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Moving in to a new house or apartment? Give yourself a truly fresh start by scheduling a move-in cleaning before you settle into your new home. We will do the washing and scrubbing from top to bottom, making sure everything is clean, sanitized and ready for your arrival, while you do your packing, organizing, and loading.
Moving out of your house or apartment? We're pretty sure cleaning is the last thing you want to do. So, leave that to us. We will perform a deep clean after you or your tenant moves out. We'll clean in and out of appliances, cupboards and drawers; pretty much everywhere!
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Entire Home Cleaning
Dust corners and ceilings of all rooms
Dust and clean light fixtures, switches and doorknobs
Clean inside cabinets, handles and sills
Dust baseboards, high traffic areas, furniture and decor
Clean inside empty kitchen cabinets
Clean inside empty washroom cabinets
Clean interior side of windows
Vacuum and dust window blinds, window sills and screens (window blinds may need replacing or specialized blind cleaning if deeply dirty, or badly damaged)
Dust and clean ceiling fans
Vacuum couch, couch cushions, carpets, mats and rugs
Vacuum, sweep, mop, or hand mop floors
Dispose of garbage from trash cans/bins
Deep clean finished basement (Add-on Service)
Kitchen Deep Cleaning
Clean tables and chairs
Spot clean reachable areas beneath and between appliances, in and out
Clean, disinfect and dry faucet, sink, countertop and backsplash
Clean stove burners, top, front, and control panels
Clean and polish stove hood vent
Clean microwave oven inside and out
Clean inside and out of fridge and freezer
Clean oven inside and out
Bathroom Deep Cleaning
Clean and disinfect countertop and faucet
Clean, scrub, and sanitize sink, toilet, shower, and bath tub
Clean and dry tiles and shower door
Clean all mirrors
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I'm a really busy grad school student, and I barely have time to eat some days. Last week was the first time I had ever hired a cleaning services, and I have to say it was well worth it. Jaimie, who cleaned my apartment, did an awesome job! It felt like I was walking into a hotel room when I came home. Here2Clean came through. Thanks!
Hire a move out house and apartment cleaning service! You don’t have to feel embarrassed or apologize for bringing in professional help! In addition, if your landlord collected a deposit before you moved in, it’s not worth it to risk losing your deposit over a dirty home. It may be cheaper to get it cleaned and impress the home owner. Remember that taking your car to a car wash does not mean you are not capable of washing it yourself. It’s just that the car wash is convenient and will save you time and energy, so you pay for them to do it. Hope that makes your decision a bit easier.
If you live in rented house or apartment, find out from your landlord or apartment management/superintendent what the guidelines are for vacating the property and passing any inspections. What’s the standard they expect? Some landlords will perform a walkthrough of the home before you hand over the keys. In some cases, a general cleaning is good enough as the apartment manager may still need to paint, repair or upgrade appliances, and restore worn out items in the home.
In many cases a move out cleaning is performed after the house owner has brought in crews to do all the restoration work. The cleaning company’s job after that is to deep clean all areas: dust, wipe, and polish, to prepare the house for showing new tenants.
One thing that can really help you be more efficient during your move out cleaning process is to not be too eager to start the cleaning project while all of your things are still packed up in cardboard boxes and scattered all around the house. Having boxes and lose items in your way will just slow you down. It’s best to wait until the coast has been cleared before proceeding to clean up.
Another suggestion for cleaning your apartment quickly is to have a moving out cleaning checklist to help you keep organized versus cleaning random areas in a disorganized fashion. Here are a few tips for a basic cleaning:
Carefully remove nails, hooks and screws (this should be done even if you hire a cleaning company). If you can, conceal any holes or visible dents with special filler products or wall putty.
If you got really excited during your stay and decided to paint the apartment with bright, non neutral colors, find out if you are required to paint the walls back to a neutral colour.
A magic eraser may help remove simple stains and smudge from the walls.
Remove the dust and cobwebs accumulated on window ledges and blinds, baseboards, shelves, ceiling fans, corners and ceilings.
Sweep or vacuum trash, hair, and dust bunnies from the floors. Mop and wipe away spills and sticky residue. Vacuum carpeted areas.
Clean away hair, and toothpaste stains. Pay extra attention to the tub, shower head, shower doors, sink and faucets. Get rid of mildew, soap stains and soap scum. Remove all items from the bathroom cabinets including medicine cabinet. Wipe down shelves, getting rid of any sticky mess or spills.
