Doing damage to plants and roots, gophers are known to cause extensive havoc in landscaped settings. They will also cause hundreds and even thousands of dollars in property damage! Unchecked, they will burrow complete underground systems and multiply. They can even attract larger, unwanted predators to your surroundings.
Bircher provides complete gopher control services, including the most effective methods of tunnel system fumigation. We have the know-how, technology, and experience to treat your most persistent gopher problems, and to prevent future communities of gophers from infesting your properties.
Inspection and treatment is fundamental to preserving your landscapes. We also work within your budget. Unlike our larger competitors, we at Bircher can provide unique, individualized services that match your specific needs. Don’t let your gopher problems bury you! Call Bircher Exterminating services for complete solutions today.
Why Choose Bircher?
For over 25 years, Bircher Exterminating Services Inc. has been providing quality pest control solutions for individual homeowners, small to large businesses, property management companies, homeowners’ associations and government agencies. We maximize health protection for the public against invasion of pests, using the latest techniques and quality products, with an awareness towards making the most minimally invasive environmental impact.
With offices in Arizona and California, we at Bircher Exterminating Services can provide a unique blend of residential and commercial pest elimination and control. Bircher Exterminating Services accommodates your budget while offering higher quality solutions, and more personal service than any national provider. We are committed to fulfilling all of your pest control needs in the friendly and professional manner upon which we have built our reputation.
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Arizona Structural Pest Control Commission
California Structural Pest Control Board
State of California Department of Food & Agricultural
California Department of Pesticide Regulation