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Pre-Move In Cleaning

one time cleaning rates

* Prices quoted are nett

  • Extension hour at $30 per hour per cleaner (Subject to cleaner availability)

  • Client needs to provide cleaning materials & equipment

  • Basic cleaning kit is available at $80 per set

  • Vacuum / Ladder at $30 charge if required

    Scope of work:

  • Vacuum and mop the floors

  • Clean rooms and bathrooms

  • Wipe furniture, wardrobes and cabinets

  • Wipe interior windows

  • Wipe doors, glass panels and grilles

  • Clean kitchen surfaces

  • Wash basins

  • General clean of balcony floor

  • Degrease kitchen stove, hood and hob

  • Clean interior of empty fridge

  • Degrease oven and microwave

Pre-Move In Cleaning

Are you moving into a new home or apartment soon? There's just one thing left to do before you move in with your furniture and other belongings – cleaning. Whether you have bought a new house or you are renting, pre-move in cleaning is an important process that can help you transition smoothly from your old home to your new home.

Since this is the first major cleaning that your new house will go through, it is important that it is done thoroughly and efficiently and up to your standards so that you will have no issues once you move in and settle. For this reason, it’s best to hire professional pre-move in cleaning services who have experience with this specific type of cleaning and know what they are doing.

So, to get your new house ready for moving day, here are the different ways professional cleaners can help you.

  • Cleaning the bathroom

The bathroom will probably be needed during the cleaning process, so it's usually the room that is cleaned first. Your cleaning crew will dust the ceiling, walls, corners, fans, light fixtures, vents, windowsills as well as window coverings. They will also wipe your cabinets and any closets which may be attached to the bathroom and clean the toilet, sink, countertops, mirrors, shower, tub, etc.

  • Freshening up your kitchen

If you plan to clean your new home on your own, you may be hesitant to take on the kitchen because this is where all the dusty, grimy, and icky dirt collects. On top of this, the old tenant's cooking and food smells may still linger. If you have stubborn stains or sticky spots on the walls, you can remove them by using a strong cleaning agent. Remember to scrub the sink and disinfect it thoroughly.

The inside and outside of cabinets, the counters, the floor, and major appliances like the dishwasher, stove, and fridge are some areas that you will need to pay attention to.

  • Making sure your floors are sparkling clean

Whether you have wooden floors, tiles, granite, or carpeted floors, it’s always a good idea to thoroughly sweep and mop your floor before you settle in your new home. A clean, sparkling floor can make a huge difference in the appearance and feel of your home. You may not know the best way to clean your floor as it will differ depending on the type of flooring you have. So, it’s best to have professional cleaners come in and get the work done.

  • Ensuring your new house is dust-free

When a house is not live in, it can collect dust everywhere pretty easily. We’re not only talking about the visible areas of your house like the countertops, windowsills, floor, fixtures, etc., but even the small corners, dents and creases that may be hard to reach. When not cleaned properly, the dust and dirt builds up, polluting the air in your home. A professional cleaning crew has all the right appliances for cleaning, even the hard-to-reach areas, so that every corner of your new house is clean and dust-free.

Why Choose Us?

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