End of tenancy cleaning

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Everything to know about end of tenancy cleaning

How much is an end of tenancy clean?

In the UK, end of tenancy clean prices typically vary between £100 and £250. However, the price will depend on the size of the property, as well as how much cleaning needs to be done. For example, a one-bedroom flat may only cost £100 to clean, while a four-bedroom house could cost £250.

With Wecasa, an end of tenancy cleaning service starts at just £15.90/h. The total cost of your clean will depend on the amount of time it takes to clean your property.

Why hire a professional for an end of tenancy clean?

Cleaning before moving out is never a cakewalk and you quickly feel overwhelmed - especially in the middle of a move when you are already struggling to get organized. By calling on a domestic cleaner, you make sure to find your accommodation like new once the session is over. Hiring a house cleaning professional to carry out your end of tenancy cleaning is the best way to guarantee the restitution of your deposit at the end of your lease.

Wecasa's end of tenancy cleaning services are designed to meet the expectations of even the most demanding landlords. In just a few hours, our pros will clean your rental accommodation from top to bottom, paying particular attention to problem areas such as kitchens and bathrooms.

What does an end-of-tenancy cleaning include?

An end of tenancy cleaning service can include many different tasks, and it's up to you to see with your cleaner what your priorities are according to the time you have planned for your cleaning session.

A typical end of tenancy cleaning service will include:

  • A deep clean of the kitchen, bathroom, living areas and bedrooms
  • Cleaning the windows (inside and out)
  • Mopping and vacuuming floors
  • Dusting surfaces and skirting boards
  • Cleaning windows and glass surfaces
  • ... and more!

Note: Wecasa housekeepers do not do any repairs to the property, only take care of cleaning the premises. They will therefore not be responsible for filling holes in the walls or repairing damaged things.

If you wish to book an end of tenancy cleaning, remember to specify it to the housekeeper in comment when booking. You can also mention the tasks you want him to realize.

How long does an after tenancy cleaning take?

Again, this will depend on the size and condition of the property. An end of tenancy clean will typically take longer than a standard cleaning, if you want the professional to have time to do everything necessary. However, a typical end-of-tenancy cleaning can take between 4 and 6 hours.

Do not underestimate the time needed to make your apartment or house shine at the risk that the professional will not be able to do everything he wants! If necessary, book two sessions so that the housekeeper has enough time to do a thorough job.

Wecasa offers hourly cleaning services, so you can book as many hours as you need. For example, if your property is small and only needs a light clean, you may only need 2-3 hours. However, if your property is larger or needs a more thorough clean, you may need 5-6 hours.

Can I get my deposit back if I don't do an end of tenancy clean?

In most cases, yes - but it will depend on the condition of the property and how much cleaning needs to be done. If your landlord is happy with the state of the property, they may not require an end of tenancy clean. However, if the property is very dirty or there is significant damage, your landlord may withhold some or all of your deposit.

In any case, it's always best to err on the side of caution and make sure you carry out a professional end of tenancy clean before you move out. This will give you the best chance of getting your deposit back in full.