END OF LEASE PEST CONTROL TOOWOOMBA
When a tenant vacates a rental property at the end of their lease, they may need to arrange for an end of lease pest control to be carried out.
In Toowoomba, tenants are responsible for keeping rental properties in good condition. Your lease agreement will outline the details of whether you are responsible for undergoing an end of lease pest control before you move out. For example, it’s common for properties that allow pets to require tenants to perform end of lease flea treatments that come with a 30-day warranty as a minimum. If these treatments aren’t carried out properly, such as an end of lease fumigation, the property manager may withhold some of your bond.
If you’re moving out of your rental property, Pete’s Pest Control can undertake an end of lease pest control Toowoomba wide and provide a 12-month warranty on our work. Speak to our team if you’d like to arrange an end of lease pest control service for your rental property.
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Toowoomba’s Pest Control Experts
Pests are a simple fact of life for most of us. From time to time, renters and landlords alike will need to deal with fleas, ants, cockroaches or even bigger pests like rats. Pete’s Pest Control offers a broad range of end of lease pest control services throughout Toowoomba.
We customise our end of lease fumigation treatments to target your specific pest problems, including:
- Rats and mice
- Bed bugs
We work with both landlords and their tenants on Residential Pest Control delivering tailored end of lease pest control solutions that protect your property for longer.
End of Lease Flea Treatments Toowoomba
Some landlords allow tenants to bring dogs, cats and other pets into their rental property. Renters living with pets are often asked to arrange an end of lease flea treatment when it is time for them to move out to make sure the home is comfortable for the next tenant. Pete’s Pest Control are Flea Treatment Services experts. We tailor all of our end of lease flea treatment solutions for homes all over Toowoomba. Each of our flea protection packages is tailored to suit your specific property and needs. That means you can rest assured our treatments will be effective and offer protection for your investment properties.
When Should I Book In My End Of Lease Pest Control?
For tenants, it’s best to arrange flea and pest treatment appointments for when you’ve moved your belongings out of the house and done your general cleaning and any carpet cleaning. Carpet cleaning and mopping can interfere with end of lease pest control treatments, so cleaning should be taken care of beforehand.
Exiting tenant internal and external Flea Treatments From $121
Exiting tenant Cockroaches, Ants, Spiders and Flea Treatments From $341
If you’re a landlord or tenant who needs end of lease pest control, speak to the team at Pete’s Pest Control today. We operate across the Toowoomba region, offering residential and Commercial Pest Control. Our team can tailor an end of lease pest control solution to suit your property and ensure it’s free of pests before the next tenants move in. Get in touch with us today to arrange an appointment.
Frequently Asked Questions
Landlords are nominally responsible for end of lease pest control treatments, unless your lease agreement states otherwise. It’s common for rental leases to require tenants to pay for pest control. You’ll need to check your lease to figure out whether or not you are responsible.
Tenants are also typically required to deal with pest infestations that began while you were living on the property. That means you may be required to pay for pest control even if the lease states that it’s your landlord’s responsibility.
You should book an end of lease pest control treatment if the property has noticeable issues with bugs, rodents, birds and other pests. Check your lease agreement before moving out of a rental – you may be required to book an end of lease pest treatment regardless of the condition of the home.
It’s a good idea for tenants and landlords to pay for professional pest control every 12 months. A regular treatment program can prevent pest infestations, protects your home and ensures you’re meeting the terms of your lease agreement. Make sure to review your lease for details. You may be required to pay for pest control at certain times, such as when you move out of the home.
Your landlord is only required to deal with genuine pest issues and infestations. You typically can’t ask them to pay for pest control just to deal with common household critters. Additionally, you can only ask your landlord to pay for pest control if it’s their responsibility under your lease agreement. In that case, you should inform your landlord of any issues you’re having with pests and ask them to book a professional treatment.