Stop Lawn Damage with Garry's Mole Control

How Garry's Mole Control Works
Garry's Mole Control is owned and operated by Garry Struyk. Garry has over 49 years professional experience in lawn care in Southwest Iowa and Eastern Nebraska. The last seven years specializing in Mole Control and identifying active Mole Runs.

For Mole Control Questions and Service Requests
text/call: (402) 510-1575 | e-mal: garry@garrysmolecontrol.com

Serving Southwest Iowa

Who We Are

Garry's Mole Control is a professional service owned and operated by Garry Struyk. Garry has over 49 years experience in lawn care in Southwest Iowa and Eastern Nebraska. The last seven years specializing in Mole Control.

Garry offers senior Citizen Discounts and FAST FREE Estimates!

How Much is Mole Control Service?

Our Mole treatment program is $74.95 for first 10 bait worms that are professionally placed - enough to treat 100 feet of active runs. Additional worms may be needed for larger infestations are $4.00 each at time of initial application. This bait program only treats Moles present at time of application. Other Moles may enter your lawn during the season and require additional treatments.

Our Expertise

Being a turf expert, Garry is specially trained to identify and determine active Mole runs and place Mole controlling bait worms in those runs to safely and quickly exterminate active Moles.

What To Know

How Garry's Mole Control Works

How It Works

We use professional grade bait worms to control moles. Two to three worms are carefully placed in mole runs below the surface of the ground where they are out of site and reach from pets and children. We have safely and successfully applied bait worms at schools, churches, apartments, condominium complexes and private homes.

landscape Conditions Moles Like

Know Your Foe

What surrounds your home greatly impacts mole activity. Forest-like areas, tall grass and open fields provide cover for moles. Such conditions encourage mole feeding tunnels into your yard which they build constantly.

What Do Moles Eat?

What Do Moles Eat?

Earth worms are the stable of a moles diet. This is why our professional bait worms resemble "Night Crawlers"in size, firmness, body shape and smell - making them irresistible. Moles also eat various insects that includes grubs and sow bugs. The grain fallen from bird feeders present an issue of attracting insects which attract moles.

What Are Moles?

What Are Moles?

Moles are a burrowing insectivore. They grow to be 6 to 8 inches long and have gray to black velvety fur, slender hairless snouts, and small eyes and ears. Moles' large front feet have long claws that dig much like a hoe.

Moles Hibernate Over Winter

Do Moles Hibernate Over Winter?

A common misconception is moles hibernate over winter. They do not. Instead, they remain deep underground in their burrows below freeze line, continuing to feed on soil insects. No matter what the season, moles are actively causing lawn damage.

Spring Means Mole Problems

Spring Means Mole Problems

During the cold winter moles are less active and stay underground. Come the warm Spring moles are invigorated. Digging tunnels and building unsightly mounds, killing your grass. The best solution for nipping spring mole problems in the bud is to take action.