End of Tenancy Cleaning - a New Industry for the Renting Generation
Now, I know it has been a LONG time since I rented a property, but I have moved house enough times in my life to know that the way the room/property is left is a reflection of yourself. While I may be happy to live in a state of disorganised chaos most of the time in my own house, I am pernickity to a point about leaving tidy any guest room or hotel room I have stayed in. Every surface must be clean, every dish must be washed, every towel either folded or in the shower/bath awaiting collection, the bed must be made, and so on.
I absolutely hate the domestic staff in a hotel coming in and seeing the room unexpectedly, which usually means I am way tidier in a hotel room than I ever am here at home.
As you'll see in the following articles, end of tenancy cleaning is basically a full cleaning service at the finish of a tenant's time in the location. It returns the property to liveable condition, and that is definitely something our current house was not in when we moved in, as the previous owner had left lots of things which we only found on inspection after taking ownership. Neither did he want any of it back, although we asked the agents to confirm with him (and then we sold it, of course). The companies under review are all based in London, but these days, there are end of tenancy cleaners in all major cities of the UK.
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