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Every landlord and tenant knows that leaving a residential or commercial <br>property clean and in good condition at the end of a tenancy has vital <br>financial consequences. Landlords want their property to be in good condition <br>and as attractive as possible in order to rent to future tenants.<br>
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Every landlord and tenant knows that leaving a residential or commercial property clean and in good condition at the end of a tenancy has vital financial consequences. Landlords want their property to be in good condition and as attractive as possible in order to rent to future tenants. As well departing tenants desire the return of any damage or cleaning cost they might have given and incoming tenants want to know they are moving into a sanitary and attractive apartment. Both landlords and tenants will benefit by knowing what end of tenancy cleaning services can provide.
1: What service do you provide? • Prospective customers, both landlord and tenant, need to know what the services do. Using a checklist of services provided is a good place to start. Here is a typical listing of services provided: • > In the kitchen do they- clean inside and out of all the appliances including the refrigerator, stove, oven, oven hood, microwave, toaster, garbage cans and dishwasher • - vacuum the oven fan, behind the oven and refrigerator, and any vents • - remove grime, film and mineral deposits from the sink, inside the dishwasher and all fixtures • - clean the walls, moldings, baseboards, window sills, electrical switches, counters, and cupboards and drawers inside and out • - wash the windows inside and out • - clean and polish all fixtures and faucets
In the bathrooms do they-- clean and sanitize all the surfaces, counters, walls, baseboards, and window sills • - remove grime and mineral deposits from the sink, toilet, tub, shower and fixtures • - clean inside the drawers, shelves and medicine cabinets • - wash the windows inside and out • - clean the mirrors In the other rooms do they-- wipe down the walls, floorboards • - dust the corners, ceiling, fixtures, window sills, door frames and moldings • - Clean and vacuum heater vents, radiators, air conditioners • - Clean fireplaces • - sweep, mop and wax floors • - wash windows inside and out • - Clean carpets • - clean the washing machine and clothes dryer inside and out • - scrub any laundry sinks, counters and cupboards • - wipe down a water heater
2: What type of products do you use? • It's important to know the types of cleaners and chemicals the end of tenancy cleaning services use. Particularly useful knows if they use cleaners that are environmentally friendly, that don't aggravate allergic conditions, or are toxic for pets.
3: How long will the job take and how much advance notice is needed to book an appointment? • These questions of time are significant when customers are planning their schedules for moving in or out.
4: Are you bonded and insured? Do you have references? • This information lets customers know about the cleaning services' financial reliability and gives them a chance to talk to former customers.
5: What do you charge? • This the last question because the answer needs to be evaluated in light of all the previous information. A lower price will not be a better value if fewer items are cleaned or the particular end of tenancy company in London doesn't have any flexibility with it time constraints or product use. • Asking these questions and getting clear, specific answers will guarantee a satisfactory tenancy cleaning London experience .