5 Cleaning Jobs That Are Best Left To The Professionals

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Only when your home is clean and tidy can you truly relax in it. Let’s be honest though when it comes to stubborn or hard to reach dirt it can be a bit of a challenge to tackle it yourself. You may have all the best intentions to sort it but lack the time, energy or even ability to clean certain areas of your property. However, by having a professional take care of the more challenging cleaning jobs for you, your home will be spick and span with zero effort.

Let’s take a look at 5 cleaning jobs that are best left to professional cleaners in closer detail.

Oven Cleaning

Burnt on pasta bake and the remnants of what you had for dinner six months ago stuck to the bottom of the oven. Does any of this sound familiar? Not only does a dirty oven give off foul odours but it can be a fire hazard too.

Oven debris consists of thick grease making it difficult to remove yourself. However, professional oven cleaning makes the process a breeze. Given most of us use our ovens every day, don’t delay if yours is looking (or smelling!) less than ideal.

Carpet Cleaning

Your carpets quite literally get walked all over. Vacuuming will remove visible debris, but won’t disinfect the fibres of your carpet. Nor will it remove the physical dirt that gets trodden into your carpet over time.

Carpet cleaning is quick and effective at removing all traces of dirt and should be done regularly, especially if people walk over your carpets wearing shoes or if you have pets.

A professional carpet cleaner will use hot water extraction, shampoo or a powder agent depending on the level of staining that needs removing. Not only will your carpets smell fresh and clean, they’ll look it too.

Deep Cleaning

Some stains cannot be removed by elbow grease alone. If the property has a very poor level of cleanliness throughout, then it will require deep cleaning.

Deep cleaners use a variety of professional tools and equipment to ensure your home is left hygienically clean. Services can include upholstery cleaning, carpet cleaning and even fridge cleaning.

Gutter Cleaning

Gutters are responsible for collecting excess rainwater and sending it down the drain, as too much water around your home can disrupt the soil which holds up the foundations.

Signs your gutters need cleaning are water spilling over the sides, sagging gutters, or if you’ve noticed plants growing or birds nesting in the gutter. If you have any damp or mould in your home then clogged gutters could also be to blame. Or, if you cannot remember the last time your gutters were cleaned then it’s probably long overdue!

It’s always worth getting a professional to clean your gutters. Due to how high up your guttering is, it can be both tricky and dangerous to attempt the job yourself. However, a professional gutter cleaner will use special tools to ensure the safe and efficient removal of any gutter blockages.

End Of Tenancy Cleaning

One of the best ways to get on the right foot with your new tenants is to make sure the property is clean when they move in. There are many tasks a landlord is responsible for, and if you have multiple properties your time will be stretched quite thinly.

Cleaning might seem like a last minute job, but given the property needs to be good enough for people to live in, it’s anything but. Dirty bathrooms, dusty living rooms, greasy ovens or even an unpleasant smell from the previous occupants can be off-putting. In some cases, it could even break health and safety laws.

Call in a professional cleaning team before your new tenants move in and you can avoid all the hassle of attempting the job yourself.