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End of tenancy cleaning

END OF TENANCY CLEANING INFOGRAPHIC Brought to you by . Cem ding ia WHAT IS END OF TENANCY CLEANING? DID YOU KNOW? End of tenancy cleaning is the name given to the deep cleaning of a tenanted property before a new tenant moves in. According to general or professional cleaning is a leading cause of deposit dispute between landlords and tenants at the end of the tenancy. DO I NEED IT ? For landlords: ensures your property is spotless for the new tenant moving in For tenants: most likely required by your tenancy agreement WHAT IF I DON'T? In most cases your estate agent or landlord is within their rights to deduct the cost of cleaning from your deposit. WHAT DOES IT INCLUDE? End of tenancy cleaning checklists should include specific items including: front door oven kitchen cupboards fridge/freezer limescale on taps and tiles carpets (additional costs may apply) behind furniture skirting boards curtains (additional costs may apply) and much more *Twinkle Clean uses an extensive cleaning checklist with over 200 items COST? CAN I DO IT MYSELF? Depends on size of the property and if you need any carpets or upholstery professionally cleaning. We would advise against doing the end of tenancy cleaning yourself as landlords and inventory clerks use very strict checklists for checking the cleaning. Furthermore your agent or landlord may require to see a receipt from a cleaning company. For a 2 bed flat in London with no carpets expect to pay in the region of £165 + VAT. Find out more at

End of tenancy cleaning

shared by Budgetinfographic on Feb 26
End of tenancy cleaning refers to the specialist deep cleaning of your rented flat or house before the new tenants move in. It’s also called move out cleaning, tenancy cleaning and just deep cleaning.


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