The beauty of property ownership is the ability to transform the surrounding land into a reflection of yourself. In many cases, this means having a well-manicured lawn and garden along with well-manicured bushes. Gopher pest control is a big part of maintaining a beautiful landscape. This is because gophers are vermin that have a talent for finding your favorite garden plants, consuming them, and infesting your front lawn– all while hiding well underground.
Gophers are extremely well adapted and built for underground existence. They dig burrows in lawns and gardens, pushing the soil from the burrows into mounds on the surface. Their underground burrows may be several hundred feet in length, ranging from a few inches to several feet in depth. They are active year round but are most visibly active in the spring and fall when the soil has ideal moisture content for digging. Because of their ability to adapt and dig, a professional gopher pest control service is what you need to reclaim your land.
Trying to rid your lawn of gophers on your own can be expensive and ineffective. These methods often involve some sort of poison, trap, or other method that can be dangerous to you, your family and your property. Therefore, you need a trained professional company to properly and successfully rid you of your problem. Professionals are well trained and use the safest methods to eradicate your gopher problem.
At Structural Termite and Pest Control, our staff is composed of highly trained professionals who will provide you with gopher control that uses the most modern and effective methods. As a family owned business, we take pride in ensuring that we return your landscape to the beautiful look and feel that it had before your gophers ruined it. We also will ensure it stays that way. To begin, we will start with a consultation to understand the depth of your gopher issue. We will then work as quickly as possible to eradicate the vermin. Because we are family owned, we will communicate with you every step of the way as if you were a part of our family. After working with us, the next time you see a gopher might be in a public park or forest but it will definitely not be at your home.