There are home cleaning services to suit a range of needs, but did you know that you can hire an end of tenancy cleaning service to take care of your cleaning needs after you move out? Moving home can be a difficult time for even the most organised person, so having one less job to do (or a whole host of jobs!) can really lighten the load. So, what can you expect?
Most agencies will offer a range of cleaning services as standard, but there are some that go above and beyond and offer specialist services to those in need.
In general, you can expect:
If you are looking for a deeper clean, some companies will offer upholstery cleaning (for sofas and beds), gutter cleaning, on-the-spot filling of holes and cracks, basic garden maintenance and more.
One of the reasons why you may opt for this type of cleaning service is the level of expertise that is on the table. Whilst rolling up your sleeves and getting knee-deep in bleach may be effective, there’s simply no replacing the skills, speed and quality of cleaning that can be provided by the professionals.
When it comes to moving out of rented accommodation, there are often deadlines that need to be met – and sometimes these can be very short indeed. What better way to ensure that the job is done properly than to hire the experts – after all, they can be finished in as little as 3-5 hours to professional standards.
Going hand in hand with the above, professional companies will make use of only the best cleaning materials – many of which will be unavailable to the general public. This means that machines like power washes and advanced steamers can be used in next to no time and only full-strength and high-end cleaning products will be used.
When you consider all of this, you’ll see that satisfaction will be all but guaranteed for both you and your landlord. There are many instances where landlords feel that their properties haven’t been left in a way that they’d like or that they’d expected – and this can lead to you losing your deposit. Hiring a cleaning company can work to ensure that this doesn’t happen, meaning that you’ll have a few extra cash in your pocket when it comes to leaving.
What better way to leave a rental property than on a happy note and with peace of mind? Ask UrbanYou