Whilst looking over your next rental property, in Birmingham why not inspect the oven or carpets before signing the agreement. If all is not to your liking, suggest to the landlord that a call to Oran Cleaning Service would be as good call to make before actually moving in.
If you are a tenant coming to the end of your rental period, please remember your landlord will require that cooking appliances and possibly carpets in the property be restored to the condition they were when you moved in. They may also keep back a portion of your deposit to cover the cleaning fee if all is not to their satisfaction.
So, whether you are a landlord looking to enhance the appeal of your property or a tenant seeking to restore the cooking appliances to their former glory, why not call Oran Cleaning today on 0121 472 3349 and we’ll be happy to help.
Discerning landlords use Oran Cleaning Service on a regular basis to help fulfill their cleaning requirements. In addition to oven valeting Oran Cleaning also specialise in end of tenancy cleaning and carpet cleaning. Landlords see the benefit in having a complete cleaning makeover. This ensures that all cooking appliances and accessories and carpets are restored to their former shine and glory, and the entire property is left in pristine condition for the incoming tenant.
Working with Landlords and Letting Agents in Birmingham, we know what’s expected of us and we’ll try to make certain we deliver the expectations every time we’re called. Whether it’s collecting and delivering keys, work that needs doing at short notice or even weekend work, we’ll do our best to help.
With competition in the rental sector at an all time high many landlords are looking for ways to enhance the appeal of their property which in turn will attract a quality tenant and a good monthly rental.
Having a sparkling oven and hob, a cleaned and polished extractor, and a property presented in pristine condition before the tenancy begins will entitle the discerning landlord to request that everything is restored to its former glory at the end of the tenancy agreement.