Professional end of tenancy cleaning covers your entire rented property: the living area, kitchen, bathrooms, and bedrooms. Depending on the type of unit you stay in, you may also need to get the carpets cleaned, and the garden spruced up. The following list covers the items that are included in Airtasker’s end of tenancy cleaning services: Dust removal for end of tenancy cleaning
A typical cleaning job
will begin with your Tasker dusting the ceiling. It’s good to start from the top going down since dirt will settle on surfaces and the floor. Your Tasker will remove cobwebs from the ceilings, remove stains, wipe down any decorations or mouldings, and even clean the skirting boards. Door and window cleaning at the end of tenancy
End of tenancy cleaning services usually only cover the interior windows
. Still, if you want to impress your landlord/landlady, you can ask your Tasker to clean and polish the exterior windows as well.
Cleaning the doors includes the door itself, the door frame and handles, and any fixtures. You can ask your Tasker to polish the doors as well. End of tenancy cleaning: lights and electrical fixtures
Your Tasker will wipe down all lights, lampshades, and sockets
. Elaborate or hard-to-access light fixtures may take longer to clean, so your Tasker may charge an extra fee based on their assessment. Rental cleaning service: Hard furniture and surfaces
Furniture such as tables, chairs, bookcases, and shelves
make up the bulk of a rented property. That’s why it’s essential to make them as clean and shiny as your first day of renting. Your Tasker will use special tools to clean these surfaces. If necessary, they will move furniture around to get to often-missed spots such as under the bed or behind cabinets.
Certain areas, such as the living room, often feature a lot of decorations. Your Tasker will dust off each piece of decor, so places like these will take some time to clean. Deep-cleaning the kitchen at the end of tenancy
The kitchen is often one of the dirtiest parts of a house, and it can be hard to get into every nook and cranny. To make sure that you pass the final inspection, your Tasker will clean and disinfect all the cupboards, oven, hob, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, and other appliances. Since the oven and hob are usually the first items to be inspected, it is vital to remove every bit of grease and grime from them.
Other appliances that your Tasker can clean include the washing machine, tumble dryer, and extractor fans. Rental cleaning service: Bathroom and bath fixtures
Deep-cleaning your bathroom at the end of your lease makes it safe and presentable for your landlord and the next tenant. Airtasker’s end of tenancy cleaning includes cleaning and disinfecting your tiles, tub, toilet, and taps. Wall tiles will also be descaled and polished. Vacuuming soft furnishings at the end of tenancy
Your Tasker will vacuum the curtains, tablecloth, carpet, and rugs. They may use special cleaning agents or tools to deep-clean the carpet. If you have a pet, they may use a wire brush to remove fur from the rugs. Taking care of upholstery during end of tenancy deep clean
If you want to leave your rented property perfectly spotless, it’s best to get all your furniture deep-cleaned. Your Tasker may use specialised equipment to remove dust, dirt, and stains from the couches, armchairs, and mattresses. End of tenancy cleaning: floors and passageways
So what happens after all the dirt is removed from the ceilings and surfaces of your property? Your Tasker will vacuum and mop the floors, hallways, stairs, and stairwells. They may also polish the floors and staircase handrail. Clearing the garden during end of tenancy cleaning
If your property includes a garden or patio, you can ask your Tasker to clean it as well. This process includes raking up fallen leaves and branches and mowing the lawn.