Move Out Cleaning (and Move In too)

Below is our default cleaning checklist for move-outs or deep cleans.  

The main difference between General Cleaning versus Deep Cleaning is hand washing/scrubbing of those items IF needed. 

Kitchen cleaning checklist…

  • Clean grease from exhaust hood
  • Wash high surfaces, on top and behind the appliances
  • Hand Wash/Dust off the blinds
  • Wipe down doors
  • Wash the kitchen cabinets and shelves inside and out                                            
  • Deep Clean outside of oven, microwave and the dishwasher   
  • *Deep Clean Inside of oven, microwave and the dishwasher  ($35)     
  • Clean coffeemaker, toaster 
  • Clean and disinfect the sink
  • Vacuum/Sweep/Mop carpets and flooring
  • Vacuum and mop the floor
  • *Deep clean out refrigerator and freezer ($35)
  • Wipe down outside of Fridge
  • Clean Inside of Cabinets & Drawers
  • Scrub Sink & Counters
  • Clean Baseboards

Denotes a Add-On and extra fee

Bathroom cleaning checklist…

  • Wash out all drawers and shelves inside and out
  • Wash shower curtain liner and shower door
  • Clean the mirror
  • Clean shower and tub
  • Clean and disinfect toilet
  • Clean and disinfect the sink
  • Vacuum, sweep and mop the floor
  • Clean light fixtures
  • Clean Baseboards
  • Clean Ceiling fans
  • Dust walls and corners to remove cobwebs

Denotes a Add-On and extra fee

Living Spaces (Bedrooms, dining room, living room) Cleaning Checklist…

  • Clean ceiling fans
  • Dust walls and corners to remove cobwebs
  • Clean Baseboards
  • Clean blinds 
  • * Clean windows (add-on)

Denotes a Add-On and extra fee

Entryway Cleaning Checklist…

  • Clean out all cabinets and shelves
  • Clean all light fixtures and wall plates
  • Dust walls and corners to remove cobwebs
  • Clean Floors
  • Clean Blinds
  • *Clean Windows (add-on)

Denotes a Add-On and extra fee

Other Misc items upon request when booking online…

  • **Laundry ($49 fee)
  • **Decluttering ($199 fee)
  • **Organizing ($199 fee)
  • **Garage clean out ($49 fee)

** Denotes customer MUST be home in order for us to do these items

Our Default Room Priority Cleaning Order is below as time permits, unless you specifically change the Ranking Order below in the notes box:

  1. Kitchen
  2. Bathrooms
  3. Living Areas
  4. Bedrooms


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When choosing a move-out cleaning service company, here are some important factors to consider:

  1. Reputation: Look for a company with a positive reputation, good reviews, and a track record of delivering high-quality cleaning services.  

  2. Experience: Choose a company with experience in move-out cleaning, as this type of cleaning requires specific knowledge and skills.

  3. Services offered: Make sure the company offers the services you need, such as deep cleaning, carpet cleaning, window cleaning, and so on.

  4. Pricing: Compare prices and services offered by different companies to find the best value for your money.

  5. Availability: Consider the company’s availability and make sure they can accommodate your schedule and timeline.

  6. Insurance and Bonding: Choose a company that is insured and bonded to protect against damages and accidents during the cleaning process.

  7. Equipment and Supplies: Check if the company provides its own equipment and supplies, or if you need to provide your own.

  8. Guarantee: Look for a company that offers a satisfaction guarantee, so you can be confident that the work will be done to your satisfaction.

By considering these factors, you can choose a move-out cleaning service company that meets your needs and provides you with a clean and refreshed property


How much does a Move-out house cleaning usually cost?


The cost of a move-out house cleaning can vary depending on several factors, such as the size of the property, the level of cleaning required, and the location. On average, a move-out house cleaning can cost anywhere from $200 to $600 or more, although prices may be higher or lower depending on the specific circumstances.

It’s important to get a detailed quote from the cleaning company that takes into account the specific needs and requirements of your property. Some companies may charge by the hour, while others may charge a flat rate for the entire job. It’s also a good idea to compare quotes from several different companies to ensure you are getting a fair and competitive price.