Utah burrowing rodent elimination

Use of carbon monoxide fumigation by Utah professionals to exterminate burrowing rodents

Using carbon monoxide (CO) fumigation to control burrowing rodents, such as gophers, is a method that only a few pest control professionals employ. This approach involves introducing carbon monoxide gas into the rodents’ burrow systems to asphyxiate them.

Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, and highly toxic gas. It can be dangerous to humans and pets if not handled properly.

 Specialized equipment, such as carbon monoxide generators, is used to produce and introduce the gas into the burrow systems. These generators are designed to deliver a controlled and effective dose of CO.

Proper Sealing is necessary  to ensure that the burrow entrances and exits are properly sealed to contain the gas within the tunnel system and increase its effectiveness.

Carbon monoxide fumigation can be very effective for extensive burrow systems where other methods may not reach all areas. It is particularly useful for gophers, ground squirrels, and other burrowing rodents.

Carbon monoxide fumigation is a great method for controlling burrowing rodents, but it requires careful handling by qualified professionals, following adherence to safety protocols. Consulting a professional pest control service is the best approach to ensure safe and effective use of this method.

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about effective gopher and other burrowing rodent control. At Utah Gopher Control, we are dedicated to helping you protect your property from these pesky burrowing rodents. Whether you’re dealing with a minor gopher problem or a full-blown infestation, our team of experts is here to assist you every step of the way.

Don’t let gophers and burrowing rodents undermine the beauty and health of your property.

Contact us today at (801)-639-9484 or visit our website at utahgophercontrol.com to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards a burrowing rodent free property.

Remember, early detection and proactive prevention are key to keeping gophers at bay. Stay vigilant, implement the right control measures, and don’t hesitate to reach out to Utah Gopher Control.