Gophers and moles cause problems by digging large burrows and complex labyrinths. These rodents average at 8-10 pounds as adults. They give birth in the spring to 3-6 pups. In the wild, the rodents may live for up to 6 years. Primarily herbivorous, moles and gophers eat a wide variety of plant life. They grow fat during the summer, lethargic in autumn, and by winter they hibernate. The ground dwellers are particularly excellent at predicting the arrival of spring.
There are many other pests and wildlife that we treat. This includes beetles, bees and wasps, silverfish, centipedes, crickets, mites, snails and slugs, stink bugs, weevils, snakes, and many more.