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What To Do At The End Of Tenancy Part 1

Posted on May 10, 2011 by in Cleaning Advice | 0 comments

If you are a tenant and your rental period will end soon, you should start making plans for the moving day. First thing you should consider is how can you ensure that the deposit paid when you move in is returned intact.

Most of the landlords include in the lease contract a clause which obliged the tenant to pay a security deposit as an insurance against a eventual property damages, repairs or breaks. Usually, the deposit is paid along with the first monthly payment and its amount vary from landlord and property.

It is relatively simple to identify is something is broken or not, but the question who is responsible can often be much more unclear. The landlord will expect to return the property as close as possible to the initial condition in which it was when you moved in. One certain thing that the landlord will look for is the cleanliness of the property. If it is not thoroughly cleaned at the end of tenancy then most certainly the landlord will deduct the cost of hiring professional cleaning company of your deposit. In most cases this deduction will be a lot more than the actual cost of the end of tenancy cleaning services.

That is exactly why you should consider hiring a cleaning company to help with your end of tenancy cleaning. In this way, you can keep an eye on the budget and also you can control the cleaning process.

There are many cleaning companies and you should have no problems finding one in your area. Ensure that the company is trustful and hire them. If you move out of Acton then you should not worry about this matter because there are many good Acton cleaners providing quality end of tenancy cleaning Acton.

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