Are you coming to the end of your lease agreement? Have you had pets? Then you may be required to undergo end of lease pest control for your Rockhampton property. The Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008
requires that tenants leave the property in the same condition as they entered. And this includes pests.
Landlords who allow their tenants to have pets often have special clauses included in the tenancy agreement stating that leaseholders are responsible for hiring professional pest control to carry out annual flea control treatments as well as end of lease pest control.
While we know that moving is often a stressful time, but having a professional end of lease pest spray can save you further headaches down the road. For example, any unwanted pests at the end of your tenancy will not only make your property unpleasant for the next tenants, but they can also make it difficult to get your bond back.
What's Involved With End Of Lease Pest Treatments?
As licensed pest controllers, we provide a professional level of service that will ensure your property is left in an immaculate condition. For our end of lease pest control service we:
- Carry out a thorough inspection
- Conduct a comprehensive surface spray on the perimeter and surrounds of your residence
- If required, we may also use additional protective measures including Insect Growth Regulator and insecticidal powder to contain future pest infestation
End Of Lease Flee Treatment
For occupants who've owned pets during their tenancy, flea treatments are often mandatory, particular if you want to get your bond back.
At Dynamic Services, we use the safest and most effective flea control available. It interrupts the lifecycle of the flea and destroys eggs that have not hatched. Daniel provides treatment under rugs, mats and outdoor areas where fleas tend to breed.
Combine your end of lease pest control with our carpet steam cleaning service to ensure a hassle-free exit when vacating your rental.