Are you looking for a End of tenancy cleans to get back your deposits or you just need a deep clean of your property We have our most experience staff that will turn your house to its original state see our list below.
Bathroom / cloakroom cleaning
- Descaling of shower head and taps.
- Descaling of shower screen and tiles.
- All sanitary ware to be cleaned and wiped to be smear free.
- Extractor fan to be cleaned.
- Inside of any cabinets to be wiped out.
- Mirrors to be cleaned.
- All woodwork to be wiped down including window sills.
- All skirting boards to be cleaned.
- Floor to be cleaned.
- Light fittings to be wiped including switches.
- Cleaning of all interior- windows.
- Doors to be wiped over.
- Ceilings to be dusted.
- All cupboards to be wiped in and out, including the tops. (please note if you require cupboards & shelves to be cleaned they need to be emptied by the client )
- Sink to be cleaned and buffed.
- Washing machine to be cleaned.
- Cleaning of dishwasher.
- Oven cleaned (charges extra).
- Extractor fan to be cleaned
- Fridge to be cleaned inside and out.
- All surfaces to be wiped down and cleaned.
- All tiles wiped with our new product kitchen degreaser
- Floors to be cleaned.
- Microwave to be cleaned inside and out.
- All light fittings to be cleaned including switches.
- All wood work to be cleaned.
- Cleaning of interior- windows. and frames.
- Doors to be wiped to remove any marks.
- Ceilings to be dusted to remove any cobwebs.
- All furniture to be dusted, polished and hoovered inside
- All skirting to be cleaned.
- Light fittings and switches to be cleaned.
- Cleaning of interior- windows and sills
- Floors to be hoovered and/or mopped.
- Doors to be wiped to remove and marks.
- Ceilings to be dusted to remove any cobwebs or dust.
- All furniture to be moved and cleaned
- Any pictures to be dusted.
- All skirtings to be cleaned.
- Light fittings and switches to be cleaned.
- Cleaning of interior- windows. and frames.
- Floors to be hoovered and or mopped.
- Cleaning of mirrors.
- Doors to be cleaned to remove any marks.
- Ceilings to be cleaned to remove any cobwebs and dust.
Stair and hallway cleaning
- All ceilings to be dusted to remove any cobwebs.
- All banisters and spindals to be cleaned.
- Skirtings to be wiped down and marks removed.
- Stairs to be hoovered and or mopped.
Please note our carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning service, pest control service, mould removal service and gardening service is not included in the price of our end of tenancy cleaning, if you require this service please let us know so we can add it in to our quotation.
If you have a preferred list or an alternative inventory please let us know in advance.
We have competitive prices
why not give us a call on 0115 9420028 and let us take the away the stress.
Stay Safe in your home.
With a growing number of vulnerable adults living independently, it’s increasingly important to make sure that they’re safe at home. vulnerable adults who live alone may also become the victims of criminals who target vulnerable people. Mum’s Helping Hands aim is to try to reduce unwanted guest. The unpleasant truth is that some door-to-door salespeople are dishonest and may use the open door as an opportunity to cause you harm or scout your home for a future crime. Many vulnerable people with disabilities, who are unable to open doors due to the physical effort required may find it very useful to install a wireless video door bell.
See visitors that press your doorbell and talk to them before opening the door. This digital system gives clear video pictures on a 2.4” colour screen. Works day or night through the night vision camera. The doorbell is water resistant and Takes pictures of the last 20 visitors so you know who has called while you are out. The indoor unit is rechargeable for portable use.
For more information contact our office on 01159420028
So you don’t know how you should keep on top of your garden this winter, Should you worry?Probably- a little. With winter just round the corner, its time to get that garden sorted!
Well, look no further. We are going to explain how you can keep on top of your garden this winter.Keeping your garden, even a small one, green and healthy all year round can be hard work for the best of us. Here are ten tips to help you keep your garden healthy.
Bad weather can make it feel like noting can be done in the garden but there is plenty to attend to. Just pick a good day and get started.
Continue pulling out those weeds!Pull them out while they are still young before they form seeds. If they already have seed heads, don’t mix the weeds with the compost.
