We always recommend hiring a professional cleaning company for an end-of-tenancy deep clean
As the final month of your tenancy approaches, you might be starting to think about moving out of your student accommodation. Moving out can be a stressful process, but we’re here to help make it as smooth and hassle-free as possible. In this blog post, we’ll answer some of your most common moving out questions and provide you with important guidelines to follow.
- Clearing Waste: One of the first things you need to do when moving out is to clear any waste from the house. It’s your responsibility to put out the bins before your departure day at 12:00 pm. Make sure the waste is collected and the bins are not misplaced. Don’t forget to empty the outside bins as well.
- Security: Security should be a top priority when moving out. Make sure to close and secure all windows and doors before you leave the property.
- Fridge and Freezer: Don’t forget to empty the fridge and freezer before you go. Once they’re empty, give them a thorough clean.
- Oven and Hob: The oven and hob should also be thoroughly cleaned before you leave. This is often an area that gets overlooked, so make sure to give it the attention it needs.
- Keys: All keys should be left inside the property before you depart. This is important for security reasons and to ensure the next tenant can access the property.
- Report Damages: If there are any damages to the property, make sure to report them before you leave. This will help to avoid any disputes over your deposit.
We always recommend hiring a professional cleaning company for an end-of-tenancy deep clean. This will ensure the property is left in the best possible condition and will increase your chances of getting your full deposit back.
Once you’ve moved out, we will complete the check-out process and property inspection. Your deposit will then be refunded, provided there are no issues with the condition of the property.
Remember, this is a joint tenancy, so all tenants are responsible for maintaining the property. Make sure to communicate with your housemates and work together to ensure the property is left in the best possible condition.
We hope this guide has answered some of your moving out questions and provided you with the information you need for a smooth transition. Good luck with your move, and we wish you all the best in your future endeavours!