End of Lease Flea TReatment

End of Lease Cleaning Hobart - Coastal Carpet Cleaning - Simon applying flea treatment- Carpet protection.

Coastal Carpet Cleaning an help with your End of Lease Cleaning in Hobart. Although fully licensed to provide pest control services, at this point in time we are focusing simply on providing flea treatment services to customers who may require this upon vacating their rental.

As a carpet cleaner it troubled me to see tenants in Hobart being charged excessive rates upon vacating as in accordance with their end of lease agreements. Having to pay for a carpet cleaner to clean their carpets, and then a seperate pest control service to provide flea treatment consequently results in an excessive bill!

Saving yourself money and time

Saving you both money and time, Coastal Carpet Cleaning can assist with your end of lease. Also able to provide both services in the same day/ booking, subsequently saving you money. As mentioned above we are fully licensed to provide this service. Call today for a fast hassle free quote, we will be happy to assist in you getting that bond back.

Professional Flea Treatment in Hobart
for your end of lease

Adult fleas live exclusively as parasites of warm-blooded animals, especially mammals, although birds may also be attacked. Whilst they show a certain degree of host preference. Fleas are by no means specific and subsequently will feed on other animals in the absence of the normal host. Furthermore they also tend to be more nest than host-specific. Whilst the adults may feed on the blood of a variety of animals, the larvae require more precise conditions. These conditions are associated with the habitats and nesting habits of the hosts rather than the characteristics of their blood.

do you need flea treatment for your end of lease clean in hobart?

Not surprisingly, cat fleas are responsible for many flea infestations. The remainder being attributable to a variety of bird and animal species. Wall-to-wall carpesting also provides a relatively undisturbed environment for flea larvae to develop, whilst the spread of central heating has served to ensure ideal temperature conditions.

Furthermore, fleas can be carriers of disease or may transmit parasitic worms. The most serious infection which they can spread is bubonic plague, transmitted to man by rodent fleas (Xenopsylla cheopis) which carry the causative bacillus from infected rats. In the past rodent fleas have been responsible for serious epidemics of the disease, notably the Black Death in Europe and Asia in the 14th to 17th centuries. Rodent fleas may also carry murine typhus, and because of their readiness to attack humans as well as rats, are probably the major flea carrier of disease. The dog flea is an intermediate host of the dog tapeworm , whose vertebrate host is usually the dog (occasionally the cat) but which can sometimes be transmitted to man.

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Flea bites are identified as a tiny dark red spot surrounded by a reddened area. The bite persists for one or two days and is intensely irritating. First bites are not generally liable to cause serious reactions, but they may lead to hypersensitivity. Reactions are usually delayed following regular biting over a long period; Subsequently there will then follow a period when reactions are immediate. For this reason your landlord or agent may require the prevention of such infestations before a new tenant moves in.