both endeavors. In this entry, we take some time to discuss methods that you can use to avoid having bats infiltrate your residence in the first place. Below are a few of the best ways to avoid a bat infestation in your residence as cold weather moves in.

  1. Locates the Points of Entry

Taking this measure isn’t as easy as it sounds. Bats seldom invade holes in residences that are seen at eye level. Rather, they prefer to enter the roof or eaves that hang just beneath it. Locating points of bat entry can be difficult because they don’t appear to be entry points. For example, a 1/2” space between the eave and the underhang is an easy point of entry. Overall, the best approach is to hire an exterminator that knows the best ways to avoid a bat infestation.

  1. Install a Professional Bat House

Bat houses are similar to bird houses; they are specifically for their animal’s of choice to inhabit. Although bat houses can draw more bats to your property, it does so by giving them a perfect place to live in summer and winter months. In addition to helping you avoid bat problems in your home, installing a bat house is a great way to have bats kill mosquitoes and other obnoxious insects from becoming too prevalent around your property during the evening hours.

  1. Accept That Bats Are Natural

When some homeowners see the silhouettes of bats darting through the air at twilight, they start to fear that a bat infestation is brewing and consider implementing the best ways to avoid a bat investigation. However, it’s important to remember that bats live in plenty of natural spaces, as well, and have no intention to enter your residence when warmth are food are available elsewhere. If bats circle the air around your residence, they’re probably just trying to catch bugs.

Dealing With a Bat Infestation?
Bat infestations tend to be more nebulous than infestations by other household pests. This is mainly because bats are seldom seen in the living quarters of residences. However, there are certain that things that make their presence known, such as the presence of bat bags and accumulations of feces on window sills just below where bats roost. If you notice any of these problems, contact us about the best ways to avoid a bat infestation now and in the future.

To schedule a free inspection of your residence inside and out, call us today at (314) 732-1413, or email us at info@holperspest.com. We look forward to sending your bats back into the wild, where they can play their natural role in the ecosystem without disturbing your home.


Four Ways to Avoid Handling Squirrel Problems in Your Home

A house is a person’s castle, as the saying goes. However, no matter how much your home resembles a royal residence, it certainly won’t feel like one if you’re dealing with a squirrel problem. Many homeowners initially address a squirrel problem by laying traps and bait that are meant for mice and rats. When these methods don’t work, and the homeowners do a little reading on the internet, they often arrive at the right conclusion: squirrel problems are to blame.

What Not to Do About Squirrel Problems
Over the years, frustrated homeowners who have dealt with squirrel problems in their residence have tried hundreds of methods for getting rid of the creatures — and some of the strategies work better than others. In this entry, we highlight four, do-it-yourself squirrel elimination tactics that are highly inefficient at solving the problem. If you are thinking about using one of the following squirrel removal strategies, don’t. Instead, call Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions.

1) Shooting at Squirrels
You may have a nice hunting rifle you’ve been itching to use, but keep the firearm locked in your gun case if you’re thinking about taking the vigilante approach to squirrel removal and firing bullets. Hunting rifles and other high-powered guns don’t make good home defense options because their ammo is often strong enough to blast through the walls of the average home. Unless you’re trying to exterminate your neighbor, too, save the gun for your next hunting trip.

2) Heating Up the Attic
If you seal off vents to your attic in the warm season, it will eventually kill any squirrels that are there. It will also risk damaging any HVAC equipment located in the attic by causing it to overheat. In addition, once the squirrels are dead, you’ll have the unenviable task of removing their carcasses. Either that, or leave the decaying animals where they are and deal with the stench of decomposition wafting from the attic. Neither option is a good one, to say the least.

3) Using Rat Poison
Rat poison works great for killing rats, but it’s important to remember that the product is designed to attract rats and not squirrels. In other words, trying to kill squirrels with a poison that doesn’t draw them in only means that you’ll waste money on the product and still have squirrel problems. The best thing that could happen is that you might end up killing a few rats that you didn’t know were in your home. After the rats die, the squirrels will just keep up their obnoxious behavior.

4) Using a Cat to Kill
Some cats chase after squirrels as quickly as they pursue mice, rats, birds, and other small animals. So, it seems reasonable to think that they might attack squirrels, too. Yet, if your home has serious squirrel problems, there are probably quite a few squirrels running around in the structure. Consequently, using a house cat to try to eliminate them becomes a problem of logistics. Besides, most house cats aren’t accustomed to being killing machines. If they were, you probably wouldn’t have to set out those big bowls of water and food that they depend on.

Contact an Exterminator
Unfortunately, many homeowners who have squirrel problems only contact us after they have tried bad squirrel extermination methods that range from dangerous to wacky. The best way to address a squirrel infestation in your home is to call Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions. To solve your squirrel problem, call us at (314) 732-1413, or email us at info@holperspest.com.


