Monthly And Annual Gopher Removal Service Is A Great Value

Last Modified on October 11, 2021 by Zachary Smith

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Having your gopher trapping done in a proactive manner can save you a lot of lost plants and torn up landscaping. Plus your gopher guy will appreciate the ease of scheduling your work.

Every year we have such a onslaught of new gopher calls starting in the spring. This large call volume slows in the fall and in the winter things can be pretty quiet. Gophers and moles do not hibernate, but their activity often does become less obvious in the colder months.

The problem we and the customers face is, when the spring comes and people get back into their gardens to see that a gopher has been in the flower bed, it becomes hard to get this new work scheduled.You see, we have to hire new help in the spring because the winter slowdown necessitates layoffs. This is very disruptive to the employees’ lives, to our business operations, and to the customers’ petunias.We encourage folks to go on our monthly gopher plan because they can count on us being available when gophers and moles get busy in the spring, our employees can count on a year-round paycheck, and the overall cost is comparable to the one-at-a-time  gopher prices.The greatest benefit of an annual ongoing gopher trapping plan is that we are checking your landscape for you, every other week, throughout the year. You can take your mind off the gophers and moles, and focus on enjoying your garden.

With the annual gopher plan there is no cost for each animal- it is an unlimited plan. This is a great value for folks who have gopher or mole re-infestations each year.

Author Bio: Zach Smith

Landscape Pro Turned Gopher Pro: Owner, Zach Smith, graduate of Cal Poly’s Horticulture program worked nine years as a landscape professional- dealing with gophers, moles, and ground squirrels and was quickly recruited by other local gardeners. Fast forward to the past 15+ years, where Zach and his team trap and remove burrowing pests from residential, municipal and commercial properties throughout the San Francisco Bay area, from Marin to Monterey.