Take Control of the Vole in Your Yard in Illinois
If you need help controlling the vole population within the Northern Illinois and Southeastern Wisconsin areas, Schopen Pest Solutions is here for you! From our office located in McHenry, IL, we can reach those in the surrounding areas with voles and more. We have worked with many homeowners and farmers in the region. We understand what it takes to get these pesky animals out of the garden and lawns. If you are experiencing issues with this common rodent, reach out to our experienced pest control team for professional help banishing the destructive animals from your property. If you wait too long, you could be in for a long battle with these persistent creatures as they can be extremely hard to get rid of once they stake their claim to your yard.
Reach out to our rodent removal team in the office in McHenry, IL today to schedule an appointment for us to come out and take a look at your grounds. We’ll send out an experienced tech to examine your yard or farmland and develop a personalized pest prevention plan to meet your needs. Contact us for help getting rid of voles!
Signs of Infestation Voles Leave Behind
You can see vole paths throughout the ground all over the yard. If you haven’t seen any animals yet, a sure sign it’s a vole and not a mole is if you notice your vegetables and grass are depleting thanks to their eating habits. Voles dig paths at the top of the dirt, and the trails are generally a couple of inches across. Yellow plants, droppings, and burrows are the primary signs voles are to blame for the disruption to your property. Occasionally you may see leaning or ill-looking shrubs or small bushes, and this can also be a sign of voles tunneling around your outdoor space. Depending on how many have populated, they can cause a significant amount of damage to your plants.
How to Identify a Vole from Other Yard Pests
People often mistake voles for moles, but these are not the same animals. Voles travel along the surface of your yard, while moles travel underground. You will find voles look much more like a mouse because the eyes and ears of a mole are small and somewhat hard to spot. While moles eat grubs and insects, voles are much more likely to compete with humans for edibles. They like to dine on vegetables, and they can also cause damage to your bushes, grass, and trees in their search for food. If you have a vole problem, it makes sense to address it right away, before they have caused extensive damage to your plantings or lawns.
Schopen Pest Solutions is Here to Help Northern Illinois and More
Schopen Pest Solutions can help you eliminate voles from your landscape. We have decades of experience doing battle with these little rodents and other pests, and we know what works best for yards and homes in the Northern Illinois and Southeastern Wisconsin area. Our experienced team of pest control specialists will evaluate your current vole infestation, determine a course of action making sense for your given situation, and then tell you what they plan to do to get rid of the rodents. We address each vole situation on a case-by-case basis because what we recommend will depend in large part upon how many voles we think you have on your property.