End of Lease Pest Control
Central Coast end of lease pest control experts.
In NSW an end of lease pest control service is most likely in the terms of your lease or rental agreement. End of lease pest control is a mandatory treatment if you have had dogs or cats and other animals at the property.
At AM Pest Solutions Central Coast, our end of lease pest treatment includes treating all the internal areas of the home and any areas where the animals were sleeping and living with a broad-spectrum insecticide and IGR (insect growth regulator) to treat the adult fleas and stop the breeding cycle.
The End of Lease pest treatment is carried out after the house has been fully cleaned and is the last thing to be completed.
A full-service report will then be provided to you. This report is then given to your property manager as proof the end of lease pest control was completed. Most rental agreements will only require you to have your home treated for fleas but in some cases, they may have other pests listed.
End of Lease Pest Control Frequently Asked Questions.
When do you do an end of lease pest control?
An end of lease pest control is done once the premises have been vacated and cleaning has been completed.
Do we only need to do a flea treatment at the end of lease pest service?
This will depend on the lease agreement. We recommend confirming exactly what pest control services you are required to do as part of your lease agreement.
What do I need to give my landlord to prove an end of lease pest spray has been completed?
We will provide you with an invoice and documentation to confirm that the pest treatment has been completed. You will then be able to provide this document to your landlord as proof you have met the end of lease spray requirements.