Looking for Alternative Pest Control Options?
A special division of Killroy Pest Control
Gophers tend to eat grass, seeds, potatoes, roots and various other items. As they crawl around your yard, they are making tunnels and tearing everything up in their wake. Once you see the holes in your yard, the gophers have already invaded your space and are eating on everything in sight. Your best option is to get a pest control specialist working to eradicate the critters for you.
While some tend to overlook all of the holes in their yard, others take action right away. Ignoring all of those holes is not only dangerous to anyone who happens to be walking in your yard, but it also leaves your home susceptible to a whole host of other problems. Moles, voles and gophers can end up chewing on your utility lines and cause you to lose power. It also causes your pets to start digging at the ground in an attempt to find the critters. Your best bet is to eradicate them and save yourself the time and hassle.
If you and your family are having pest control problems, do not call just anyone. You should call Killroy. They are a family-owned and operated pest control team that will help get rid of your problems. If that gopher family won't go away, Killroy is the answer. You don't want to have to deal with these issues. You want to get rid of the problems in a proper way using a specialized approach that is easy for you and your family to deal with.
Extermination companies typically come out to your home and spray. Some may leave traps behind for you to use as needed. Sometimes, these approaches work and you have no problem; and many times, they do not work. Killroy plans to come to your home and get rid of these pests once and for all. They don't want you to have to call back in five or 10 years down the road and still have the same type of an issue that you had years ago. The crew stands by their knowledge and expertise on the matter and wants to make sure everything is secure to make sure you don't have the same problems coming back as pest issues. Don’t house another gopher or mole ever again.