When you're moving out of your rental property, you want to make sure that the landlord or their agent is satisfied with the condition of the property. That's why it's important that you understand what an End of Lease Cleaning Melbourne involves.
Standard tasks that are always included in the End of Lease Cleaning Melbourne
When a tenant moves out of an apartment, they are expected to leave it clean. The landlord will expect the following standard tasks to be done:
- Removal of rubbish and other waste items
- Removal of stains from carpets, walls and hard surfaces
- Cleaning windows, walls and floors
- Cleaning bathrooms, kitchen and laundry
- Removal of cobwebs (a bit more specialised than the above tasks)
When it comes to cleaning your rental property, there are many things that need to be considered. The most important thing is that you make sure the property is in good condition when you move out so that the landlord will have no reason not to release your bond payment.
You also need to remember that you’re responsible for any damages left behind by yourself or others who lived in the premises with you.
In addition, cleaning should be done in a timely manner so it doesn’t affect your new living arrangements while waiting for the completion of work on other properties before moving into those places after vacating your current residence (i.e., don’t wait until last minute).