We've just been aproved for a new rental (yay!), and I'd really like to get someone in to do the end-of-lease clean this time around.
Has anyone done this? What kind of price are we looking at? I have no idea.. We have a 2 bedroom split level home, average level of current cleanliness..
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27-03-2012 13:01 #1
End of Lease Clean - How Much $$ ?
27-03-2012 13:19 #2
We have done this a few times. I have a cleaner now who I pay $30 an hour (but in Syd where everything is too $$). I guess that it takes about 4-5 hours for one person. I know that you can get companies that do EOL cleans all the time and just wip in and out. I recon about $200 for a company. Try www.serviceseeking.com.au that is where I found ours, I reckon you'd be able to get casual cleaners too. They (the cleaners) submit quotes so would be a good way to find out what they charge in your area.
27-03-2012 13:21 #3
Oh and don't forget to tell them to clean the oven! I forgot last time and ended up doing it myself.....YUCK!,
27-03-2012 20:30 #4
I put a request through serviceseeking for both the cleaner and removalist, both a bit more expensive than I hoped!
$280ish for the cleaner, around 600 fo the move. Eek!
27-03-2012 20:32 #5
For the complete clean on a 2br apartment (incl oven and steam clean of all carpets) we have paid between $300-$350 in the past.
27-03-2012 20:38 #6
we got charged $450 for a 3 bedroom house including steaming carpet that's the cheapest quote I got from various Brisbane companies ! some quoted as much as 600!! but between 4 house mates it only worked out 100 rach which was good
27-03-2012 21:19 #7
Around 360 was what I paid for my 3 bedroom rental about 2 years ago.
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27-03-2012 21:24 #9
Does not sound too bad for the removal! We paid 1,500 for ours last year and it was only about 10ks away! Felt like a rip off at the time. From what the others are saying maybe $280 is a good price, I did not think about carpet cleaning (always had boards or tiles). Good luck with it though.
28-03-2012 02:40 #10
On a side note, try to use the real estate recommended cleaner. This ensures if there is anything missed or not up to standard the cleaner will have a relationship with the agent to be sent back out to finalise any issues.
I hope I've worded that so it makes some sort of sense.
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