- 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.
- Bite Back Pest Control are 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
- Inspect: We will carry out a survey and report our findings.
- Set up: a guaranteed program to control the pests for your end of lease treatment program.
- 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.
What You Can Do
- Ensure the pest control treatment is the last thing that is done after cleaning