mole control


Traditional Mole Trapping


Mole Control starting from £70.00

If you’re suffering with an infestation of moles ,whether they are in your garden, on a golf course or in a horse paddock, Bentley Environmental can deal with your mole infestation effectively and professionally. We guarantee our mole catching programs and we go by a no catch no fee service. We also offer discounted rates on large areas which require mole control.

We only use traditional mole catching methods. This means we only use the very best mole traps and that we do not use alternative measures of control, which involve gasses or poisons.




We offer a no catch no fee service on mole control work



Office phone01962 277020

Mobile07869 131875



Frequently Asked Questions

“How much do you charge?”
Our standard charge is £70.00 for a single mole clearance.

“What happens if I have more than one mole, or lots of moles?”
If there is more than one mole active in an area of treatment, we charge an additional £30.00 for each mole we catch. 

If you have a large area or multiple areas which are suffering with lots of mole activity, we would usually offer a free quotation to clear those area of moles. We offer discounts for multiple or large areas of mole clearance work.

“What areas do you cover?”
We’re based in central west Hampshire and cover the majority of Hampshire and some parts of Wiltshire, Berkshire and Surrey.

Still not sure? Take a look at our Contact Page to view a map of our operating area.

“Is there anything I can do to try and deter the moles?”
There are a few ‘old wives tales’ about how you can deter moles:

  • Putting glass or unpleasant smelling moth balls into the mole runs.
  • Placing electric pulse tubes in the soil with the hope that the vibrations will move the moles on. 
  • Cutting bottles in half and placing them cap end in the ground so the noise from the wind over the bottle will keep the moles at a distance.
  • Planting certain types of shrubs, such as alliums and caper surge 

Unfortunately there is no scientific credibility whatsoever behind these treatments and often, they will do more harm than good, making it harder to remove the moles. 

The fact is, if your ground has lots of earthworms and grubs, there is little you can do to deter them. Professional trapping is the only reliable solution to treat an unwanted mole problem.

 “How quickly can you get out to me?”
We aim to respond to mole call outs within 48 hours, but if we are particularly busy it can be within 3-4 days. The weather also plays a role in when we can schedule a visit, if it’s particularly wet or the ground is frozen then treatment may be held back. 




Testimonials – We have more reviews and ratings on our Facebook page. 

website-tickSuch a great service. Attended a couple of hours after phone call, dealt with the issue and great value for money. Couldn’t ask for more. Definitely recommend.
~ Kate Richards, Home Owner, Andover


Thank you for getting rid of all the moles in my garden. Very reasonable charges and really friendly service.
~ Margaret Sinclair, Home Owner, Selbourne


The moles have gone and I couldnt be happier with my choice of mole catcher! Fast and reliable service. Thanks again. 
~ Mr Geoff Hobbart, Small Holding, Winchester





Mole info

Moles can turn your lawn and garden areas into an unsightly mess in next to no time. You can go to bed one evening and wake up the next morning with a miniature mountain range on your lawn! Moles cause damage to plants roots and turf by excavating the soil away and causing shallow collapses in the ground. This is why keeping moles under control is essential in paddocks with livestock in, especially horses.

IMG_4624Moles are solitary creatures most of the year round, apart from their breeding season which is from February to June. They have 1 litter per year with 3-4 young.

They rarely come above ground, but evidence of activity from a solitary mole can spread far and wide as a mole tunnel system can cover 100 – 1000 square meters.
Moles create extensive networks of permanent tunnels and feeding tunnels, so that’s when you’re most likely to notice the effects of moles on your property.



How to identify if you have an active mole infestation

  • img_5435Small to large mounds of soil appear on turfed areas or in flower borders.
  • Small sized holes 2-3 inches appear in lawn areas or flower borders.
  • Depressions in the ground which are felt underfoot, or raised areas about 2-4 inches in width, with sporadic patterns.






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