End Of Tenancy Cleaning
Once the tenant moves out, you will always want to have the house or apartment deep cleaned for the next person to sign your tenancy agreement.
Yes, the tenant will have cleaned it themself, but it’s always best to have a deep clean, especially if your tenancy agreement doesn’t state it’s necessary.Get In Touch
Tenants – make sure you maximise the return of your deposit
Then again, perhaps you are the tenant and want to make sure your tenancy deposit is returned in full.
One way to ensure a 100% refund is to have the house looking not just shipshape but thoroughly cleansed, immaculate and freshly scented when the landlord or managing agent comes to check through the itinerary with you.
Landlords – a happy tenant is a good tenant
As far as landlords or agents go, an end of tenancy clean means a deep clean in all areas of the property, from the kitchen and bathroom to the sitting room and bedrooms – no stone is left unturned.
That can also mean an oven clean and carpet clean - at a reduced rate - when you want to be 100% thorough for the new tenant moving in.
And why wouldn’t you? You will both be going through the inventory together, after all, so it’ll be more reassuring to have the apartment or house looking in tip-top condition on the first day of their new tenancy.
Letting agents – secure yourselves a bulk cleaning discount
If you are a managing agent or landlord with more than one property needing an end-of-tenancy clean, then we’re happy to offer a discount on additional houses or apartments.