Most probably a clear image of a pretty unpleasant situation pops in your mind. Your house is messy and disgustingly unorganized. All your belongings, clothes, books, bits and pieces are in boxes and you have no idea what is where. Therefore, you are spending hours completing simple tasks as dressing up for a night out or preparing something for lunch. All the people around you who are moving out are stressed and all of them are constantly complaining. All your friends are getting annoyed by you constantly complaining, as well. Your life is something like a nightmare that lasts too long and you are impatiently waiting to wake up. And right in this situation, when you desire to burst into tears or go kill yourself, it is time for an end of tenancy cleaning.
Monthly Archives: April 2016
Every spring millions of people, to be honest, mostly women, have to face and moreover cope with the hard and time-consuming spring cleaning. It is good for the house and it somehow prepares everyone for a lovelier weather and another time of the year. So many are those who sacrifice their weekends, much of their free time or a specific amount of their savings for a spring cleaning. But generations after generations people are performing this cleaning, proving that it is not a trend and it is not transitory. On the other hand, when you come home after such a cleaning, you find your house truly transformed, heavenly perfect and you feel super satisfied. It boosts your energy, brings joy to your heart and makes you happy in a strange way that could be neither explained nor understood so easily. But if you live in London, you maybe have a little bit different perception of this cleaning. And no, there is nothing discriminatory in this statement.
But there are other people whose role is in no way less important. These are the people who offer, organize, and perform end of tenancy cleanings. And while the very few, if there are any at all, who have never heard of this type of cleaning might consider it easy and unserious, all those who live in such homes know how hard, time-consuming, deep, and specialized this task is. And that is why they value the cleaners so much. But then another question pops in everyone’s mind. If you are living in a home to rent so as to save money, spending much on the after tenancy clean-up is not an option. Then does a cheap end of tenancy cleaning in London exist? And if yes, how to find it and how to recognize it?