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End of Lease Pest Control

You may find a reference to an end of lease pest control program in the special terms of your Tenancy Agreement.

Dependent upon these special terms in your Tenancy Agreement you may be required to have a flea treatment if you have pets such as a dog or cat, or a general end of lease pest control program.

Your local Jim’s Pest Control franchisee is security screened, fully trained, licensed and carries comprehensive insurance ensuring your peace of mind.

For either of these services, use our “end of lease” service code so we can send a franchisee who specialises in these areas.

Unwanted Pests at the end of your tenancy can:

  • Spread disease because some pests scavenge for food in unsanitary areas. Fleas are also known as transmitters of disease.
  • Make it difficult to get your bond back. Avoid costly tribunals with our guranteed service.
  • Make it unpleasant for the next tenant.

What We Do

Set up a guaranteed program to control the pests for your end of lease treatment program.

  • Inspect: We will carry out a survey and report our findings.
  • Gel: We may apply a special gel
  • Dust: We may apply a fine insecticidal powder to your roof void, subfloor and in your wall cavities.
  • Surface Spray: We may apply a special surface spray which is approved for Australian conditions. This is applied to the perimeter of your home or building.
  • IGR: We may apply a very safe Insect Growth Regulator which helps significantly in reducing cockroach and flea infestations

What You Can Do

  • Ensure the pest control treatment is the last thing that is done after cleaning
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End of lease pest control

It has been a practice and in some States a legal requirement that when a lessee hands over the premises at the end of his lease that premises has to be thoroughly cleaned up, damages rectified, painted and an end of lease pest control carried out.
This not only gives the new lessee a clean, perfect and pests free premises it would also be a good marketing initiative. Any premises well maintained and with an end of lease pest control certification from a reputed pest control company, would quickly be snapped up than others.
An end of lease pest control certification would definitely add value to the premises, and when a prospective lessee walks into the premises he is sure to be impressed.
The end of lease pest control certification should cover practically all household pests. Each pest has it’s own unique trait and has to be combated differently. Termites the most devastating pest, would need an entirely different approach in controlling compared to cockroaches, that breed disease. Likewise, each type of household pests would need individual attention in the approach to combat them.

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There are many pests that scrounge on our food and bring along very dangerous diseases. Even a minute morsel of food left behind would be detected by them, and they will relish the prospect of joining us in our abode. Pests are very formidable and once they know our weaknesses to leave strewn food they would definitely be our house guests. An end of lease pest control exercise would effectively check their proliferation. The new lessee if he is careful can maintain the good work for some time, but would need to regular keep a check on the premises for pests.
Only trained and experienced professionals in end of lease pest control certification would be able to evaluate the gravity of the pest problem at your premises and take effective measures in combating them. Employing the suitable pest control methods and the usage of approved chemicals is imperative, especially in carrying out end of lease pest control certification.
Failure to obtain an end of lease pest control certification would not only make you liable to the relevant authorities, but could prevent you from leasing out your premises till such time that you comply. Complying with an end of lease pest control certification is to your advantage.
If your premises are full of creepy crawly pests, it would not only deter prospective lessees from even stepping into your premises, they would not do so even if you have other premises to lease elsewhere. No amount of advertising budgets would suffice to correct a bad image once it is created.