End of lease cleaning is performed when a tenant moves out of a rental property at the end of the lease term. It involves performing a deep clean of the rented property when the tenant moves out and is a vital step in getting your security deposit back.
By following an industry approved checklist, we ensure we don’t miss anything which will put your bond at risk. Our items include –
According to NSW tenancy laws, it is the tenants responsibility to ensure the property is clean (to the same condition as what it was before the tenant moved in, as per the inspection report). It is not mandatory to hire a professional cleaner, although the landlord is within their rights to deduct money from the security deposit to pay for a cleaning company to rectify any areas which weren’t cleaned properly.
When tenants move out of a rental property, they frequently think or are told by the real estate agent that they must steam clean the carpets.
However, it’s stated clearly in the NSW tenancy act that steam cleaning the carpets is not compulsory unless it was previously agreed to prior to moving in (usually as a condition to keep pets on the property)