Residential Pest Control

Pests in and around your home pose a threat to the health and well-being of your family, and being a family owned and operated business we know how important your family is to you. Small children and pets are particularly susceptible to household pests. A red-back spider can be life threatening to babies, small children and pets. Cockroaches, ants, flies and rodents will contaminate food causing serious illness.

Commercial Pest Control

What would happen if the Health Inspector paid your establishment a visit? Keeping pests away from your premises is extremely important. There are precise requirements for food and beverage businesses under the Food Safety Standards for keeping food storage, display and dining areas free from pests. Without a Pest Control Programme in place, a food and beverage business runs the risk of being fined or even closed down by the Department of Health.

Rental Properties

The Residential Tenancies Act states that the lessor shall ensure that the rental property at the commencement of the tenancy is clean and fit to live in and that the rental property is to be maintained by the lessor so that it remains fit to live in…(not clean). Therefore, unless otherwise stated in the Lease Agreement, the Lessor (landlord) is responsible for general pest control treatments for infestations from pests such as ants, cockroaches, rodents, spiders, bees, wasps, silverfish and fleas for the duration of the lease.