End of Lease Pest Control
Melbourne & Bendigo, VIC
At VIP Pest Control, we provide pest control services to make the rented property pest-free at the end of the lease.
At the end of a lease, it is important to treat your residential property for pests. This will ensure that the property is free from pests when you are advertising the property to new tenants. Having pests crawling through or flying inside a rental property is not a good sign of the cleanliness of the property and can discourage prospective tenants from applying.
End of Lease Pest Control Services
We Use The Following Pest Treatment Methods for End of Lease Pest Control
- We locate the source: We do not apply treatments anywhere for the sake of it! We locate the source of the infiltration and target it with effective pest control treatments. We either target the nest, the female pest, or the colony so that no new babies spawn.
- We provide complete coverage: We understand that you might be aware of a pest coming from a particular area. However, we check other places to ensure your property is fully controlled. This provides an effective pest control solution that stops the spread of pests.
- We treat all pests: We have the equipment and treatment products to rid your home of all types of pests, including termites and rodents. We understand pests and if we sight a particular type of pest, we will consider related pests and treated accordingly.
- We eliminate for the long-term: We understand that you will not like us visiting your home regularly to treat pests. That is why our solutions eliminate pests for the long-term. Remember to follow any instructions post-treatment to ensure our treatment solutions are not compromised.
Who is responsible for pest control in a rental property?
Typically, the landlord is responsible for pest control obligations in a rental property, unless the landlord and tenant have agreed otherwise. The parties might agree otherwise if the tenant has engaged in activities that have increased the prevalence of pests (i.e. having a pet that harbours pests or lure pests inside, bringing outside waste inside the property, kids playing with garden matter inside the property, etc.).
Regardless of who is responsible for pest control treatment, it is advisable that pests are treated on a regular basis to prevent any consequences to health and wellbeing.
What to expect during end of lease pest control inspection?
At the expiration of a lease, it is important to engage a pest controller once your existing tenants have left. It is easier to treat an investment property for pests when it is not tenanted. This makes navigating through the property quick and simple so that effective pest control treatment can occur.
Since you might not know what pests exist in your property as an investor, we can conduct a complete inspection and assessment and report back to you on what we professionally believe is required. This gives you peace of mind that your entire property is being treated for all relevant pests.
Why Choose Us for End of Lease Pest Control?
- We take pest treatment and control seriously.
- We strive to minimise the number of visitations so that you can rest assured knowing the pests have been removed from your property.
- We can either attend your home for one-off treatment or schedule regular inspections.
- We invest in the most appropriate tools and treatments, and apply leading methods to resolve pest-related issues.
- Our team of pest control professionals are highly skilled and experienced and no job is too small or too big.
- Our pest controllers understand pests and strive to treat all pests, not only the pests that make themselves visible.
End of Lease Pest Control FAQs
When Should I Book In My End of Lease Pest Control?
At VIP Pest Control, we recommend scheduling your end of lease pest control treatment services the day after all cleaning is scheduled to be completed.
Who is Responsible For Pest Control Treatment in A Rental Property?
According to the Residential Tenancy Act, at the end of a tenancy, rental properties are to be presented in the same condition as the start of the tenancy.
When you vacate your rental property, it is usually a condition of your tenancy agreement to undertake a pest control treatment if you have had pets living in the property. Check your lease agreement to see what applies to your tenancy.
Why Choose VIP Pest Control For End of Lease Pest Control?
We invest in the most appropriate tools and end of lease pest control treatments, and apply leading methods to resolve pest-related issues.
What Do I Need To Do For End of Lease Pest Control Treatment?
Please ensure that the property is vacant and notify our pest control technician whether cleaning is still to be completed and we will adjust the pest control treatment accordingly.