End Of Lease Flea Treatment Sydney

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

Note: Full electronic invoicing provided which can be forwarded to your real estate manager to clear your End of Lease Flea Treatment.

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 for a Full Pest Control treatment to be conducted to knock down 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
  • Dog Fleas

Health Problems with Fleas

  • Can cause anaemia and chronicle diseases.
  • 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.
  • Common symptoms of flea bites are sudden fever, diarrhoea, joint pain and prolonged feeling 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.

Having a problem with Fleas, Or need to make a booking today?

You can contact our friendly team here at Quality Pest Management & Solutions anytime by filling out our contact form, or by calling us on: 0423 698 894. We have extremely fast turn around times and provide full electronic invoicing which can be forwarded to your real estate manager to clear your end of lease & bond.