30 May

Checkouts | Handy Checkout Guides (Downloads)

By TLR Estates, 30th May 2019

 

Checking out of your home can be difficult at the best of times. So to help you out, we’ve put together a super useful checkout guide and some other handy downloads. Instead of dotting them all around the internet, we thought we’d pop them all on one handy blog post for you to access whenever you need!

 

1. PREP FOR CHECKOUT GUIDE

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Use this handy little guide as a visual aid to help you when cleaning your property.

Remember that this guide is not a complete list and only gives you enough information to make a great start to cleaning your home. Each home has individual features which may not be covered in the above checkout guide.

 

2. CHECKOUT CHECKLIST

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Again, this handy little checklist acts as a useful aid when cleaning your house for checkout. Work your way through the lists in each room to make sure that you’ve addressed everything.

Once again, please remember that this checklist is not a complete list and only gives you enough information to make a great start to cleaning your home. Each home has individual features which may not be covered in the above checklist.

 

3. LAST BIN COLLECTION DATES

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Remembering to clear your rubbish at the end of your tenancy is super, super important. It’s probably the most frequent deposit deduction that we have to make. Clearing rubbish for tenants is free, but for a company to clear rubbish costs money and time. So make sure you either put all your rubbish out for collection, or take your rubbish to a local recycling site.

For more information about how you can clear your rubbish, please check on your local council’s website for more information.

 

4. DEFROST YOUR FRIDGE FREEZER

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One of the trickier parts of cleaning your kitchen is to defrost your fridge and freezer – especially if the interior has frosted up over the course of your tenancy. Follow the above instructions step-by-step and you shouldn’t have a problem ensuring that your fridge-freezer is left clean and smelling fresh.

 


Still have questions?

Don’t forget to “check out” our other posts in this series which you can access by clicking the links below:

If you have any questions, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us either by phone or email.

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