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Revised End of Tenancy Cleaning Checklist

You can download our end of tenancy cleaning checklist from bottom of this page.

Are you looking for an end of tenancy cleaning checklist based on with what your real estate agency, property firm or housing organisation and an inventory clerk is expecting? This tailor-made end of tenancy cleaning checklist is to help those who want to do end of tenancy cleaning on their own, especially students and individuals and families on low income or those which want to order a pizza for their family, friends and colleagues in order to do it in a fun way.

Our end of tenancy cleaning services is being used by thousands of private tenants, landlords, leading real estate firms and housing organisations in London, Surrey and Nationwide.

All our cleaning operatives strictly stick to the end of tenancy cleaning checklist which helps us to deliver a great job unlike other cleaning companies. All our end of tenancy cleaning bookings come with a 48 hours guarantee, that means, if there is a problem found with our service, we will come back and re-do the job.

The pricing for a great service is just great, you pay far less than many other cleaning companies with a very poor or a basic end of tenancy cleaning checklist. Why not download our end of tenancy and lease cleaning checklist today and do it your way or simply call us on 020 8942 2819 or on 0800 689 8989 or from your mobile on 07907 004090 in order to email you the checklist or give you a download link.

In order to book any of our services including moving houses, be it moving in or moving out cleaning or professional end of tenancy cleaning services in London, Surrey and anywhere in the UK, why not call on 0208 942 2819, 0800 689 8989 or after office hours on 07907 004090. International customers may call us on +44 790 700 4090 or send us an email at hi@cheapcleaningservices.com

Revised End of Tenancy Cleaning Check List

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Complete End of tenancy cleaning checklist explained

Most, if not all tenancy agreements, whether they are with a private landlord, the local council, a housing association or real estate agent will insist on a professional deep clean at the end of the tenant’s time in the property, in order to clear away the inevitable dirt and grime that daily living will have produced and to leave things spotless and sparkling for the next resident.

Tenants have several options for this, including hiring a specialist deep clean end of tenancy cleaning company, or tackling part or the entire job themselves.

There is plenty to think about when conducting a deep end of tenancy clean, so here are some of the main areas that should receive attention during the cleaning process.

A good cleaning company will be able to go through this list, ticking off the jobs as they go to make sure nothing is missed out. In this series of three blogs, we look at the jobs that need to be done – starting with the living room, dining room and kitchen

Living room and dining room
• Steam clean and vacuum all carpets and rugs
• Scrub and wash hard floors – wood, parquet, marble etc
• Dust and wipe all radiators, shelves, picture rails and skirting
• Dust and wipe all window ledges
• Clean windows, inside and (if safe) out
• Dust and wipe all doors, jambs, hinges – and polish any doorknobs or fittings
• Wipe clean all light sockets and remove finger marks from walls
• Remove cobwebs from ceilings and walls – and dust lampshades
• Clean curtains, cushions and upholstered furniture using specialist techniques
• Polish wooden furniture and tidy contents being left in the room

Kitchen
• Wash and disinfect all work surfaces
• Clean cupboards and drawers inside and out. Check and tidy contents
• Wash, dry, polish and stack cutlery, crockery and utensils
• Clean all sinks and taps, paying special attention to lime scale removal
• Degrease and polish wall tiles, cupboard tops and hard-to-reach areas
• Clean oven and hob inside and out, including grill pans, racks and trays
• Remove grime from extractor fan and clean and dry thoroughly
• Defrost and clean fridge and freezer, removing all food deposits
• Clean washing machine and dishwasher, including soap drawers and filters
• Clean exterior of all appliances, including toaster, kettle and microwave
• Empty and clean all bins and recycling containers, replacing all bin liners
• Clean windows, inside and (if safe) out – plus blinds
• Dust and wipe all doors, jambs, hinges – and polish any doorknobs or fittings
• Wipe clean all light sockets and remove finger marks from walls
• Remove cobwebs from ceilings and walls – and dust light fittings

