(PRWEB) September 16, 2013
Gopher Patrol was recently featured on A&E's hit TV show "Flipping San Diego" and they showed why they are the experts at gopher control. When producers went searching for the experts they knew who to call, Gopher Patrol. With over 17 years of experience this Riverside based, family owned and operated company completely eradicated the gopher problem within no time at all.
Recent changes in regulations banned the use of Fumitoxin for almost any residential property. Recently Los Angeles and San Diego County have loosened their restrictions but still require the 100 feet rule to be enforced. What does that mean for the home owner? It means now more than ever experience matters. The longest running gopher control company in California, Gopher Patrol has fine tuned the gopher removal process. Their almost 2 decades of experience help them lead the industry in gopher removal procedures.
When approached by "Flipping San Diego" one of the questions producers had for Gopher Patrol was "Will gophers go away when gopher season is over?". The term gopher season is a misnomer. Gophers do not hibernate and work year round. "This is a question we get asked a lot" states Richard Hernandez, Service Manager at Gopher Patrol. Richard has been with Gopher Patrol from the beginning, over 17 years. Richard is one of the most qualified if not THE most qualified gopher control expert in Southern California. Consumers a lot of times are at the mercy of the pest control operator for correct information when it comes to gophers. Most times companies lack the experience when dealing with gophers and unfortunately that leads to bad information. "In California we have great weather, good for us, but bad for gopher control" says Richard. "Gophers do have 2 separate breeding cycles, generally in the Fall and in Spring" states Richard, "and exactly when those breeding cycles begin you cant say for sure". Richard goes on to state that while you do have a general idea of when gophers will reproduce other factors come into play. Weather is generally the biggest factor, hot summers, cold winters, and other variables can come into play. "We definitely see an increase in Fall and Spring, but there's no way to put a date on it, they're called wild animals for a reason!" Richard explains.
The recently aired episode titled "Critter Control" showcased why Gopher Patrol leads the industry in gopher control. Chris Bedgood, star of Flipping San Diego exclaimed, "With a name like Gopher Patrol obviously they know what they are doing!" and was he right! Unlike most pest control companies Gopher Patrol's main focus is gopher, rodent, squirrel, and mole control.
Gopher Patrol services all of Southern California including San Diego County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, Los Angeles County, Ventura County and Orange County. They offer gopher trapping, gopher baiting and gassing. For more info on Gopher Patrol visit them at http://www.gopherpatrol.com or call them at 1-888-4NO-GOPHER.