Gopher control in Marina Del Rey is in good hands with Rodent Guys
Marina Del Rey (PRWEB) March 15, 2013
Marina Del Rey gopher control is in high demand because homes are plagued with relentless pocket gophers and gopher control. Gophers are small rodents that dig through the ground eating the grass and tree roots. As seen in the movie Caddy Shack with Bill Murray, attempting to catch, drown and even blow up the gopher can be difficult.
A lot of homeowners try their hand at gopher extermination from home remedies they get from the internet, bait from different lawn centers and drowning with a garden hose. They sometimes do get lucky with one gopher, but they seem to keep coming.
Leaving them alone and these hungry gophers will eat all the grass and flowers until nothing is left. The normal sign of gophers is the piles of dirt on the ground. The gopher mounds are from the tunneling they make. The dirt piles also damage the lawn by smothering the grass.
Soon the grass gets patches everywhere and dead spots from where the gopher ate the grass. You can gaze out the window and see a flower jiggling. Then you can see it slowly disappear, and disappear forever.
Fruit bearing trees and other large root bushes can take some gnawing of the roots and still be OK. The gnawing from gophers will slow growth and slow the fruit production of the tree.
The solution is not simple. Marina Del Rey homeowners are challenged since they can’t purchase industrial strength poison and trapping requires a learning curve. Some stores sell sonic beepers and repellents, none of which work and should not waste money on. Better to spend your hard earned money on proven techniques or hire a professional.
Rodent Guys will use carbon monoxide combined with poison or trapping. Poison bait is used where dogs or other pets, wildlife and kids are not at high exposure. Trapping is used where these risks are high. Rodent Guys will give a recommendation but ultimately the decision is up the customer which method is used.
Rodent Guys Gopher Removalis the most well known in So Cal including Marina Del Rey. They specialize in gophers, use the latest in technology and offer both traditional and dog friendly options.
Rodent Guys Gopher Control and Extermination can be found on their website at http://www.rodentguys.com.
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