End of Tenancy Cleaning Melksham

End of Tenancy Cleaning is the Most Common Cause of Disputes

According to the Deposit Protection Service, 56% of all disputes between tenants and landlords are for cleaning or lack thereof.

This is the most common cause of deposit disputes.

Using a professional cleaning company to carry out your end of tenancy clean can help eliminate this.

 

Our service provides a complete and thorough cleaning while following to a precise checklist of requirements.

Not only that, but ALL of our cleaning services include a guarantee.

professional 8 step deep carpet clean

Work Carried Out

General

  • 8 Step professional carpet clean
  • Glazing, frames and sills (internal)
  • Mirrors, doors, handles, door frames
  • Radiators
  • Switches and sockets
  • Skirting board
  • Mould and dirt removed where possible
  • Hard floors cleaned

Bathrooms

  • Bath, shower and sink
  • Tiles and grout scrubbed
  • Shower screen cleaned and limescale removed
  • Limescale and water marks removed from taps, showers, doors etc
  • Toilet deep cleaned
  • Whole bathroom disinfected

Kitchens

  • neglected areas such as tops of cupboards and extractor cleaned
  • Oven and hob including racks fully cleaned
  • Cupboards internally and externally
  • Work surfaces sanitised and degreased
  • Limescale and water marks removed from taps and sink
  • Washing machine internal drum, door and exterior cleaned
  • Fridge/freezer disinfected and all drawers removed and cleaned
  • Bins emptied and cleaned.
  • Any remaining items such as toasters, kettles cleaned.

End of Tenancy Cleaning Pricing

Studio ………………………….  £200
1 Bed …………………………..  £250
2 Bed  ………………………….  £300
3 Bed   (1 Bathroom ) …..  £360
3 Bed   (2 Bathrooms) ….  £400
4 Bed   (1 Bathroom)…….. £400
4 Bed     (2 Bathroom)…… £450
5 Bed……………………………. from £500

About Melksham, Wiltshire.

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Located on the banks of the Bristol River Avon, the picturesque market town of Melksham is nestled in a picturesque corner of rural Wiltshire. The Tudor monarchs loved to hunt in this area, which was formerly a huge royal forest.

The Domesday Book mentions Melksham, a prosperous town that thrived on farming and the woollen cloth industry. Cooper Tyres and many other tech-based modern firms call this town home today, and the population is roughly 23,000. Church Walk, Canon Square, and St. Michael & All Angels Church are all parts of the town center’s lovely mediaeval neighbourhood. There is a fascinating blue plaque trail in the town as well.

The Cotswolds are visible in the distance, and the nearby mediaeval villages of Castle Combe and Lacock are also worth a visit. There are a lot of unique stores, cafes, restaurants, and bars in the charming and welcoming town centre, and every Tuesday there is a market. There are always some “goodies” to treat yourself to.

The people of Melksham are justifiably proud of their hometown. Their hard work in sprucing up the town with gorgeous flower arrangements all summer long earned them ‘Gold’ at the Britain in Bloom event.

The town’s Christmas light show is just as elaborate and imaginative as its floral displays. During the annual Christmas Fayre, the much-anticipated turning on of the Melksham Christmas Lights, a breathtaking show made solely by volunteers, takes place.

The A350’s prime position as a north-south gateway through Wiltshire, the town’s closeness to numerous prestigious independent schools, and the ease with which one can reach the picturesque countryside all contribute to Melksham’s ongoing growth.

The National Express route connecting Bristol and London stops in Melksham, among others. Melksham station presently has more frequent rail services to Bristol and London. In addition to the city of Bath, the historic towns of Devizes and Bradford on Avon, as well as the surrounding villages of Lacock and Avebury, can all be easily reached from Melksham.

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