Post-tenancy office cleaning mistakes

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Cleaning your office professionally, before the end of your tenancy can bring a range of advantages, including ensuring that you receive your deposit back. Which can be helpful towards the deposit on your next office space. Offices can become very dirty during the course of their use, especially offices with a high number of employees. So a professional clean can make it easier for you to make sure that the office space is spotless, before you leave. But if you’re planning to do this yourself, there are certain things you should avoid. So what are some of the most common post-tenancy office cleaning mistakes you should be aware of? Well, here at Cleaning North West. We are Preston’s leading office cleaning team, and we provide a range of services to suit the requirements of your company. This includes post-tenancy cleaning. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about cleaning your office before you move out.

What are the most common post-tenancy office cleaning mistakes to avoid?

There are several mistakes to avoid when it comes to cleaning your office, after you move out. These include:

  • Cleaning before you have moved out all of your furniture- post tenancy cleaning needs to be the last thing you do, after all of the equipment and furniture has been moved. Otherwise you will be left with dirty and discoloured patches all over your office space, which could eat into your deposit money.
  • Not cleaning from the top down- during a professional post tenancy office clean, it’s common practice to clean from the top down. This is because the ceilings and walls will need to be fully cleaned, as well as light fixtures, and this can displace dust and debris which will cause mess at a lower level. So by cleaning from the top down, you can avoid cleaning certain areas twice.

For professional office cleaning you can count on, across Preston and the North West, get in touch with the professionals today, here at Cleaning North West.