A pest identification guide for tenants and landlords

Some pests can often be hard to identify because they’re hard to spot. In most cases, you don’t necessarily need to identify the pest...

Bees in your rental: Responsibility and treatment

A Carniolan Honey Bee. Photo: Wikipedia. Image by David Dewitt. Dealing with a single bee at home...

Possums in your rental: Responsibility and treatment

If you've ever had a possum living above your ceiling, you'd know about it. They're known to be noisy while they walk along your...

Wasps in your rental: Responsibility and treatment

Wasps rarely go out of their way to sting, but may become hostile if threatened. Here's how to handle a potential wasp infestation at...

Spiders in your rental: Responsibility and treatment

Most spiders won't hurt anyone. But their webs can cause a mess, and for the majority of tenants, they're an unwelcome guest in the...

Fleas in your rental: Responsibility and treatment

Fleas can be a real headache for tenants, especially for those who own pets. As parasites, the biggest concern about the presence of fleas...

Ants in your rental: Responsibility and treatment

Ant control is not always as simple as it seems. They're small and come in large numbers which can make controlling them an ongoing...

Termites in your rental: Responsibility and treatment

Heard something tapping at night? Or has the skirting board collapsed in your bedroom? You might have a termite problem in your rental. Know your...
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Bed bugs in your rental: Responsibility and treatment

Whether they’re in your home or your hotel, bed bugs are a seriously unwanted pest. Early detection is important to ensure the bugs do not spread.

Cockroaches in your rental: Responsibility and treatment

Cockroaches can cause major issues for tenants and landlords in rental properties. While they're usually there to eat left-out food (how kind) here's how...

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How can I protect my property while allowing pets?

"What is the best way to protect my property while also allowing my tenant to have a pet?" We asked Jarrad Mahon for his advice.