If you are reading this blog you’re probably about to move out of your property soon and are thinking about the dreaded end of tenancy clean.
Be careful about using companies that offer cheap cleaning deals as this almost always leads to big headaches and deposit deductions further down the line.
Here are our top tips for organising an end of tenancy clean:
Check your tenancy agreement to ensure you are absolutely clear about the standard of clean expected and whether carpets need to be cleaned? You don’t want to pay for a re-visit if cleaning is not good enough.
Does the price quoted include use of company cleaning equipment and products?
Is the company fully insured and do they hold a current public liability insurance certificate?
Is the company a professional cleaning company with experience, equipment and trained staff capable of carrying out end of tenancy cleanin?.
Does the company have a proven track record showing an ability to work closely with landlords and letting agents especially regarding the check-out process and reports?