The day of moving into a new home is finally approaching, and you can’t wait for it. But before moving in, you must clean your new living space for a fresh start. It’s the same thing you’ll do if you’re a landlord preparing a house for a new tenant.

DIY cleaning can be a good idea because it can save you money. But if you don’t have much time or your new living space hasn’t been cleaned for a while, the best thing you can do is to hire cleaning experts.

No doubt professional cleaners will save you time and energy, so call us now. Professional Home Cleaning will ensure your home is sparkling clean and the best it can be!

What Professional Move-In Cleaning Services Include

Professionals have a comprehensive cleaning checklist for every room in your house or apartment. These services include:

  • Living rooms, bedrooms, and hallways
  • Kitchens and dining areas
  • Bathrooms

Living Room and Bedroom Cleaning

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Before moving into your new house, let professional cleaners take care of your living room and bedrooms. A dedicated team will perform a thorough cleaning of these premises, leaving them neat and clean.

Professional cleaners will remove dust and cobwebs from all visible and not easily accessible spots, like under furniture or cabinet tops. They hand-wipe all flat surfaces, and they also undust ceiling fans, light switches, blinds, and around your knickknacks. 

Additionally, a seasoned cleaner uses a professional vacuum cleaner adapted for various flooring surfaces to vacuum floors in your living room and bedrooms. And if your new house has carpets, these experts will steam clean them.

After dusting and vacuuming, professional cleaners will wipe the flat surfaces once again and mop the floors. They use a variety of cleaning supplies for different floor types, so your wood floor, laminate, and tiles will be sparkling clean.

Kitchen Cleaning

When cleaning a house before moving in, cleaners pay particular attention to the kitchen. Everything from kitchen furniture to light fixtures must be sparking clean.

For starters, professional cleaners take care of your cabinets, wiping them inside and outside. All fronts and cabinet doors are wiped to remove stubborn grime and grease deposits. These experts will also sanitize and polish countertops (or any flat surface).

And since kitchen sinks and backsplashes are where soap residue and limescale can be found, cleaners will make sure to remove them, taking care not to damage delicate surfaces like acrylic or quartz. They’ll also disinfect the garbage disposal to eliminate unpleasant smells.

Stoves, ovens, microwaves, and fridges are usually cleaned superficially, but these cleaners wipe them inside and out to remove greasy residues. If necessary, they can even remove dust buildup on fridge coils. 

Lastly, professionals vacuum floors and mop them.

Bathroom Cleaning

Bathroom cleaning is one of the cleaning tasks most people don’t enjoy. But don’t worry; professional cleaners will take good care of it, as they know which common cleaning mistakes to avoid.

A toilet seat, bathroom sink, and vanity are hand-wiped and sanitized for further use. Cleaners use sprayed solutions and a microfiber cloth to remove residues from soapy water on tubs and showers. They also polish all faucets and shower heads.

Clean floors and walls are a staple in creating a healthy, clean, and safe bathroom. Cleaning pros will wipe them thoroughly to remove dirt and grime and scrub the grout on the tiles. 

They’ll also wipe all cabinets and mirrors in your bathroom, leaving them shiny and trace-free.

Tips on Preparing Your House for Professional Cleaning

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Here’s a to-do list on how to ease cleaning tasks to professional cleaners:

  1. Try not to bring in all your furniture before final moving-in, as it’s much easier for cleaners to work in an empty house.
  2. Declutter your home and remove personal belongings, if any. 
  3. Keep your pets outside until the cleaners finish their job.
  4. If you have any specific requests, make sure to communicate them with a cleaning agency so they can include them in your move-in checklist.
  5. In case you want cleaners to use your cleaning supplies, provide access to them.

How to Hire a Professional Move-In Cleaning Service

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Whether you need to clean your house before moving in or tidy it up for your new tenants, you need a professional deep cleaning service. Since you need some time to find the right service provider and check their credentials, start on time. 

Do your research to find agencies available in your area and get information on their reputation and track record. Once you shortlist a few cleaning service providers, check their websites to see their offers and prices. 

Get in touch with cleaning professionals who instill the most trust. Ask about their services, products they use, and rates. Don’t hesitate to ask for references, as these can give you a good insight into the cleaners’ professionalism, communication, and service quality.

Reputable cleaning agencies are properly insured and bonded, so make sure to hire one of these. In that case, you’re covered in case of any accident or damage in your house. Don’t forget to ask about the refund policy in case you’re not happy with the service provided.

If everything from checking the agency to scheduling their services goes smoothly, you’re on the right path. But don’t hire them until you’re clear with all service terms and get everything in writing.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Hire Professional Cleaners When I Move Out?

Yes, it’s highly desirable to deep clean the house or apartment before leaving it. Cleaning agencies provide top-notch move-out cleaning services, so you can hire them and have peace of mind.

Should I Provide Cleaning Supplies?

In most cases, this isn’t necessary, as cleaning agencies use professional cleaning solutions for different rooms and surfaces. But if you have your own supplies you want them to use, mention this when signing a contract.

Should I Be at Home When the Cleaning Team Arrives?

You or a family member can be present while cleaners do their job, but that’s not necessary. In case you’re absent, you should leave your key or code to an agency. 

To Sum Up

Cleaning a house before moving in is a must-do task, but it takes some elbow grease. Homeowners and landlords who want the best service will hire professional cleaners to help them set the right foot in their new living spaces and rentals. 

You can get in touch with Professional Home Cleaning, LLC today and have peace of mind, as your new home will be at its best once they’re done!