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Rental Properties Are for People, Not Pests!

Rental Properties Are for People, Not Pests!

Australia is home to a plethora of pests of all possible types. In many instances, the continent has earned the nickname of ‘pest capital of the world’ due to its unintentional hospitable environment for them. End of lease treatment control in Melbourne is sought by both the tenants and the landlady/lord as per the agreement made between both the parties prior to moving in. 

Tenants are legally bound to leave the rental property in hygienic and tidy condition. If not, they can get into trouble and it might cost them expensively. 

One has to give a cleaned rental property back to its owner to claim the bond money and move out smoothly. 


End of Lease Cleaning & End of Lease Control 

The washing, vacuuming, dusting, and cleaning activities that the rental property needs for a sparklingly clean look fall under the purview of End of Lease Cleaning services. 

Trapping, relocating and eradicating the pest issues infesting the rental properties for making the space hygienic, livable, and safe for new tenants coming in is End of Lease Treatment Control services. 

Both are not to be mistaken. Not all end of lease cleaning service providers stay equipped and possess the skill to deal with pests. Specialized services need the intervention of professionals especially skilled to tackle the specific challenges associated. 

One always goes for End of Lease Treatment Control in Melbourne after End of Lease Cleaning. Else, the disinfecting solutions used for killing or chasing off pests will get washed away with the cleanings and washings. 


Why Seeking the Service Becomes Necessary? 

Every person has got the right to stay in a hygienic, safe, and clean place. As a landlord, it becomes your duty to provide the new tenants with a clean and safe property that ensures a healthy atmosphere around. As an old tenant who is moving out, it becomes your duty to return the property to the property owner in a good condition, neat and clean as you had it while it was leased out to you initially. 

Experienced pest controllers can not just control the growth of new pests on the property after eradicating the older ones, but also correctly evaluate the pest damages. Professionals have a better understanding of the cleaning solutions, agents and other pesticides/insecticides that do the job appropriately. 

Their trained eyes can dig out the hiding experts better and quicker than a novice ever can. 


Having A Pest Control Servicing Certificate Helps

In Melbourne or anywhere across the continent, having a pest control servicing certificate is always a major convincing tool in the hands of the property owner. Any new potential tenant would feel relaxed and confident to move into the rental property that is certified by reputable pest controllers

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It gives them much-needed peace of mind. Pests transmit diseases to humans and pets. It is annoyingly disgusting to have roaches, rodents, arachnoids, and ants roaming around freely inside the house. It damages the property and household items steadily.  Tenants do not pay an amount to invite such disgusting troubles into their lives. 


Wrapping up

It is important to get in touch with reliable and reputable pest controllers to get the crawling annoyance out of the property. 

Tenants don’t pay rentals for living together with pests under the same roof. Property owners don’t need your little crawling unwanted living partners left behind when you move out to start afresh. 

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Essential Oils that Pests Hate

Essential Oils that Pests Hate  

The very mention of essential oils flashes the image of natural beauty therapies and deeply relaxing spa sessions. Many of you can relate to it, isn’t so? What if we tell you that the essential oils that you add to your beauty regime for tackling the concerns of skin and hair can be very good pest repellent. 

Yes, the scope of essential oils goes far beyond treating your beauty concerns and sensitizing your mood. The smell that feels soothing fragrance to your nostrils is an intolerable odour to the pests you wish to get rid of. Don’t you feel like using it in the favour of your property? 

How if you may ask, let us get the answer for you here. 


Understanding Essential Oils

Essential oils are chemical compounds (the essence of the fragrance associated with the plant it is derived from) extracted from different parts of a plant (like fruits, and flowers). The extraction of the concentrated liquid happens via distillation or steaming mostly. 

The use of different types of essential oils is common for making cosmetics, personal care products, perfumes, air fresheners, and food/beverage flavouring agents. 

Some examples of popular essential oils used commonly are Tea Tree, Lavender, Rosemary, Cedarwood, Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Lemon, Rose, and Clove essential oils. There are others but these are used popularly for a range of purposes. 


The Scope of Essential Oils As Pet Repellents 

Many types of research have been conducted so far to establish whether or not essential oils cast deterring effects on pests. Reportedly,  Arthropods and Insects react sharply to these and hardly can withstand the strong smell for long. Other than just repelling and impacting their digestion, even the death of pests on the consumption of the oil is possible in some cases. 

Recently, more studies are being conducted to understand its scope as a “green pesticide” as it doesn’t harm crops, house plantations, pets, and humans other than the creepy pests. 

DEET is an effective mosquito repellent as studies indicate the fact that certain essential oils can do the job of it quite well. There is a rising trend for encouraging the use of essential oils as green pesticides more than synthetic ones for their ecological benefits. It is not harmful to our environment. Organic farmers are being encouraged to use it. 


Deadly Combination for Different Pests


Peppermint, Tea Tree and Eucalyptus essential oils mixed together with water and sprayed at roach infected zones can help you immensely with the issue. For every 3-4 ounces of water add 5 drops of all the three essential oils. Make the solution in the quantity you need. Make a small batch. Dip cotton balls in the solution and keep them at places where you suspect their activities more. 



Peppermint and Lemon essential oils are deadly combinations for chasing off the creepy little ants marching fearless across your property. Take half a cup of water and add 10-15 drops of peppermint oil and half the number of drops of lemon oil. Spray it areas you suspect insects are trekking joyfully. You can also try tea tree oil. 



Make a solution using Lemongrass, Tea Tree, Peppermint and Citronella essential oils to prepare your natural mosquito repellent. Mix 12 ounces of water with 15 drops of Lemongrass and Citronella each with 10 drops of Peppermint and Tea Tree oils. 

Spray into the air with windows and doors closed. 



Spiders are known to react sharply to the odour of Peppermint and Spearmint. You can take either of the two and 15 drops of it to around 12 ounces of water. Spray it at areas they are living in on their web. 

You can also use eucalyptus, Cedarwood, Citronella, and Lavender oils. 


Summing up 

Tea Tree oils, Eucalyptus oils, Peppermint oils, and Lavender oils are a few essential oils that find common applications in most solutions effective for repelling maximum pests possible. 

Use them to chase them off. But, if the infestation is too deep to deal with home-based tactics, call for pest controllers immediately. 


Two Little Creepy Pest Species in Australia: Smaller in Size but Seriously Annoying“, read our previous blog.


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