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Can moles undermine house foundation?

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Old March 30th 08, 09:31 PM posted to misc.consumers.house
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Default Can moles undermine house foundation?

I have a lot of moles (or at least mole tracks) in my lawn. A mole
tunnel also shows up at the edge of the house foundation. Is it
possible for these moles to dig underneath the foundation (house
construction is on a concrete slab) and cause structural damage? I've
noticed a few small cracks above a door frame and wonder if there is a
connection to my moles.

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