End of Lease | Bond Cleaning
End of Lease Cleaning Mt Barker Adelaide Hills
Cleaning that transforms your property! The cost of having your home cleaned is a small price to pay against the amount of the bond that you are expecting back.
We are one of the leading end of lease cleaning companies in the Adelaide Hills and our mission is to get your bond back through outstanding cleaning. Whether you want vacate cleaning for your office space or a rented unit, we offer exceptional service guarantee at the most affordable rates. Our cleaners take care of everything from vacuuming carpets to scrubbing the floors, carpet cleaning and removing grease from the kitchen range hood.
Our company has a proven track record of several successful jobs that have been approved by the property managers without any disputes. We work in compliance with the cleaning checklist approved by the Real Estate Managers and our cleaners are well aware of the expectations of the inspection agents which help us in creating spotless spaces. No job is too big or too small for us. We love what we do and strive to give our best every time we are out in the field.
Our Cleaning Services
We understand that your bond is worth a lot of money and it is important to receive the full sum when you are moving out. Here is a list of the services we offer to ensure you get your bond back:
- Carpet Cleaning
- Shower screen Cleaning
- Cobweb Removal
- Shower recess and tile Cleaning
- Wipe over Door frames
- Stove top Cleaning
- Oven Cleaning
- Cabinets, chests, drawers and cupboard Cleaning
- Floor Vacuuming and Mopping
- Removal of marks from switchboards
- Stain removal
- Bathroom cleaning
- Cabinets, cupboards and chests cleaning
- Window Cleaning
We will leave all surfaces stunningly clean and free of stains. Call us for the most professional and thorough cleaning services in Mt Barker to protect the quality of your surfaces and make your house impressive for the next tenant.
At Lancasters property services we can also offer the following yard clean up services