Why it’s important to have the End of Tenancy Cleaning done right?

For most of you who haven’t come across an End of Tenancy Cleaning and don’t understand what’s involved we hope in this article to shed some light into this topic. End of Tenancy Cleaning is generally required when you leave your rented premises. This is to ensure that the flat will be clean enough for the new tenants. The End of Tenancy Cleaning involves thorough cleaning of the property from kitchen appliances such as oven, dishwasher, washing machine etc. to descaling bathroom, toilets, sinks, hoovering and mopping everywhere. It’s quite comprehensive cleaning which is normally performed by professional end of tenancy cleaning company such as Citi Clean. This cleaning service is generally checked by independent clerk who will examine the quality of the service and if it doesn’t pass an inspection you may be liable for additional cleaning fees. Therefore, it’s very important to get it done correctly to avoid any additional fees or deposit deductions.

What does an End of Tenancy Cleaning Service involve?

As mentioned earlier, an end of tenancy cleaning is quite comprehensive service. Every room in the property will be cleaned to a high standard. For example:

Kitchen – All kitchen appliances including oven, dishwasher, washing machine, cooker, extraction fan, microwave etc. Kitchen cupboards inside and out, descaling sink, cleaning tiles and hoovering and mopping the floor

Bathroom – Descaling shower screen & toilet. Cleaning bathroom tiles and internal windows leaving no smear marks. Dusting radiators and cleaning behind the toilet.

Lounge – Wiping pictures, mirrors, furniture, TV’s, light fittings etc. Internal window cleaning, skirting boards and door frames. Hoovering and mopping the floors

Bedroom – Cleaning inside wardrobes and chest of drawers. Dusting behind and under bed.Cleaning the windows from the inside. Dusting door frames, skirting boards, pictures, and light fittings. Hoovering and mopping the floors.

Hallway/Stairs – Hoovering and mopping the floor. Dusting the light fittings, pictures, mirrors, skirting boards door frames.

The above description is a basic explanation of what normally is involved in an End of Tenancy Cleaning service. Most cleaning companies will have their own cleaning checklist and we would advise you to familiarise yourself with that checklist and insist the cleaners will stick to it when performing the service.

Can you do the End of Tenancy Cleaning Service yourself?

If you haven’t cleaned your property for an End of Tenancy Cleaning, we would advise you to seek professional cleaning company to perform this service as you need to have an experience of cleaning various surfaces, appliances etc. Further, you may have to spend significant amount of money to acquire cleaning products and equipment. Not only that you will have to clean the whole property, but you need to be familiar with how to clean the oven, remove the limescale from shower screen, taps and sink, and generally leaving the place spotless. This will ensure that your property will be ready for an inspection and no deductions will be made if all is up to standard.

Did you know that carpet steam cleaning is a general requirement for an end of tenancy cleaning? Thus, if you have carpeted areas in the property you may have to clean them professionally using hot water extraction machine. The same applies for upholstery such as sofas, armchairs, tables chairs and curtains. You won’t be able to perform professional steam cleaning of carpets and furniture by yourself as this requires professional equipment.

You can rent a Rug Doctor but your estate agent or landlord would not approve this equipment for cleaning the carpets and upholstery, and you may end up paying additional fees for a professional steam cleaning.

If you are looking for professional end of tenancy cleaning, we at Citi Clean can provide you with some of the best prices and service you can find in London by visiting our webpage at https://cleansimply.co.uk/end-of-tenancy-cleaning/ . Alternatively, give our friendly team a call 7 days a week on 02034881686.

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