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End Of Tenancy Cleaning And Domestic Cleaning

By Darren Ackers

End of tenancy cleaning in Chiswick due to the tenant deposit scheme designed to protect tenants has grown considerably over the past few years. Tenancy contracts now stipulate that all rental properties must be professionally cleaned.

In conjunction with end of tenancy cleaning are inventories for properties, again these must take place at the start and finish of any rental agreement.

To prevent greedy landlords from holding back deposits, Inventories are essential to give protection to tenants and landlords against damage to their property.

Since Inventories for properties again have become very popular, we have seen a large amount of companies cropping up who now carry out Inventores for the lettings sector.

To be competent in taking down detailed Inventories of property conditions you only need a small amount of training in my view. If you have a good eye for detail, common sense and are computer literate there’s no reason why you cannot make a good living from property inventories.

Successful clerks can take down up to 3 inventories per day, with out burning themselves out a realistic total of 12 inventories can be compiled without breaking your back so to speak.

Getting back to the subject of end of tenancy cleaning the main difference to regular domestic cleaning is that every inch of the property is cleaned using professional grade cleaning chemicals which are concentrates diluted with water.

After any concentrate is used, every item is dried and polished using a paper based product.

Depending on how particular the inventory clerk is, no water stains can be left on any metal surfaces like the shower riser and thermostatic valve on the wall. If the clerk is ultra specific you could find some of the deposit being held back.

Remember also that professional carpet cleaning will also be required should the property have carpets on the floor. There’s only way to clean carpets and that is using very expensive machines and specific cleaning chemicals dependant on the carpet materials.

In fact most carpet manufacturers suggest their carpets to be cleaned using hot water extraction carpet cleaning techniques. As a professional in the cleaning industry, I also endorse using hot water extraction to deep clean carpets.

Before you book any end of tenancy cleaning in Brixton or any domestic cleaning in Clapham give HJ Cleaners a call.

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