Pay attention to the inside of your potentially smelly refrigerator, as well as the insides of cabinets and drawers. For a simple quick clean up: Spray nonporous surface with an all-purpose cleaner, leave to sit for a few minutes, then return and wipe down all the surfaces.
Dust and wipe down window ledges and corners of each room with a wet cloth. Clean any fireplaces of ashes and debris. Empty wastebaskets and take all the trash out of your home. Remove all your things from the yard. Remove items stuck in the ground or hanging from trees. Don't forget all your outdoor tools and equipment, toys and pet items as well. Clean out your storage closet and garage. Sweep garage floor and shed.
There is a difference between “normal wear and tear” and things that should have been repaired while you were living in the home due to damage caused by breakage or poor upkeep. This includes items that should have been fixed, or reported to the property owner for intervention when it happened.
Moving into a new house or apartment! Yeah! This is your chance to start life with a renewed commitment to maintaining a spotlessly clean home. You’ve promised yourself that this time you’ll never get caught unprepared for that unexpected visitor. Happy for you!
There are certain cleaning supplies that are a must when preparing your home for moving. Some of these include disinfecting and all-purpose cleaners, glass cleaners, cleaning rags or paper towels, dusting cloths, soft and hard bristle scrubbing brushes, a mop, a bucket, a vacuum cleaner, a broom and dustpan, a step stool, rubber gloves, and so on. Be sure not to mistakenly pack up or load these items with the rest of your things in the moving truck or van. You’ll need them to prepare your new home for the move in.
TIP: Remember to clean the items you are packing to take with you. It’s best to give your household items a good cleaning before you pack them up so you don’t move all the accumulated dust and dirt, stains, grime, bacteria and other germs to your new place. Wiping your items clean before you pack and move will make things easier later on when unpacking.
Okay, so you cleaned the bare minimum to at least make the place look decent before you moved out of your old place right? So is it safe to assume that whoever was living in the place you now call home took the same approach? Our suggestion: Clean your house well before moving in!
Here are TWO main tips:
DEEP CLEAN YOUR NEW HOME BEFORE YOUR THINGS ARRIVE
The best time to clean your new home is before moving in, when it’s still empty of household items and furniture. Cleaning will be a lot more challenging and less efficient once rooms are filled with boxes and furniture. You will want your new home to be spotless when moving in.
Cleaning The Bathroom
Don’t take a “clean looking” bathroom for granted. Remember that this was someone else’s “private space”. So grab your disinfectant cleaner, and your tea tree oil, put on a pair of gloves, and get wiping and scrubbing. Cover the tub and shower, the toilet –in and out and around, the sink, the vanity inside and out, the grout, the walls (Yes, the walls), and the medicine cabinet. Wipe the toilet roll holder, counter tops, and mop the floors. Considered replacing any worn out toilet seats (A worn out or chipped toilet seat will never “look” clean no matter how much you scrub). Dust and wash vents found on the bathroom walls and ceiling.
Cleaning The Bedroom
Once you move into your new home, you will likely want to set up your bed and get a good rest as soon as possible. You’ll vacuum the floors, wash the windows (if needed), dust light fixtures, clean doors and disinfect potentially germy doorknobs were others had their hands. Dust the closet and wipe the shelves. If you’re not sure whether or not the previous occupants did this after they moved out, have the carpets professionally cleaned.
Move On To Cleaning The Kitchen
This is where food will be stored and prepared once you move into the new house or apartment, so, it will also need a good cleaning. Clean inside and out of all appliances removing smudge and grease stains, disinfect all surfaces including the the sink, faucets, and countertops. Wipe inside kitchen cabinets and drawers. Clean and mop the floor.
CLEAN AS YOU UNPACK
After the initial house cleaning you do before your stuff arrives, you will need to continue cleaning as you unpack. This is because some dirt and dust will follow you, the boxes, the furniture, and the movers into your new home. Clean as you unpack so as to avoid dirt accumulating into your newly-cleaned home. Be sure to recycle and get rid of packing materials as needed so they don’t pile up.
The mere idea of scrubbing floors, dusting cobwebs, washing windows and kitchen cupboards after weeks of stressful moving preparations can be exhausting, but you know it has to be done right?
If you’re simply not in the mood to do all of this yourself, then schedule a professional moving in and moving out cleaning services to leave your old home impressive, and make your new home spotless before you arrive. The quality of our professional assistance, and the time and energy you save will be well worth the cost!
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