Why tenants need of end of tenancy cleaning

There are a lot of people who are living in a rented property. Most of this rental contracts are for period of six or twelve months. Before being able to moving in, the renters has to deposit a large sums. Many rental contracts include clauses that at the end of tenancy the renter will have the property cleaned. The landlord will expect the property to be returned in the same condition as when the tenants moved in. To secure the return of the rent deposit at the end of the tenancy the property must be thoroughly cleaned.

Some tenants move out of the property and leave the new tenants to deal with the mess. Even if it is not written into the agreement it is always a good idea to clean your property. That way you are ensuring that you will receive your deposit back without trouble.

Using professional end of tenancy cleaning services will ensure that everything is thoroughly cleaned including cooker hoods and filter systems, ovens, tops and surfaces, inside the refrigerators, inside all cupboards and shelving and any items that need to be cleaned. The cleaners will take care of the carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning as well as the cleaning of windows, frames, skirting boards, light fittings and switches and sills.

For the renters to do end of tenancy cleaning themselves is often not a practical decision because time is limited and it is much easier to hire a cleaning company. Normally, an average two bathroom, two bed flat takes approximately five hours and two cleaners to be cleaned without oven and carpet cleaning. Including the upholstery and carpet cleaning and the property will be cleaned for about 5 hours by three or four cleaners.

Your deposit could vary depending on the size of the property and could be a significant amount of money. Using professional end of tenancy cleaning services to get the property cleaned and thus secure your deposit back is a very worthwhile investment.

April 18, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


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