Gophers & Moles
Gophers and moles cause problems by digging. They dig large burrows and complex labyrinths. Gophers and moles are rodents, and adults average 8-10 pounds. They give birth in spring to 3-6 young. They can live up to six years in the wild. They are primarily herbivorous, eating a wide variety of plants. They grow fat during the summer, lethargic by autumn, and in winter, they hibernate. They are excellent at predicting the arrival of spring.
Only homes that are sealed up very tightly can avoid invasion from wild animal pests. All animals are humanely trapped and access points sealed up properly. All work is guaranteed, and removal of animals included. Please set up an evaluation as soon as the intruder is noticed.