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03 November 2013
Your Guide to End of Tenancy Cleaning
Your Guide to End of Tenancy Cleaning

We become excited at the prospects that will come with a new address, the challenges, discoveries, new epicenes, the people we meet, the things we try, and more. We see this as a new chapter in our existence in which we will do things differently so that we can improve ourselves. It represents everything that is too come and will be the hub and heart of your life. It is where you return to in order to relax, be safe, reinvigorate yourself and reassess your course of action. Similar things are applied when you purchase a new office because it can be the boost you business needed, creating new success and opportunities. However, all of this can be ruined when you enter for the first time as the owner of the abode, only to see that it is messy, dusty, muddy, stained, old, unkempt and unsanitary.


This can crush your joy and happiness. You would expect that the previous owner would have committed some time to making things suitable but find yourself with a dirty new abode. Cleanliness is something you expect and so you should ensure that it applies both ways. When you leave your old address, someone else may be moving into it, so you should extend the same courtesy that you expect and get cleaning.


Cleaning a home during a move will not be simple because you are already so busy with other things. Managing your planning, packing, furniture removals, transportation and more can take up all your time and energy so finding the opportunity to clean your home top to bottom will be difficult. The easies way of going about it though is to hire a cleaning firm to do the work or you, so this way you can dedicate yourself to your move. Conversely, you could hire a moving firm to see to all you packing and heavy lifting, while you contend with the cleaning. It may be possible to employ both, so you will have the best result with little work.


If you have to handle your cleaning yourself then you should be ready for all it entails. This won’t be a simple job of wiping things with a cloth but a comprehensive process. You will have to work out a schedule to certify that everything is completed and on time. You will have to se what tools and detergents you need and go out and buy them. Assign different chores and areas to members of the house of office to get the job done quicker.


The floors of your home should be given a lot of dedication because they can suffer the most from our living. You have to vacuum and wipe every inch of your floors until they look as good as new. You should be able to get to all parts with furniture out of the way, and you should apply agents and scrub comprehensively to remove stains, as well as steams indentations in accepts.


You must be thorough with your clean by seeing to every part of the building. Wipe the inside of cupboards, as well as on top and underneath them. Empty every room so no items persist, and be sure to check your attic, basement and/or shed of belongings. Disinfect the bathroom and work surfaces so they are ready for use, make the windows shine, ensure any furniture being left behind is in good condition and make sure that the garden is orderly.


End of tenancy cleaning can be a tough task but with these tips and some hard work, it will be completed in no time.



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