Move Out Cleaning-St.LouisSelling or Move Out Cleaning,We Got You Covered!
Move Out Cleaning
At Your Service Cleaning LLC Can Help Get Your Deposit Back!
Selling? We’ll get your Open House Ready for the White Gloves!
Move Out Cleaning Prices Based on Square Ft.
$145.00 – 500 up to 1,000 sq.ft. (needs extra care $180)
$170.00 – 1,001 up to 1,500 sq.ft. (needs extra care $200)
$195.00 – 1,501 up to 2,000 sq.ft. (needs extra care $245)
$225.00 – 2,001 up to 2,500 sq.ft. (needs extra care $290)
$265.00 – 2,501 up to 3,000 sq.ft. (needs extra care $325)
NOTE** ADD BASEMENT SWEEP & MOP ONLY $50
SWEEP,MOP,CLEAR OUT TRASH AND REMOVE COBWEBS $100
Your Move Out Cleaning will be handled by pro’s with 25 yrs experience.
Hiring the right house cleaning service will be top priority.Knowing what needs to be done in a move out cleaning is also critical to the outcome. Therefore,when you do your walk through with the landlord you want everything to look perfect.Give NO reason for them to keep any part of your security deposit.So, if you have put holes or deep scratches in walls or floors and/or damaged any appliances or property,you will have a 1% chance of getting anything back.And even that’s a maybe. But under normal conditions the following will apply
We’ll Help Get Your Deposit back!
Our approach to your Move Out Cleaning will Greatly improve your chances of getting your deposit back.Our success rate is at 98%. When we finish, it will look as good or better than it did when you moved in. To determine what your rate will be for a move out cleaning, scroll down to find the size (square footage) that best matches your home.Your rate is next to it. We do not hide our house cleaning prices because we know the one thing people dislike the most is waiting for an email or a call to get that info.
Please Carefully Look Over The Complete Move Out Cleaning Check List Below
- Inside/Outside and top of frig.
- Stove top and Oven (Self cleaning oven take 3 hrs to clean and 2 hrs cooling down)
- please run self clean cycle the night before
- Polish stainless steel appliances. (if you have them)
- Inside and outside of cabinets and drawers.
- Clean light switch plates. Wash baseboards.
- Wipe down door facing and frame. Sweep/mop floor.
- Wash inside windows, sills, and ledges, dust blinds.
- Tub, shower, shower doors and door tracks
- Clean sink, toilet. Inside and out medicine cabinet/mirror.
- Clean vanity, under the sink, and drawers.
- Wash inside windows, sills, and ledges. window blinds.(include
- Clean light switch plates. Wash baseboards.
- Wipe down door facing and frame. Sweep/mop floor.
All Other Rooms
- Baseboards washed,
- clean ceiling fans and light fixtures,
- mini blinds washed. (if they are filthy with grease and grime) 12.00 each
- Inside windows washed dust window sills and ledges.
- Damp wipe closet shelves.
- Wall marks/dirt removed through out the home.
- Remove cob webs. Wipe clean all interior doors and door frames.
- Vacuum Carpets/ sweep & mop floors.
- Cleaning windows inside only (included)
- Adding outside of windows(must be tilt in) 3.00 ea.window
- Outside Cleaning – porch, garage, carport, will be an added fee $10.00 and up.
- Basement Cleaning added on to move out or move in $40.00 and $80.00
D. I. Y. Cleaning List to help those who are rolling up their sleeves ( welcome to my world )
When you move out of a rental apartment, the biggest priority is getting back your deposit. Landlords require a deposit before you move in .Your deposit will either be subtracted for any necessary repairs after you leave or will be fully reimbursed to you if everything is in the same shape as when you moved in. To get back your deposit, it’s important to take good care of the home while you’re living there. When you move out, it’s just as important to give it a good, deep cleaning, even if you have maintained it well over the course of your stay. We recommend having it professionally cleaned. If that’s not in the budget, though, take a few hours to go over the property and clean every nook and cranny. Follow this to do list to make sure all is in great condition to when you do your walk-through.
FEEL FREE TO PRINT OUT AND CHECK EACH ITEM OFF AS IT IS DONE
- Whole House + Misc. Areas Clean and vacuum all flooring, including stairs. Wipe down the walls and baseboards. Remove nails and screws; repair the walls. Dust ceiling fans. Clean air vents. Clean the windows and dust the blinds. Get rid of cobwebs. Clean fireplace. Clean the washing machine and dryer inside and out; pull them out to clean underneath and behind them.
- Clean the cabinets and drawers inside and out.
- Wipe down the microwave inside and out.
- Wipe down the entire refrigerator; pull it out to clean underneath and behind it.
- Wipe down the counter-tops.
- Scrub the sink and faucet.
- Clean the oven and stove; pull it out to clean underneath and behind it.
- Sweep and Mop
- Scrub the shower and bleach the grout.
- Clean out the bathroom drawers and vanity.
- Wipe down the counter-top.
- Polish the mirror.