End of tenancy cleaning: checklist part two

Bathroom
• Wipe down all doors windows and fittings with germicidal solution
• Clean woodwork, door frames and pipe work with germicidal solution
• Degrease and polish wall tiles, cupboard tops and hard-to-reach areas
• Clean bath, basin and shower cubical thoroughly, paying special attention to lime scale removal on taps and around shower fittings
• Clean, de-scale and disinfect toilets, urinals and bidets and surrounding areas
• Clean and polish mirrors
• Scrub floors with germicidal solution
• Dust and wipe all doors, jambs, hinges – and polish any doorknobs or fittings
• Wipe clean all light sockets and remove finger marks from walls
• Remove cobwebs and dust light fittings
• Launder all towels and linens and clean shower curtains and mats

Bedrooms
• Steam clean and vacuum all carpets and rugs
• Scrub and wash hard floors – wood, parquet, marble etc
• Dust and wipe all radiators, shelves, picture rails and skirting
• Dust and wipe all window ledges
• Clean windows, inside and (if safe) out
• Dust and wipe all doors, jambs, hinges – and polish any doorknobs or fittings
• Wipe clean all light sockets and remove finger marks from walls
• Remove cobwebs from ceilings and walls – and dust lampshades
• Vacuum mattress and remake bed with fresh bed linen.
• Launder and iron all previously used linen
• Clean curtains, cushions and upholstered furniture using specialist techniques
• Polish wooden furniture and tidy contents being left in the room

End of tenancy cleaning: checklist part three

Halls
• Steam clean and vacuum all carpets and rugs
• Scrub and wash hard floors – wood, parquet, marble etc
• Dust and wipe all radiators, shelves, picture rails and skirting
• Dust and wipe all doors, jambs, hinges – and polish any doorknobs or fittings
• Wipe clean all light sockets and remove finger marks from walls
• Remove cobwebs from ceilings and walls – and dust lampshades

Stairs
• Steam clean and vacuum all stair carpet
• Clean staircase treads, risers, balustrades and handrails
• Wipe clean all light sockets and remove finger marks from walls

Communal areas
• Steam clean and vacuum all carpets and rugs
• Scrub and wash hard floors – wood, parquet, marble etc
• Dust and wipe all radiators, shelves, picture rails and skirting
• Dust and wipe all doors, jambs, hinges – and polish any doorknobs or fittings
• Wipe clean all light sockets and remove finger marks from walls
• Remove cobwebs from ceilings and walls – and dust lampshades
• Remove any unclaimed post or paperwork

This also includes lounge, the entire furniture in the property, carpets from top and bottom, on top, in and under the shelves, ensuring all electric bulbs, tube-lights as well as the electric and gas meter have been properly cleaned.

Should there be black grumpy walls, moulds, they should be as well properly cleaned and cleared, in order to ensure, the tenant can get its full deposit.

End of tenancy cleaning job should be handed over to experienced cleaners which know what they are doing. Do not just give it a try to someone cheaper which may put your entire deposit at risk.

A good tenancy cleaning service actually costs a little bit, but at the same time, you should ensure to avoid shocking and hidden prices, it is always great to ask for customer reviews and to check if they know what they say they know

Asking for references in and around your postcode may be a good idea too, if the tenancy cleaning company is changing the subject, that’s probably a good sign with how good they can clean, it would be rather better to read their reviews online and see what people are saying about their end tenancy cleaning services

If you are looking for someone professional which can provide you with all inclusive, full or part end of tenancy cleaning services in London and Surrey, then Cheap Cleaning Services Ltd might be one of the best company I have been personally hiring and will always recommend for their ethics, punctuality, morality and top of that great service and pricing structure

They are probably the only cleaning company in London which actually ensures you get what you pay for. They are amazing when it comes to customer support, answering your calls and emails before and after taking money, they have probably one of the most lowest re-clean rate, but always are happy to promise

In short, if you are looking for professional end of tenancy cleaners in London or in Surrey or 40 miles radius, you should try their service and you will be amazed with their professionalism!

Good Luck and wishing you a great happy new move!

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