With the buoyant rental market in the UK, End Of Tenancy Cleaning is crucial so that your rental deposit is returned from the TDS. During this article, we will give a brief description on what exactly is involved at an end of tenancy clean. We will also cover carpet cleaning.
End Of Tenancy Cleaning London and Surrey, here are more details
In brief, an end or pre-tenancy clean is a dark serious clean of the properties inside, furnishings and contents. A mobile team of experienced cleaners will arrive at your home and carry out the cleaning with contractor cleaning chemicals which are not bought on the high street. A good business will use eco-friendly chemicals that are considered as kind of the environment. The cleaning team will have a checklist so that each part of the home is cleaned; it’s general they will not clean the exterior of your home.
What’s cleaned during the End Of Tenancy Clean?
As an instance. Kitchen – deep clean of the cabinets, draws, sink, taps, microwave, fridge/ freezer and it’s shelves/ draws, oven, hob, kitchen surfaces, appliances including filters and washing machine soap dispenser, tiles and flooring.
Shower Room or Bathroom – architrave, skirting, door frame, radiators, flooring, sanitary ware, bath, sink, shower, tiles and removal of most mold and lime scale.
And of course the remainder of the property.
Details On Professional Wet Carpet Cleaning?
The best procedure for cleaning carpets is using hot water extraction; there are many machines on the market, however, the Galaxy by Prochem is a great machine for perfect results. Hot water extraction means that a mix of hot water and suitable chemicals are flushed through the carpet, and then the remaining water is vacuumed so that the carpet is nearly dry. For stubborn stains a pre-spray or pre-spotter is used to draw the stain out, then the area is cleaned using hot water extraction