Vole Control

Our Vole Trapping & Removal Service

There are about six different species of voles that live in North America. The most prevalent in landscaped gardens is the pine vole. The pine vole is about three inches long, weighs one ounce, and has chestnut hair, a short 1/2 inch long tail and tiny ears. You are more likely to see signs of voles than the voles themselves. Pine voles spend most of their lives under the ground in burrow systems feeding on plant roots.

Unlike many other small mammals, voles do not hibernate. Instead, they are active throughout the year. And depending upon where you live, voles can have four or five litters each year with an average of three babies per litter. Female pine voles have a gestation period of about 24 days. Due to this prolific ability to reproduce, vole populations grow quickly.

Our Unique Approach To Vole Trapping & Removal Service

Since every vole situation is unique, we’ll come up with a custom solution for you. With over 10 years of experience eliminating voles, we’re Ann Arbor’s leading provider of vole control services. Learn how we keep voles (and other critters) out of your home: voles enter your home through the small openings looking shelter and breeding. Once they find a voids in home, they will be a constant nuisance. Our team is Happy to help! Learn more about our unique approach to vole control below:

1. VOLE INSPECTION

Pest EZ will conduct an thorough inspection, the object is to find vole burrows and travel habits. Our trained professional staff will identify and offer solutions to all entries found during the initial inspection.

2. VOLE TREATMENT

Vole treatment can be specific to your location. Give Pest EZ a call, we can help!

3. VOLE SIGNS

Look for their presence by locating their circular burrow entrances not more than 1″ – 1.5″ in size and by lifting mulch to reveal long narrow trenches or runways that are serpentine, and that wind around obstructions. Voles can burrow into the root systems of landscaping shrubs and trees, causing young specimens to experience dieback or to begin to lean. These rodent pests will also gnaw on a tree trunk and at the base of a shrub. In addition, voles damage flower bulbs and potatoes in the garden. Mainly, however, voles eat the stems and blades of grass. And the runways they leave behind in the process make for an unsightly lawn.

Why Choose Pest EZ

We’re passionate about helping people just like you get rid of unwanted pest problems. As such, we are proud to be the only pest control company in Ann Arbor promising excellence in value,service, and trust.

VALUE

After your pest inspection, we’ll provide you with a quote that makes sense for your budget and unique needs.

SERVICE

We’re not happy unless you are. So if you’re not satisfied with your most recent service, we’ll make it right.

TRUST

We know you are putting a lot of trust in our hands. So we promise to treat you and your home with respect.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yard evidence is your biggest clue of job performance. Our certified techs will explain “what to expect”

All services we perform are based off label safety measures. Which ensures the safety of your family’s & pets and or business!!!

Unlike many other small mammals, voles do not hibernate. Instead, they are active throughout the year. And depending upon where you live, voles can have four or five litters each year with an average of three babies per litter.

To get your vole problem under control, a proper inspection is your very first step. This allows us to design a unique program for your specific situation. So please give us a call at 734-802-1234 to schedule your mice inspection. Our team is thoroughly trained in eliminating vole and will keep these pests where they belong: out of your business and home.

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