What's included in a end of tenancy clean?

by jyoti singh digital marketer


At the end of a lease, you need to leave your property in good condition. That way, you can hand it over to the landlord and won't be charged for any damage. But as well as making sure that everything is clean enough for them to occupy it again, you have to follow the order in which things are done when doing an end of tenancy cleaning Adelaide service. Here's what needs to get done before you sign off on your tenancy:

There's a correct order

When it comes to cleaning your home, there's a correct order in which you should clean each room. The first thing your end of tenancy cleaners will do is tidy up the kitchen and clear away any food waste. Afterwards, they'll make sure all appliances are sparkling before moving on to the bathroom.

The living room is next on their list, followed by bedrooms and then finally any remaining areas such as laundry rooms or garages. In short: don't clean your oven first!

It's a checklist

  • Inside the property

  • All rooms, closets, and cupboards must be cleaned

  • Bathrooms and toilets must be sanitized and disinfected

  • Kitchens must be cleaned of all grease and food particles

  • Outside the property

  • Exterior walls should be washed down with a pressure washer (if applicable)

It's important to note that not everything is included in an end of lease cleaning package. For example, if you have pets that have left behind their fur on carpets or upholstery (or anywhere else), this will need to be removed by your professional cleaner before they can begin work on other areas of the property.

What gets left out?

A standard end of tenancy clean includes cleaning the oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and microwave. It also includes vacuuming and mopping all floors; scrubbing or replacing toilet seats where necessary; emptying bins (including bin bags); sanitizing baths and sinks; changing bed sheets and pillowcases where applicable; dusting skirting boards, picture frames and light fittings in living rooms; polishing furniture etc.

Full house cleans don't include cleaning windows or mirrors - these are excluded to prevent damage to your property!

Carpet cleaning is not included in our service as we don't own any professional equipment needed for this task. If you need a professional carpet cleaning service after moving out then please contact us so we can put you in touch with someone who does that kind of work!

How many cleaners?

  • You can either do the cleaning yourself and save money, or you can hire a professional cleaner to save you time.

How to choose an end of lease cleaning Adelaide service.

When looking for an end of lease cleaning service, look for the following:

  • A free quote. The best cleaners will offer a free quote on their website or via email. This way, you can quickly and easily compare prices from different companies without having to contact them all individually.

  • A great reputation. If you see negative comments about a company, it's probably best to avoid that company altogether! Also look out for reviews that are too good to be true: if everyone says how amazing this business is but there aren't many reviews of other services it provides, take this with a grain of salt (or better yet—take their word and don't use their services).

  • Good customer service skills and reliability in carrying out their work as promised (in writing!). If they say they're going to come on Tuesday at 8am but show up at 11am without calling beforehand...well that's just terrible customer service! You should never have your time wasted like this; instead find someone reliable who cares about your needs as much as you do!


Now you have a better understanding of what is included in a end of lease cleaning Adelaide service. If you still have questions, don't hesitate to contact us!


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