Moving to a new home is an exciting but challenging time. Along with all the new possibilities – a new style, new furniture, or possibly even a new job or new city – comes all of the responsibilities of moving.
Packing up your things, hiring a moving van or company, and unpacking are just the beginning. You’ve got to think about power, water, and internet accounts, and if you have children, you may even have to enroll them in a new school. And somewhere in the middle of all that, you also have to clean your old home and prepare it for its new occupants.
In the middle of your big move, the last thing you want to deal with is cleaning your old living space. You’ve got so many other things to coordinate, and you’re probably working with a short timeline, so finding the time to prepare your home for its new occupants can feel impossible.
But aside from the time it takes, cleaning your home after living in it for so long also takes a great deal of effort. No doubt certain areas of the home have accumulated dust and dirt over the years, particularly under and behind furniture and appliances, and it will take a lot of elbow-grease to get those areas fresh and clean again. The rest of your home will also need to be cleaned to a much higher standard than normal since no one wants to move into a dirty space.
If you have a landlord, this is even more important. Handing over a clean and undamaged home is the key to getting back your security deposit.
That’s why bringing in a professional cleaner like Portland is the best option for your move-out cleaning. They’ll not only save you the time and hassle of cleaning yourself in the middle of your move, they’ll also send knowledgeable cleaners who know exactly what’s needed to get those problem spots back into shape for the next owner or tenants.
Instead of worrying about whether you’ve done a good enough job to get your security deposit back, you can focus on the rest of your move.
We know that moving is already enough of a stress – you don’t need to add dealing with late cleaners, cancellations, or language barriers. Instead, you need reliable and trustworthy cleaners that you can depend on to get the job done. And that’s where Angels at Home Cleaning comes in.
We understand the time constraints of getting a home ready for its new occupants, so our professional team will always arrive on time, and they’ll never cancel at the last minute. We’ll be there when you need us most.
Plus, every one of our cleaners has been professionally trained and speaks English, in addition to passing in-person interviews and nationwide background checks, so you can rest assured that we’re sending only the best to clean your home.
The Angels Maid Move Out Clean
Our move out cleaning services have been designed specifically to get a home back into. shape for new occupants. We know what new homeowners and landlords will look for when inspecting the property, and we’ve created a checklist to address each and every one of those things.
Including items such as baseboards, inside cabinets and drawers, and window ledges, we provide much more than your standard cleaning.
And to save you even more hassle, we provide all of the cleaning supplies and equipment needed to get the job done. Go ahead and pack up your vacuum and cleaning sprays. We’ve got it under control.
How To Ensure A Seamless Move Out Clean
We’re here to handle the tough work of making your home ready when you move out, but there are a few things you can do to make the process go as smoothly as possible.
- Don’t leave your cleaning for the last day before you need to hand the keys over. If you decide you need extra services or if anything is not done up to your standard, there will be no time left to fix it. Leaving a few days allows for anything unexpected.
- Make sure your house is entirely empty before we arrive for your cleaning. If any boxes or furniture remain, our cleaners will be unable to get the best results.
- Schedule any professional movers or repairmen to come on different days from your cleaning. This will ensure that each service has the time and space they need to complete their jobs without getting in the way of the others.
- Do not cut off your water or power until after your cleaning. The tools and equipment we use to clean your home properly require the use of these services.