Los Alamitos, CA (PRWEB) April 30, 2013
Los Alamitos gopher control is what everyone is talking about because homes are plagued by the never ending battle with pocket gophers and gopher control. Gophers are small rodents which dig through the dirt and eat the plants and grass. Popular from the movie Caddy Shack with Bill Murray, trying to catch, drown and even shoot the gopher can be tougher than you think.
A lot of Los Alamitos property owners try their hand at gopher extermination from information on the internet, bait from the hardware stores and drowning with water. Every once in a while they do get lucky with a gopher, but they seem to never stop invading.
Leaving them alone and these hungry gophers will consume all the grass and flowers until nothing is left. The normal sign of gophers is the piles of dirt on the surface. These gopher mounds are from the tunnels they make. The gopher piles also ruin the lawn by smothering the grass.
Sooner or later the turf has dead areas from eating and smothering from the mounds. Someone can look out their window and see your flower jiggling. Then they can see it slowly disappear, and disappear forever.
Citrus trees and other large root bushes can take some gnawing on the roots and still survive. This chewing from gophers will stunt growth and affect the fruit production of the tree.
The solution is not a easy one. Los Alamitos homeowners are at a big disadvantage since they can’t purchase restricted poison and trapping requires a learning curve. Some nuseries sell repellents and sonic beepers, which are ineffective and should be avoided. Better to spend your hard earned money on proven techniques or hire a professional. The easy way out is not always the best way.
Rodent Guys will use carbon monoxide with poison or trapping. Poison is used where pets, wildlife and kids are not at high risk. Trapping is done where exposure is elevated. Rodent Guys will give a recommendation but ultimately the decision is up the customer which method is used.
Rodent Guys Gopher Exterminators are the best in the business in Southern California including Los Alamitos. They have years of experience, use the latest in technology and perform both traditional and dog friendly methods.
Rodent Guys Gopher Trapping and Extermination can be located on their website at http://www.rodentguys.com.
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