END OF LEASE PEST TREATMENT

The Residential Tenancies Act states that the lessor shall ensure that the Rental Property at the commencement of the tenancy is clean and fit to live in. Unless otherwise stated in the Lease Agreement, as a rule the LESSOR IS RESPONSIBLE for general Pest Control treatments for ants, cockroaches, fleas, silverfish and spiders.

The TENANT IS RESPONSIBLE for having a pest treatment at the end of their lease where the tenants have allowed animals on the premises or have caused pest infestations such as bud bugs or rodents. Even if the animals have only been kept outside or have only been on the property for a short stay you are required to complete a Pest Control treatment.

We are recognised by real estate agents and provide a warranty with the service for both you and the agent should any further problems arise

Carpet, upholstery cleaning

We offer a carpet cleaning service along with our END OF LEASE pest treatment - 3 rooms from $69
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