- Dust and clean the exhaust fan.
- Be sure all trash is picked up and the yard is tidy.
- Mow the lawn if it was trimmed when you moved in.
- Sweep porch/deck.
- Follow this checklist and you’ll greatly improve your chances of getting back your full deposit.
Clean like you would if you were moving in. You’ll do fine!
And we have found that when you leave the yard looking neat and trimmed
the land lord was most impressed .It lets them know you took care of their
property and getting your entire refund was looking more positive. Here
is a guide to help you get the yard cleaned up for final inspection.
MOVING IN Cleaning Guide
What you should do before moving your things into your new home
Whenever you move into a new house, one of the first things you’ll probably do is to clean it. Even if you’re moving to another state or another country, you should always do a thorough clean before your things arrive.
The kitchen is probably the first place to start. Not only because it tends to be where icky sticky things collect, but also because you’ll want to get rid of the former tenant’s cooking smells, It’s also the place where you and your family will spend a lot of time. Clean it well to ensure your family feels perfectly at home in the new space.
- TACKLE THE OVEN!
This is where you may need to use a heavy-duty cleaner, which might include appliance cleaners, such as a wax or paste. Baking soda and water work well, too, along with sponges or a heavy-duty cloth. Starting with the stove, remove all elements. If you’re using a brush, make sure you use a brush that won’t scratch the surface. Soak the metal trays and racks in a sink full of hot, soapy water while you clean the rest of the stove.
- Clean the Stove
Next, take a look inside the oven, and if needed, apply an oven-cleaner. Most take approximately 30-45 minutes to work. It gives you time to do the rest of the stove.
Make sure you clean under the hood and use a good degreaser if you find the regular cleaner isn’t getting off the tough stuff. We usually lay down a sheet of brown paper to collect any drips that might fall.
Once you’ve cleaned the top and front of the stove, remove it from the wall and clean beneath it. And if possible, clean the sides, too, along with the front panel and temperature dials.
- Now, drum roll please…. the refrigerator. Hopefully, it’s been cleaned out, but even if it has, it’s always a good idea to clean it well, including removing the drawers and bins and washing them out. Wash the inside walls and shelves, removing anything that can be removed and washing it separately in the sink or bathtub. Check the freezer. If the fridge has been unplugged, wipe down the inside or clean it thoroughly if it needs it. We suggest unplugging the fridge if it hasn’t been and letting it warm up before cleaning it. It will make it easier to clean. Also, use a soft cloth as anything harsher will scratch the surface.
Move the fridge out from the wall and clean behind it, then on top and its sides, too. Dust and dirt also gathers on handles and along the plastic sealing that encases the doors.
- Kitchen Cabinets and Counters
Use a mild cleaner to clean the inside of cabinets, especially if they’re painted or lined. If they aren’t lined, consider using a liner to ensure that the insides are ready for your dishes. Lining paper can be purchased at any home store. We tend to use the kind that doesn’t stick so that it can be removed at any time.
- Clean the top of cabinets, and cabinet doors. If the surface is wood, use a wood cleaner or a mild soap. For grease stains, use baking soda and water. Make a paste and apply it, letting it sit for a few minutes. Also clean handles and inside drawers.
- Counters usually require less work, make sure you clean between cracks using a putty knife to remove any debris. Clean back-splashes with a mild cleaner or baking soda and water.
- Scrub the Sink
Use a chlorine-free bleach to clean the sink by putting some in a spray bottle and adding water to it. Spray the sink well and let it soak for a while. Then rinse thoroughly. Also, bleach the plugs by placing them in a small amount of bleach-water and letting them sit for a few minutes. Rinse well. Sink odors can be removed by mixing baking soda and water, then pouring it down the drain.
- Clean the Walls
Unless the previous owners recently painted the interior, you don’t necessarily have to clean them. If it’s a house that has been occupied by small children, look for fingerprints closer to the floor and around light switches and corners. Liquid stick cleaners from companies such as Tide work well to remove some of the more stubborn stains. Another great solution for sticky spots, one which requires very little elbow grease, is to apply a small amount of fabric softener to a sponge then rub it on the area. Whatever has stuck to the wall will disappear. It works well for removing wallpaper or paper borders, too.
- Clean the Floors (save the floors for last)
If you’re moving into a home with carpet, consider hiring a professional cleaner to steam clean them before moving in. If that isn’t possible, or the previous occupants claimed they had the carpets cleaned, then your new home probably needs a thorough vacuum. Make sure you ask the previous owners if they had any pets; if they did, you might want to protect against possible fleas, especially if you have pets of your own.
- For wood floors or faux wood, sweep the floor well, making sure to clean under heating vents and appliances. Use a mild soap to clean its surface; wood soaps, such as Rejuvenate, works well to remove dirt and give it a new shine (smells great, too!).
Your home is ready for the holidays!
Throughout the holidays, home is where you want to gather. Set the scene, playing off your favorite traditions and creating a few new ones to be sure everyone enjoys a warm welcome.
A clean house will make everyone feel at home!