Good Clean Fun and Moving Day Etiquette
Moving home invariably involves the application of quite an element of elbow grease! Once furniture is moved and possessions are bring packed into boxes, it will reveal areas of your property that perhaps are missed in terms of day to day cleaning. Don’t forget to factor in time in the moving process to clean your property.
When selling a property there is often an agreement to leave the property ‘broom swept’. Essentially, the property should be left in the same state that you’d be happy to move into. Furthermore, there are often strict rules relating to the vacating of a rental property. Failure to leave the property clean and in the same state as it was in at the start of the tenancy can often result in the loss of the initial deposit.
Equally anything that has been broken during a tenancy often has to be fixed or even replaced. If you’re in any doubt about the state of the premises, it’s worth looking back on the inventory to ascertain the original condition of the property. Don’t overlook the condition of the outside of your property either. Tidy up the shed and garden and sweep up prior to the new owners moving in.
After many decades of moving people in and out of new homes, we understand every facet of the moving process and appreciate that not everyone has the time or capacity to complete the cleaning duties themselves before moving day. To ease your cleaning troubles we can recommend a cleaning service by professional cleaning staff. The cleaning operatives will arrive on site with their own equipment, so that there is no disruption to your packing. These services can also be used before the moving date, if you are preparing your house to sell it.
For any further advice on preparing for a house move or for further information on moving day cleaning services, please contact us on 01902 714555 or email email@example.com.