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Why Jim’s End Of Lease Cleaning?

Jim’s Professional End Of Lease Cleaning Services

Call Jim’s End Of Lease Cleaning team to complete the final clean of your rental property. Our fully trained professional cleaners will ensure your home is left spotless to aid in getting your bond back. Fully equipped with our own cleaning supplies, we make moving to a new house simple and easy for you The Jim’s End Of Lease Cleaners are fully insured, police checked and trained to ensure you are 100% happy with the services completed.

End of Lease Cleaning Sydney

How long does an end of lease cleaning take?

Cleaning times vary based on several factors, including the size of the rental, how much cleaning is required, and the furnishings in the space. As a rule of thumb, it typically takes our cleaners approximately 1 to 1.5 hours per 100 square meters. Additional time may be necessary depending on the condition of the property.

 

At Jim’s Cleaning Group, we make a concerted effort to clean as thoroughly as possible. That means paying attention to details that other cleaning services may overlook. We tackle hard-to-reach places that act as a haven for dirt and grime. These tasks require quality cleaning over speed.

 

Our meticulous approach takes time but justifies the investment. It almost guarantees that you will pass your inspection after moving out of the rental. In this case, your landlord should return your initial security bond. 

 

What does an end of tenancy clean include?

Our end of tenancy cleaning in Sydney covers essential tasks to make a rental space hospitable for the next tenant. Our professional cleaners restore the area to like-new condition, leaving it spotless and sanitized. That includes cleaning:

·         Behind appliances

·         Drawers and cupboards

·         Fans, filters, and HVAC units

·         Walls, light fittings, and light switches

·         Windows

·         Showers, toilets, and bathtubs

·         Carpets and other flooring types

·         Cobwebs and dust

·         Grease and grime from sliding door tracks

·         Soap scum and residue

·         Sinks

·         Garages

 

Certain areas of the rental, such as the kitchen and bathrooms, require more attention than others. These high-traffic areas often require multiple passes to clean properly. For instance, cleaners will vacuum a hardwood floor to remove dirt and dust before mopping the surface.

 

How do I do an end of lease clean in Sydney?

Before you begin cleaning, you need to prepare. For instance, we recommend setting aside two to four hours for cleaning a studio and four to six hours for a three-bedroom apartment. We also advise removing furnishings from your home and collecting the following supplies:

 

·         Broom

·         Bucket and mop

·         Carpet steam cleaner (if necessary)

·         Cleaning products

·         Duster

·         Dustpan and brush

·         Gloves

·         Oven cleaner and scraper

·         Soap

·         Sponges

·         Squeegee

·         Towels

·         Vacuum

 

Once you cover these preparations, it’s time to clean room by room. Kitchens often require the most attention, with grease and grime building up around appliances. The oven alone may take an hour to degrease properly.

 

Move slowly from one part of the kitchen to the next. If you start with the cupboards, remove any cobwebs and wipe down the boards. Make sure to clean the knobs after you finish. You want to repeat this process with each section of the kitchen and subsequent rooms.

 

It’s tempting to do an end of lease cleaning yourself, especially if you want to save money. The effort will be for naught, though, if you walk away without your security bond in full. Having our professional cleaners take care of cleaning tasks gives you the best chance of appeasing your landlord and seeing your initial deposit again.

 

What charges and costs are involved with a professional end of lease cleaning Sydney?

No two rentals are the same, and as a result, neither are end of lease cleanings in Sydney. The average three-bedroom property may cost a few hundred dollars, although many factors can drive that number higher or lower. If you’d like a more precise quote give us a call at 131 546.

 

Size and required services have the most significant impact on the final cost. The larger a rental, the longer it takes to clean. An above-average number of bathrooms or bedrooms may also increase your quote.

 

This point also holds true for services. The more work the rental requires, the higher the final price. End of lease cleaning typically comes with a standard set of services, though we will let you pick and choose what you need if you wish. Thorough cleaning covers everything in a rental from sanitizing sinks to clearing cobwebs from ceiling corners.

 

At Jim’s Cleaning Group, we do a lot, but some things are beyond our calling. If you have a pest problem, you’ll need to hire an exterminator to get rid of the problem.

 

We also do not handle mould, damp spots, or hazard zones such as faulty powerpoints or bio-waste. Many of these issues are outside your responsibility as a tenant, as well. It’s best to speak with your landlord about any damage that was not a result of your actions before your final inspection.

 

 

Remember that the condition of the rental matters. If you have kept your rental in relatively good shape year-round, our cleaners shouldn’t need more than an hour or two. If our cleaners walk into a pigsty, the time commitment and costs will rise. 

 

How does it work?

A little foresight goes a long way toward making your end of lease cleaning a smooth, hassle-free experience. We recommend contacting us one month before you move.

 

Our customer service team will ask questions about the services you want and your timeline. We provide a free quote to avoid any surprises about the final price. Our cleaners will provide all the necessary cleaning supplies and chemicals.

 

At Jim’s Cleaning Group, we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee for all materials and workmanship. If you’re unsatisfied with any part of the cleaning, we encourage you to contact us, and we will work with you to resolve the problem.

 

Do you work on the weekends?

Yes! At Jim’s Cleaning Group, we are available for end of lease cleaning in Sydney on the weekends. You can get in touch with our team Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. We’re also available 24/7 for online bookings.

 

Make sure to select the relevant services and your availability. Our customer service team will respond shortly with a free quote. We take weekend bookings at 131 546, too.

 

After we collect your name and address, we’ll find a time that fits your schedule. We strive for a positive and convenient cleaning experience, whether you’re a first-timer or a loyal patron.

 

Does the house need to be vacant during the cleaning process?

While it generally is easier to clean an empty rental, when your cleaning takes place and what you do during the cleaning is up to you.

 

Some people schedule their cleaning service after they have already moved out of the unit or while they are at work or school. Other individuals prefer to have their end of lease cleaning on the weekends while they are at home.

 

At Jim’s Cleaning Group, we work around your schedule and requirements. We understand there are some blistering hot days in Sydney when people want to stay as close to their air conditioner as possible. Our cleaners will go above and beyond to minimize the impact that your end of lease cleaning has on your daily routine.

 

 

For instance, if you are still occupying the rental and choose to be home during the cleaning, we may start with rooms that don’t see a lot of foot traffic, like the laundry room or garage. We’ll then work our way towards more common areas, like the living room, bathroom, and kitchen.