Move Out Cleaning – an Annoying Obligation

Posted on Nov 10 2011 at 06:28:40 AM in How-To

People hate move out cleaning. Some of them even hate moving, but sometimes a man has to do things he doesn't like. If you choose not to clean the place you're leaving, this will cost you a lot of money, and may even cause you trouble finding a new lodging. You probably wonder how?

Well, you probably remember the contract you've signed with your landlord when you've moved in. This contract is what obliges you to leave on a certain day, and to clean before leaving. You've even guaranteed you'll do it with a security deposit, which is equal to the amount of at least one rental payment. If you don't complete the contract agreement, the landlord has the right to keep your money.

Another consequence of skipping the move out cleaning, is the impossibility to find a new lodging. If you don't clean the place, the landlord may tell his friends and other landlords, that you're unreliable. This can make your search for home a total nightmare. Of course, if you clean the place and the landlord remains satisfied with what you've done, he may write you a recommendation for a reliable tenant. This will certainly help you in future.

End of tenancy cleaning is definitely an annoying job. Do you know why? Because you have to clean something that is not yours and you won't use any more. It's not certain that you'll gain any benefits if you do it, but it is certain that you'll lose a lot if you skip doing it.

And if you're too busy to deal with domestic chores, don't worry, because in big cities there are companies like Move Out Cleaning London, which offer all kinds of cleaning services. Their prices are not that high, and the quality of services they provide is definitely worth paying the money. Plus the amount of money that your landlord may keep if you leave without completing the agreement is a lot higher than what Move Out Cleaning London will charge you.

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Author: lisaheader
Created: Nov 10 2011 at 06:28:40 AM
Updated: Nov 10 2011 at 06:28:40 AM
Category: How-To
Language: English