If you need end of lease pest control on the Gold Coast, Jim’s are your local experts. Tenancy agreements can vary greatly, but it’s becoming more common for contracts to specify that a pest treatment is conducted when you leave a rental property.

Your local Jim’s technician is fully trained, insured, and experienced at managing pests of all kinds. Call 131 546 today to speak with our friendly staff regarding your end of lease pest inspection and treatment.

Why do you need an end of lease pest control inspection and treatment?

The terms of your rental agreement may require you to have a flea treatment or general end of lease pest control program implemented when you leave your house. Even if your pets have remained outside or only been around for a short time, you will still be required to carry out a pest control treatment.

When your tenancy agreement requires you to carry out pest control at the end of your lease, you are usually asked to provide proof of treatment. That’s why it’s always best to hire a professional rather than do it yourself.

While you may not have noticed fleas during your stay, flea eggs can lay dormant for a while and hatch after you leave. The sudden noticeable arrival of fleas after you move out can impact the next tenant, reduce your bond return, and even send you to costly tribunals.

End of Lease

What can you expect with an end of lease treatment?

When you hire Jim’s for your treatment, you will receive a thorough and satisfaction-guaranteed service.

The terms of your rental agreement may require you to have a flea treatment or general end of lease pest control program implemented when you leave your house. Even if your pets have remained outside or only been around for a short time, you will still be required to carry out a pest control treatment.

When your tenancy agreement requires you to carry out pest control at the end of your lease, you are usually asked to provide proof of treatment. That’s why it’s always best to hire a professional rather than do it yourself.

While you may not have noticed fleas during your stay, flea eggs can lay dormant for a while and hatch after you leave. The sudden noticeable arrival of fleas after you move out can impact the next tenant, reduce your bond return, and even send you to costly tribunals.

General pest control

First, we will inspect the property to locate any pests and ensure that the following treatment plan is effective and suitable for the home. In rental properties, we often find pests like:

Ants

Cockroaches

Fleas

Spiders

Silverfish

Rodents

The treatment will vary depending on the types of pests found. Your treatment program may include:

  • A specialised gel applied to cupboards.
  • Insecticidal powder dusted in the roof void, subfloor, and wall cavities.
  • Surface spray applied to the perimeter of the home.

The use of a safe insect growth regulator to control infestations

Termite inspection

Flea treatments

Fleas are tiny and can be hard to spot by the untrained eye. With more Australian families bringing pets into the home than ever before, landlords often require flea treatment to be carried out for the next tenant’s safety.

Your local technician is experienced at conducting thorough inspections for fleas and applying specialised treatment plans to prevent and control them.

When you hire Jim’s for flea treatment, you can expect:

  • A thorough inspection of the home for evidence of fleas, including flea eggs.
  • A unique plan for treatment using specialised formulations and focusing on suitable areas, including hard floors, carpets, rugs, sofas, beneath furniture, and patios.
  • The use of safe pesticides and insect growth regulators for effective and health-conscious treatment

To discuss your end of lease treatment, contact Jim’s Pest Control Gold Coast Today

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