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7 months ago - 2 minute read
As a renter in England, you have a responsibility to leave your rental property clean and tidy when you move out. This is known as end-of-tenancy cleaning, and it's important to do a thorough job to avoid losing your security deposit and maintaining a good relationship with your landlord.
To help you prepare for end-of-tenancy cleaning, we've put together this checklist of essential dos and don'ts. By following these tips, you can ensure that your rental property is sparkling clean and ready for the next tenant.
In conclusion, end-of-tenancy cleaning is an essential part of the moving process for renters in England. By following the tips and advice in this checklist, you can ensure that your rental property is clean and ready for the next tenant, and avoid any disputes or issues with your landlord. By taking the time to do a thorough job, you can make your move hassle-free and enjoy a smooth transition to your next rental property.
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