In silty and sandy soils, pocket gophers are common. These nocturnal pests have wide bodies, small eyes and short fur. Also, they have large teeth. They forage for food underground, and they create uneven lawn surfaces with their burrowing. Gophers cause an extensive amount of damage by chewing tree roots, plants, underground sprinkler systems and buried cables. They can even undermine and damage structures. Because of this, they should never be ignored or left to multiply. Our gopher control services help eliminate these pests from your property.
How We Remove Gophers
Since poisons and home application of other substances can harm pets, children or helpful species outdoors, we strongly discourage homeowners to use products from store shelves. We use carbon dioxide as a source of treatment.
According to studies, CO2 is effective in controlling gophers. The reason why it works is because of how gophers try to seal off openings. When they do this in the special layout of their tunnel systems, it traps the gas in with them. Since it is trapped, it creates an effective fumigation method that is not considered dangerous to the technicians who apply it or to other creatures that may be in the yard. These are the benefits of our treatment:
Our Gopher Removal Service Guarantee
Since soil consistency, trees or plants cannot be changed or removed on many properties, new gophers may return in the future. However, our service is guaranteed for 30 days. If you see gophers or notice signs of them in your yard after we treat it with CO2, we come back and re-treat your property for free.
Gophers can create larger and more complex tunnel systems in your yard with every passing day, making it important to remove them promptly. To protect trees, plants and anything buried underground, please give us a call for gopher removal services.
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