|02 October 2013|
Making Your End of Tenancy Cleaning Simple
Moving home can be an exciting yet demanding experience. It is one in which you will have to commit many hours of work and money in order for you to transfer your life from one address to another. When transferring from one office to another you will have to coordinate all of your staff and your regular duties in order to get the moving process handled. There is a lot to including planning, sorting goods, packing, furniture removals, transportation and more. Handling all this can take all your attention and so it can be quote easy to forget about end of tenancy cleaning. You have to have your home cleaned top to bottom before you leave it so that it is suitable or any new tenants. Finding the time to commit to this can be tough but if you are prepared and stick to the following tips, then the process can be simple.
The best ways to take care of all this is to hire professionals. If you have a moving firm taking care of your packing, etc then you can dedicate time to cleaning. You could also hire a cleaning company to do the job while you focus on your move. Having both means you will get every task completed without problem. However, getting one or both of these firms won’t always be possible and you have to do things yourself. If that is the case, then don’t worry because things can be easy f you know what to do.
Carpets and floors bear the brunt of our lives in a building and so they should be given great attention. You should see that every carpet is vacuumed thoroughly so thee is no speck of dust left on it. You should also be prepared to scrub out stains thoroughly, using the correct agents that can remove them. Your goods will no longer be in the building and so it will be easy to see to every inch of every floor.
A kitchen can be troublesome to clean because there are so many things to see to and mess can crop up easy here. The floors, and windows needing cleaning are a given, so you should spend a lot of time on the surfaces and ledges. Remove all stains and disinfect them so they are ready to prepare food. See to it that the inside of every cupboard is free of dust and dirt and will be able to safely store food in it. While especially prominent in the kitchen, this can be applied to all cupboards in the building.
Any furniture you are leaving behind should look its best, and so you should polish each one thoroughly. Ensure there are no marks or dents and if you can repair anything that would be ideal. If you are leaving a bed with a mattress, make sure that is clean.
Being through is essential to getting a home ready for new people so there is no part you can forget about. See that every window is cleaned, under any objects is seen to and that you dust on top of cupboards and any other tall items. Remove cobwebs in corners; wipe every piece of blinds, wash curtains, skirting boards, shelves, fireplaces etc. Make sure you don’t leave any goods behind that you meant to take with you, which can be done easily if you make an inventory of your things while you pack.
End of tenancy cleaning can be overcome if you follow these steps so stick to t them to make your old home/workplace look its best.