SPECIALIST END OF TENANCY CLEANING
We have over 10 years experience with end of tenancy cleaning.
Get in touch if your tenancy agreement is coming to an end and you need to arrange to have your flat/house cleaned to it’s best ability. Most landlords/letting agents require the property to be left in a flawless condition in order for them refund your deposit.
Our professional cleaners will deep clean the property at the end of the tenancy contract to ensure it meets the standard expected by your landlord/letting agent. Additionally moving into a new property can be a very stressful time not to mention you might not get your deposit back if the property is not professionally cleaned.
Depending on the size of your new flat or house we provide a 24 hour guarantee for the service after the job is done. Even if you are too excited to get to your brand new home, you still cannot escape the chore of move out cleaning. Again, your landlord would not give you all your deposit money if do not clean the place before leaving. This is, of course, because he would end up having the place cleaned for the next tenants to move in.
On your part, cleaning your old home can actually benefit you. This will give you a chance to check all drawers and cabinets. If you do it thoroughly, you might even find things which you thought you have lost already. So whether or not you care about getting the deposit, post tenancy cleaning is quite important. Nevertheless, if you don’t care about cleaning too you can easily ask us to do the job for you. For a fee, we would be able to do the cleaning efficiently so it would no longer be a burden for you.
Our experienced teams of end of tenancy & moving in are fully trained to provide the highest standards of service. Naturally, all rooms and areas of the property will be cleaned to a professional finish.
“I was really happy with the service provided by Nadia from ‘The Cleaning Girls’. The job was done within 2 days, the price was excellent value for money and I will likely use them for my other properties going forward.”