PRICES FOR 2023
After the initial site visit and informal chat with the customer regarding procedures, work would commence as follows :
1, Traps Would be Placed and Set
2, Traps are then Checked on a Daily Basis
3, On Inspection, should a Mole be caught, The Customer Would Be Notified, Either Directly at The Address, Or Via Text Message If Not Available. A Video of The Trap Being Removed Would Be Taken As A Record For Both Parties
4, The Traps Would Be Re-Set And Checked
5, The Traps Would Be Checked Daily For A Further 3 Days, If No Further Activity Or Moles Caught, On The Third Clear Day, All Traps Would Be Removed
6, The Area would Then Be Left For A Further Week, To Let Nature Take Its Course. The Customer Would Monitor The Situation And Inform Me Of Any Changes As Soon As Possible
7, After this Cooling Off Period, And Both Parties Agree, An Invoice Will Be Presented
8, If Another Mole Is Caught Within The 3 Days, Then The 3 Clear Days Will Start Again
The Costs For This Procedure Are £120 for the First Mole And £10 for every Consecutive Mole, So Two Moles Would Be £130, Three Moles Would Be £140 ect ect
Daily Checking, Time Setting Traps And Fuel Ect Are all Included Within The First £100, So it is In My Interest To Catch Your Moles Quickly And Efficiently As Possible
No Moles Caught, Then There Is No Charge
This Procedure has worked well over the Years And Seems To Be The Fairest Way For Both Parties. It Allows For any Further Local Moles To Make Their Presence Seen. If You or Your Neighbour Are Sharing A Mole Which Is Moving Between Properties And Crossing Several Boundaries Then It May Be Days Before It Comes Back.
That Is Why I Continue To Check For A Further 3 Days And Let The Ground Stand For A Further Week To Ensure You Are Mole Free.
Not All Molecatchers Do This