Grass may appear to have stopped growing in the fall but the roots are growing deeper into the ground as preparation for winter.This is the best time to fertilize and reseed your lawn.
Fertilize the lawn during early autumn and then in the last week of November. The two feedings will help boost the grass immunity to frost and snow.
Plant bulbs, tree and shrubs
It is best to plant bulbs early fall for that root growth. Mulch should be applied over the bulbs to level the soil temperature and help in root growth.
Clean up the garden before winter
Why is there a need to clean up the garden?
Not cleaning up your garden in winter means there would be a lot of work to do when spring comes.Pull out those weeds, mow the lawn, remove dry and decayed leaves and add them to the compost. Take out bulbs like dahlias from the ground and dry them before storing them in a cool and dry place for winter.
Look after wildlife
Winter can be tough on garden wildlife, so it’s always good to give them a helping hand where possible. It’s worth making places for creatures to find refuge.
No matter how hard you try, there’s always something to clean and tidy, especially when you’re a busy parent.
We’ve created a guide to help you keep on top of things, and also some advice if it’s all a bit too much!
Create a list of what needs doing, putting what needs doing more imminently at the top, and what can wait at the bottom. Then go down the list, completing each task in order.
If you have a partner, or children who are old enough to help out, delegate your tasks. When doing the washing up, get someone to dry up and put away. Get your children used to helping out with chores and they may even do some without even being asked.
There will be some tasks that will allow you to do other tasks in the process. For example, whilst something is cooking in the over, get started on the dishes or take the bins out when you’re heading out.
Little and Often
One of the best ways to keep on top of your cleaning, is by doing little and often. This will mean you’re less likely to need to do a big house clean which could take up a whole day. Change your mindset from, ‘Oh I’ll do it later’ to ‘I’ll quickly do it now and I won’t have to later.’
If you’re still struggling to keep on top of it all, even with this advice, we do offer a variety of services that could really help.
We can come over and do a top to toe clean up of your home. This is popular for post party mess or even prior to an event coming up.
If you think you need more regular help, we can offer a maid service to complete daily tasks for you from regular domestic cleaning, to preparing meals and walking the dog.
Ironing is one of the most dreaded tasks as it’s fairly time consuming and can require a bit more skill. We can take this off your hands, either by doing it at your home, or by collecting it and dropping it back off when it’s convenient for you.
Get the lowdown on carpet cleaning with these 4 top tips.
Carpets offer a warm and homely touch to your house, so when they get dirty they can really pull down the appearance of your home.
You might be thinking that you could clean your carpets yourself. You might even be considering replacing your carpets, which quite simply is very expensive – you can’t replace a carpet every 12-18 months.
Both options aren’t great if you want to prolong the lifespan of your carpets and rugs cost effectively and for as long as possible.
There’s no need to worry, these top tips will give you a great head start in carpet cleaning.
- Use a doormat
Mats placed outside and inside your house at entrance points can stop you treading dirt into your carpets.
- Remember to vacuum
Your carpets should be vacuumed once a week and more often in areas of high traffic. Use a nozzle attachment to clean hard to reach areas, like the edges of carpets.
If cleaning isn’t really your think, then luckily for you, we’re on hand to help!
- Natural stain relief
Remove wine or grease stains from your carpet by lightly sprinkling the stain with baking soda and dab, adding a little extra if appropriate. Leave soaking until the wine is absorbed, and then vacuum up any residue left.
- Give your carpets the deep clean
A dirty carpet doesn’t just look bad, but it also poses a health risk. Carpets can hold a cluster of allergens, trapping pollen, dust and pet hair that over time will affect the health of you and your family.
Regularly hiring a professional cleaner (every 6-18 months) will reduce allergens, improve your health and help prolong the life of your expensive carpets and upholstery. All carpets, rugs and upholstery are different and are made up of different fibres, so a professional cleaning service is crucial because they’ll know how to the appropriate solution to treat each type of stain.
Nothing can beat a professional cleaning service in removing soiling and stains, which can guarantee a thorough deep clean.