Total Pest Services Wants to Save Your Lawn from Moles & Gophers
Moles and gophers become very problematic when you are trying to maintain a beautiful yard for your Central Florida neighbors to enjoy. You work very hard to ensure it gets watered adequately and that it grows to be the brightest green possible. Then you start to see little humps and divots one morning. You notice tunnel-shaped patterns throughout the landscape. When you go to flatten them out your whole foot goes into the ground creating small valley, and now you have to dig it up and fill it so that it lays flat again.
Rodents like moles and gophers create these tunnels in your front or backyard and will cause greater headaches, human resources, and money to fix. Thankfully you have Total Pest Services to help remove these annoying tunnel diggers and make sure they don’t return to wreak havoc in your well-manicured lawn.
Trapping and Relocating Moles and Gophers in Orlando, FL
Our pest service representatives are fully equipped and trained to capture these animals and humanely relocate them to somewhere more appropriate. We use many different traps to help stop these tunnel diggers from creating humps in your lawn and big entrance and exit holes in your yards. If you are a gardener, we help try to protect your vegetation from the hungry moles and gophers that are tearing up your hard work and possible family feeding foods you have grown.
Trust the Mole and Gopher Removal Services of Total Pest Services
Our team offers a two-year warranty on all residential and commercial wildlife exclusion jobs; recurring mole and gopher control services extend the warranty through the services that are in effect. Meaning, we will return your money until the rodents are gone for good. Total Pest Services offers a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee for services that we provide to help remove and prevent these infestations. Give us a call at 407-764-3068, if you have any questions or feel like something isn’t covered, and we will be happy to help answer all your mole and gopher control questions.