mole videos side by side

Treated in the grass, neighbor's infestation on the beds.

Proudly treating all of St Louis city and county: Affton, Arnold, Ballwin, Chesterfield, Crestwood, Creve Coeur, Ellisville, Florissant, Hazelwood, Kirkwood, Ladue, Lake St. Louis, Mehlville, Oakville, O'Fallon, Town and Country, Webster, Wentzville, Wildwood, Much of So. IL: Alton, Belleville, Collinsville, Columbia, Edwardsville, Fariview Heights, Counties of Jefferson, Franklin, St. Charles, Madison, Monroe, St. Clair.

Right Side, treated 3 yrs ago & STILL protected. To the Left, infested for 8 years.

Tree Roots Pulling Moles In. Only Treatment Will Help This.

See which one you need

​Mole Trapping or Treatment

90% Success & 10% Failed

(WHY it failed may interest you)

Treated on the Left, Zig-Zagging Tunnels on the Light.

16 Mos after above treatment, most of lawn is protected while neighbor still badly infested.

Sharing a mole and want to 

treat with a neighbor, see this 1st.

​Our mole videos show you the 2 different types of mole infestation to help you identify if your should trap or treat. These "before and after" videos show side-by-side comparisons with treated and untreated lawns to help you see when you should TREAT (widespread tunnels / mounds) and when you should TRAP (long, straight tunnels only). And you'll see definitive the lines of mole infestation between where we treated and where we didn't treat, and why.


​​Mole infestation happens in 2 ways: 1) "Pass Through Infestation" (Isolated Straight Tunnels); or 2) "Destination Infestation" (Widespread / Zig-Zagging Tunnels, Mounds, or Churned Soil).


  1. With straight, isolated mole tunnels, these moles are just passing through to get to a neighbor's property. These are frequent use tunnels which are easily targeted by traps, and there's nothing about this type of infestation that indicates that the ground is drawing the moles in. So killing moles one by one is best for Pass Through Infestation. You can order our St. Louis mole trapping here.
  2. With wide-spread, zig-zagging mole tunnels, mole mounds, or churning soil, this means the soil's actually the problem as it's puling in moles from throughout your Saint Louis neighborhood. This activity means you're the mole's Destination and they're likely coming from several lawns away just to get there. This is why your infestation often looks worse than your neighbor's yard and even stops at your property line, because it's your soil that's pulling in the neighborhood's population of moles and, because moles are territorial, killing them 1 by 1 only clears the way for the next moles to move in to re-infest. For wide-spread mole tunnels and mounds, the soil should be treated to help Drive Moles Out & Keep Them Out Long Term, often 2-3 yrs. You can order mole removal treatment here.


When your soil's the cause of your lawn moles, or #2 above, it acts as a powerful lure for neighboring moles. That's why your infestation is significantly worse than your neighbors' lawns...as seen in videos. And, as moles are territorial, mole trapping alone only clears the way for the next moles to move in to re-infest your lawn, so long as the soil is still attracting them in. And pulling out a neighborhood's population of moles that keep coming into your lawn with mole trapping at $69/mole gets expensive when wide-spread tunneling's present, and is often the wrong method.


If your mole infestation is wide spread mole tunnels or mole mounds,  treating your st louis lawn is often the only effective method to help Drive Lawn Moles Out and help Keep Moles Out Long Term.


See Mole Removal Pricing Here           Order Mole Removal Service Here

You may want to Combine Tapping 

With mole Removal Treatment.

Treatment still protecting after

8 YEARS against mole infestation

St Louis lawn mole infestation videos showing When To Trap or When To Treat. See side by side mole results.

Spring '17, Treated on the Left, Mounds on the Right.

ChrisTheMoleMan@gmail.com

314.605.6687

15455 Manchester rd. #176

St. Louis, MO 63022

Widespread Infestation now 95% Mole Free. Is that Success?

Wondering why Trapping isn't working for you? Here's why.

Perfect line between the once badly infested property on right, now clear, and the untreated neighbor on left, still mole infested.

Treated yrs ago, Protected, Still Needs Trapping. See why that's a good thing.

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See the difference between Trappable mole infestation & lawns that are TREAT ONLY!

See Infestation that

you Just Can't Trap.

Side by Side Mole Removal

​Before & After