Utah Gopher Control
Eliminate Burrowing Rodents!
Wasatch Front and Back
Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, Tooele, Summit and Wasatch counties
Central and South Utah
Juab, Sevier, Sanpete and Millard counties
North Utah and South Idaho
Box Elder, Cache, Morgan, Rich, Weber counties and Southern Idaho
Utah Gopher Control
Burrowing Rodent Control Done the Right Way!
Our Rodent Control Solution is Safe and Cost-Effective For All Types of Properties:
Suburban Residences • Cemeteries • Golf Courses • Parks • Farms & Ranches
Agricultural and Commercial Applications
Utah gopher control uses a specialized machine to safely administer fumigant tablets into a well sealed artificial burrow.
The fumigant gas released is heavier than air and stays below ground. It is not detected by the gophers and it remains effective for a number of days.
The gopher finds this new tunnel and quietly succumbs to the fumigant in this tunnel.
This is not the typical gopher baiter that most farmers use to apply strychnine bait but see little results.
This method works great on larger areas with any kind of infestation level. This method drastically reduces the number of gophers in a field after just one treatment. Soil moisture and temperature are important factors when considering using this method on your property. Treatments are typically done spring through fall.
Are you looking for the most effective and efficient system to remove gophers, ground squirrels, prairie dogs or other burrowing rodents from your property? If so, the Pressurized Exhaust Rodent Control (PERC) system will surely suit your needs.
This tried, tested and true system is environmentally friendly and does not use poison baits or explosions. Instead, it uses an internal combustion engine that generates and pressurizes carbon monoxide up to 120 PSI, which allows the system to fill holes with a lethal amount of carbon monoxide before they have a chance to escape. Since it does not leave residual poisons, you do not to need to worry about secondary poisoning for animals such as pets and predators.
Although there are still no legal methods of control that are 100%
effective, the PERC system is one of the best courses of treatment land owners can take.