Pest Management: Why Let Us Handle the Squirrels in Your Home?

Squirrels are cute creatures that are a welcome sight in woodland areas, parks, and other sylvan settings that they naturally inhabit. However, squirrels are also a bit like people: They enjoy being surrounded by nature, but they like to inhabit the cozy rooms of a home, too. If your home has a squirrel problem, there are plenty of pest management companies you can call, but we strongly feel that we are the best option. Below are four important reasons why.

No Poison is Used
Some pest management companies use a poison of some sort as the primary solution, but we prefer to take a different, more humane approach. Squirrels can be trapped quite efficiently, so there is really no reason to lay out poison pellets that could be picked up by household pets, or, worse yet, children. Trapping squirrels instead of poisoning them also prevents the animals from dying in wall spaces, where their carcasses would be very difficult to remove.

Reinfestation Prevention
Removing squirrels from your home without using strategies to prevent them from re-entering it is like refilling a cracked drinking glass without fixing the crack. If you don’t address the problem at the source, you will just end up having to take the same measure again and again. After all the squirrels are out of your home, we will propose measures to prevent them from entering it again, such as securing attic vents with strong wire and capping damaged eaves and repairing entry points.

Complete Explanation
Some pest management companies just walk into a home, do their thing, and then leave, thinking that the customer is satisfied. We take customer service a step further and explain everything that will be done to remove squirrels, how they will be removed, and what you should do to prevent another infestation. You pay us hard earned money to remove pests, and we feel that you would probably like to know exactly what you are paying for, and why.

Have Unwelcome Guests?
If squirrels have started to turn a space in your home into their own private residence, the problem only stands to get worse as the animals reproduce and make permanent nests. That is why it is important to call an experienced pest management company as soon as possible to receive a free inspection. The sooner the squirrels are gone, the sooner you will have more peace of mind. Call us today at (314) 732-1413, or email us at info@holperspest.com.

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What Are the Signs of an Asian Lady Beetle Infestation?

Asian lady beetles are often mistaken for the insect we call a ‘ladybug*. However, despite sharing the same kingdom, phylum, class, and order, the insects have two differences that are easy to spot. First, the top shell of a ladybug is red with black dots, while the shell of an Asian lady beetle is orangish yellow and may or may not have black dots. Second, unlike ladybugs, Asian lady beetles Infest homes and buildings, which brings us to the subject of this Wog_

Signs of an Asian Lady Beetle Infestation

Unlike insects that aggressively invade homes and buildings In search of food, Asian lady beetles tend to Infest structures gradually as the weather turns from warm to cold. This is because the bugs hibernate and need a warm place to stay for the duration of chilly autumns and cold winters, So, how can you identify a potential Asian lady beetle problem and stop it in its infancy instead of wailing for a full-blown infestation to happen? Below are four helpful tips.

  1. Observe the Exterior of the Structure

As the chill of Aulumn sets in, Asian lady beetles swarm on the outside of buildings and residences. The bugs particularly prefer parts of a structure that receive plenty of natural sunlight. Light colored structures, such as those with white siding or cream colored masonry,

are more attractive to the bugs than structures whose exteriors have dark materials, such as red brick and dark wood siding. However, dark colored structures are not Immune to infestation,

  1. Look for Beetles Inside the Structure

Many homeowners and building owners notice the presence of Asian lady beetles shortly after they enter the structure. This is because the bugs can enter through small spaces in window frames and start congregating in full site instead of hiding away in an attic or inside walls, although these areas commonly harbor Infestations. too If you noticE the beetles congregating In plain sight, consider it a warning sign of an impending infestation that involves other areas, as well.

  1. Consider the Time of Year

Asian lady beetles typically swarm when the weather starts to get seasonably cold and seasonably warm. The insects swarm and Infiltrate structures in search of a warm place to hibernate. Then, when the warmth of spring arrives, they swarm again and naturally exit the area of hibernation in search of sustenance. Unlike insect pests that like to dine on human cuisine. the Asian lady beetle devours small insects that it searches out in when the weather is warm

  1. Have a Free inspection Performed

Like other types of insect infestations, seeing a few Asian lady beetles inside a home or a building can signify that an infestation is underway, Because the majority of the insect colony could be hidden away in places that the structure’s owner can’t access easily, having a free inspection performed is the best way to determine whether an infestation is indeed present

The season for Asian lady beetle infestations grows near. If your think that your home or building has an Asian lady beetle problem, don’t wait for the potential infestation to grow. Instead, call Holpers Pest & Animal Control Solutions today at (314) 732-1413 to schedule a free inspection of your residence or building, or simply email us at info@holperspest.com.

