Gopher Control Redlands, CA is in good hands
(PRWEB) March 22, 2013
Redlands gopher control is the talk of the town because homes are plagued by relentless pocket gophers and gopher control. Gophers are rat sized animals which dig through the ground eating the grass and tree roots. As seen in the movie Caddy Shack starring Bill Murray, attempting to catch, drown and even shoot the gopher can be tricky.
Most Redlands property owners try their hand at gopher extermination with home remedies they get from the internet, poisons from various lawn centers and drowning with a garden hose. From time to time they do get lucky with a gopher, but they seem to continue on coming.
Leaving them alone and these pesky gophers will consume all the vegetation leaving nothing but dirt behind. The telltale sign of gophers is the piles of dirt on the surface. The gopher mounds come from the tunnels they make and is the dug-out dirt. The gopher piles also damage the turf by smothering the grass.
Sooner or later the turf has dead areas from eating and smothering from the mounds. Someone can be in their yard and see the jiggle of a flower or plant. Then they can see it slowly disappear, never to be seen again.
Citrus trees and other large root trees can handle some chewing on the roots and still live. This chewing from gophers will slow growth and slow the production of the tree.
The answer is not easy. Redlands homeowners are challenged because they can’t purchase industrial strength poison and trapping requires a learning curve. Some companies sell repellents and sonic beepers, which are ineffective and should not be purchased. Better to spend your hard earned money on proven techniques or hire a professional.
Rodent Guys will use carbon monoxide with poison or trapping. Poison is used where dogs or other pets, wildlife and kids are not at high exposure. Trapping is used where these risks are elevated. Rodent Guys will give recommendations but the decision is up the customer which option is used.
Rodent Guys Gopher Removalis the best in the business in Southern California including Redlands. They specialize in gophers, use the latest in technology and do both traditional and pet safe techniques.
Rodent Guys Gopher Control and Removal can be located on their website at http://www.rodentguys.com.
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