Hello! My name is Gerald and I own a large office block which is located in downtown Sydney. I am a very busy businessman so I spend a lot of time in my company offices on the telephone and having meetings. Last year, I noticed that the place was getting a bit untidy and I didn't want my staff to waste time cleaning the place up when they could be making more money for the company. I asked around and found a great cleaning company who now visit my office block twice a week to make sure it is super clean. My staff are much happier and so am I. This blog details the benefits of calling in a professional cleaner.
When your lease is up at an apartment, you may be required to clean the space from top to bottom so that you don't lose your cleaning deposit or face cleaning fees from your landlord. You can try to manage this cleaning on your own, but it's often recommended that you hire a professional cleaning service or individual to do this for you, to ensure the work gets done right. Note why such a professional is the better option versus trying to manage this work yourself.
If the apartment carpeting, countertops, tile floor or other such surfaces have spots or stains, you want to be very cautious about how you try to clean these. The wrong cleanser or tool can actually cause damage to the material; harsh cleansers can crush the nap of carpet fibres or even stain the fabric. They can also discolour, etch or scratch tile or linoleum and other benchtop materials.
Using scrub brushes and abrasive pads can also cause damage. You may also just waste your time using the wrong cleaning materials and equipment, whereas the right tools can get those stains out very quickly and easily! A professional will usually know what to use for all surfaces in the apartment so that stains are lifted quickly and easily, and nothing is damaged.
An end-of-lease cleaning is often much more thorough than the cleaning you perform when you live in an apartment, so it's easy to overlook certain details. For example, you might not think to clean the tops of ceiling fan blades, inside heating registers or vent covers, inside cupboards and other such areas. Overlooking these details can cost you that cleaning deposit, whereas a professional will usually know all the areas to clean, as expected by most landlords.
When you clean your apartment, you're breathing in lots of fumes and chemicals. You may not notice this when you do a light cleaning on a regular basis, but a heavy cleaning, such as needed for moving out, will mean more chemicals, more fumes, and more potential irritation for your sinuses. These cleansers can also be damaging to your skin and to your eyes. The hours it might take you to clean every surface of the apartment can mean actually damaging your lungs, nasal passages, skin and eyes if you don't use the right protective equipment. A professional cleaner will have gloves, eye protection and whatever else is needed to ensure they protect themselves while also getting your apartment spotlessly clean.Share
31 May 2017