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Rodent Control Services: Traps for Mice and Rats

Mice and rats are some of the oldest pests known to humankind. For millennia, they have infested structures that range from palaces, to barns, to private homes, with even the most modern structures not being safe. Most people don’t know that just two rodents can create a small colony within months. Two rodents can create a colony of over 300 in twelve months.  If you have a mouse problem or a rat problem, there are several ways to address it, one of which is to use rodent traps. In this entry, we look at some common types of rodent traps in terms of their effectiveness at eliminating mice and rats.

Snap Traps
Snap traps are generally recognized as the oldest type of rodent traps. They are the type of traps that the mouse character Jerry from the cartoon Tom and Jerry was always stealing cheese from. When a mouse or a rat tries to remove the bait from the trap, it is lights out: a pressurized metal bar quickly hits the rodent’s body, smashing and killing the creature.

Snap traps are inexpensive, and they do work, but they are best used for catching the occasional mouse, not eliminating an infestation that consists of multiple creatures. Furthermore, most snap traps are designed to kill the average mouse; they are often too small to effectively kill a rat. Rodenticides should never be used on the interior of a building. Rodents eat the poison, go off to die, possibly inside a wall and create a new set of problems for home owners.

Glue Traps
Glue traps are used to catch all kinds of residential pests, from spiders to mice. The traps are commonly laid near baseboards, as many pests prefer to move along baseboards instead of through the center of a room. Glue traps are considered somewhat humane because they don’t inevitably kill rodents. However, rodents must have any glue removed from their bodies before they reenter the wild; otherwise, they may have difficulty moving, and become easy prey.
Overall, glue traps are considered ineffective for trapping mice and rats, as they essentially have no containment system for the rodents, which allows the largest rodents to walk away and drag the glue trap with them. There is also the risk that household pets will encounter the traps.

Have a Rodent Problem?
If so, there are several ways to approach the situation, one of which is using the types of rodent traps listed above, among others. The key is to choose the best solution for addressing the type of pest that causes the problem, whether it consists solely of traps or includes other measures, too.  At Helper’s Pest & Animal Solutions, we help homeowners and business owners address rodent problems quickly, efficiently, and in a way that helps to prevent future rodent problems.
For more information about our rodent control services, or to schedule a free inspection of your home or business, call us today at (314) 732-1413, or email us at info@holperspest.com. Our rodent control services have created thousands of satisfied customers. Become one today!



Four Signs That You Need a Professional Mole Exterminator

By the time that most people decide to do something about the ugly mole tunnels in their yard, the animals that create the unsightly ground swellings are already well-established beneath the yard surface. While it is technically possible for property owners to resolve a mole problem on their own, hiring a mole exterminator is typically the fastest, most cost effective option. It should also be considered the one and only option if you experience any of the following situations.

  • DIY Solutions Aren’t Working

The do-it-yourself (DIY) pest extermination industry rakes in billions of dollars annually from the sale of various products that allow homeowners to take the extermination process into their own hands. However, when the presence of a pest is prolifiZ7DITIolutions start to lose their effectiveness, which necessitates calling in a professional.

  • The Problem is too Costly to Manage

DIY mole solutions may cost less on the store shelf than hiring a mole exterminator, but the relative ineffectiveness of the products means that you need to keep applying them to manage a mole population that never completely disappears. Before you know it, you will have poured thousands of dollars into your mole problem, with no end in sight. Hiring a mole exterminator may be more expensive than a DIY solution, but it yields fast, lasting results the first time around.

  • Your Property is Losing Curb Appeal

Unlike some pests, such as termites and wood bores, moles will not damage your home, but they can make the yard that surrounds it look worse for the wear. If you are planning to put your house on the market, or you live in a private, association-governed community that requires you


to keep your yard in pristine condition at all times, now is the time to call a professional mole exterminator. The longer you wait, the harder it will be to eradicate the growing mole problem.

  1. Other Animals are Digging for Moles

Mole tunnels make a yard look unsightly enough, but they can contribute to an even greater degree of unsightliness, as mole predators invade the lawn to dig the creatures out of their tunnels. Foxes, coyotes, weasels, snakes, and dogs are known to hunt yard moles, and further damage the appearance of the lawn in the process. In the end, having a professional mole exterminator fix your mole problem prevents other types of animal problems around your home.

Is it Time to Call a Mole Exterminator?                                                     

If you experience any of the situations listed above, the answer is almost certainly yes. If you

are looking for a mole exterminator who has over 30 years of experience eliminating mole problems, Ho!per’s Pest & Animal Solutions is the company to call. We will deploy special traps that are designed to kill moles quickly, and work with you to do so for a price that fits your budget. Unlike other companies who just set traps and leave them, we monitor our traps. We charge an initial set up fee, but after that your payment is based upon our performance. Our service is such that you pay for the moles that are killed.

For more information about our mole extermination services, or to schedule a free inspection of your lawn, call us today at (314) 732-1413, or email us at infoholperspest.com. We look forward to helping you make your yard look smooth and green instead of mole infested!