End Of Lease Flea Treatment

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End Of Lease Flea Treatment Sydney – From $80.00+GST!!!

Note: We Provide Full electronic invoicing after serivce & payment which can be directly forwarded to your real estate manager to clear your End of Lease Flea Treatment requirements.

In NSW an End of Lease Flea Treatment or similar is a mandatory requirement according to your lease or rental agreement as a requirement when vacating the property. This is the case for when there are pets living in or on the property, usually dogs or cats, to ensure that there are no fleas or pests for the next tenant staying in that property.

Most rental agreements will require a Flea Treatment to be conducted to ensure that there are no fleas left in the property once your pets move on to your new home. This is especially important as flea eggs can lay dormant for months, only hatching once they feel the vibrations caused by new tenants moving in or new pets moving around. Getting an End of Lease Flea treatment is the only way to make sure that no nasty fleas hang around the property.

Make sure to read your Rental Agreement thoroughly as in some cases Real Estate will require you to complete a Pest Control service up Vacating, this is a precautionary service to prevent Fleas, as well as, CockroachesAntsSpidersCarpet Beetles, Silverfish, etc.

Fleas in Australia

Fleas are small wingless parasitic insects commonly known as ‘Sand Fleas’ in Australia. They are dark reddish brown with an oval-shaped slender body structure. They can easily take a faster and longer leap with their six legs and can sense touch, smell, heat, humidity, and vibrations with their two antennae. Interestingly with antennas, male fleas can also locate their female partners for a hormonal reproduction.

Mostly, fleas are warm-blooded animals, and they live on a feed of sucking the blood of humans, cats, dogs, rats, mice, rabbit, squirrel, and domesticated animals. In houses, they reside in shoes, blankets, carpets, rugs, wooden floorboards, tiles, furniture, upholstery, and pet bedding. Fleas look similar to bedbugs, lice, and ticks.

Varieties of Fleas in Australia

More than 2,000 species of fleas are there in the world. But, the core varieties of fleas in Australia are:

  • Cat Fleas (Ctenocephalides felis)
  • Dog Fleas (Ctenocephalides canis)
  • Human fleas (Pulex irritans)

The latter two are rare, whereas cat fleas are the most common infestations — and despite its name, cat fleas can also infect dogs and humans.

Health Problems with Fleas

  • Can cause anaemia and chronic diseases: Fleas can cause significant blood loss, leading to anaemia, especially in young or small animals.
  • Become a reason activation of skin allergies which might reach to a level where constant antibiotic medicines are required to control the infections.
  • May cause Bartonella infection: Fleas are vectors for Bartonella, a bacterium that can cause serious infections.
  • Common symptoms of flea bites are sudden fever, diarrhoea, joint pain, and prolonged feelings of weakness.
  • Diseases caused by flea bites are: Bubonic Plague, Murine Typhus, Tungiasis, Tularemia

Fleas Prevention for animals and Homes

  • A flea combing for scrubbing and washing your animals.
  • Take your animals to the veterinary and follow prescriptions of flea control medicines.
  • Topical treatments on your pets such as shampoos, sprays, and powders.
  • Thoroughly clean your animal bedding and surrounding areas.
  • Vacuum your mats, rugs, and carpets and then throw away the cleaning bag.
  • Flea spray in your house and must take care to wear long sleeves clothing and gloves for safety and hygiene.
  • Clean all the indoor and outdoor areas surrounding your home, where your pet moves around.
  • Ask your nearby pest controller to spray pesticides in your home for once or twice a week.
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Benefits of Professional End of Lease Flea Treatment

Opting for professional end of lease flea treatment in Sydney ensures thorough and effective eradication of fleas. Professionals use advanced techniques and high-quality products that are generally unavailable to the consumer public.

This guarantees that all fleas and their eggs are eliminated, providing a pest-free environment for the next tenant. Moreover, a professional service includes a detailed report and invoice that can be submitted to your real estate agent, fulfilling your lease agreement requirements seamlessly.

The Importance of Comprehensive End of Lease Pest Control in Sydney

In addition to flea treatments, comprehensive end of lease pest control in Sydney addresses a variety of pests that might be present on your property. These include cockroaches, ants, spiders, carpet beetles, silverfish and more.

Choosing a full pest control service ensures your property is thoroughly cleaned and sanitised, leaving no room for any pest-related issues. This holistic approach meets your lease obligations and ensures peace of mind for both you and the incoming tenants.

Ensuring Compliance and Peace of Mind

When you choose QPMS for your end of lease pest control in Sydney, you’re not just meeting a rental agreement requirement; you’re ensuring peace of mind for yourself and future tenants. Our meticulous approach to flea pest control in Sydney ensures that every corner of the property is treated, eliminating any hidden infestations.

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