Tenant Check out Procedures by y486F4V

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									CHECK OUT PROCEDURES

A representative from Lets Support Inventories Ltd will be in touch with you in
the weeks leading to the end of your Tenancy to arrange a final check out
inspection on the last day.

It will be expected that the property will be in a good clean condition with all
the cleaning finished. All items not belonging to the Landlord must be
removed and you must be ready to leave the property as soon as the check
out inspection is completed.

You will be expected to hand over the keys at the time of the check out. You
will be asked for a forwarding address and the final meter readings will be
taken.

DANGER AREAS

Danger areas generally fall into the categories detailed below. It would be in
your best interest to pay particular attention to:-

      Carpet soiling – spotting, staining, heavy shading, burn marks
      Furniture damage – soiling, staining, breakage, ring and scratch marks,
       water/liquid marks, dents and chips
      Curtains – discoloured due to smoke, torn, stained, spotted or not
       clean
      Mattresses – staining and ripping
      Linen – soiling, staining, not freshly cleaned, burn marks or tears
      Parquet / wood flooring – heavy usage, scrape/scratch marks, staining,
       burn marks
      Vinyl floor coverings – rips, scrapes, staining, pit/dent marks
      Gardens – unswept patios/paths/driveways, non-maintained borders,
       bushes and lawns

CLEANING

Apart from general cleaning, listed below are the most common areas that
can be missed, and which the Inventory Clerk will pay particular attention to:-

      All paintwork including skirting boards, architrave and picture rails
      Ceramic tiles in kitchens and bathrooms, including the perimeter and
       edges of carpets and flooring in all rooms
      Units and drawers (inside and out)
      Kitchen appliances, paying particular attention to hob, grill, oven and
       door. Also refrigerator door, shelving and rubber seals along with
       freezer compartments, soap dispensers and filters of washing
       machines, dishwashers and tumble dryers and any fitted extractor fans
      Ceiling and wall lights (dust on shades/fittings and working bulbs)
      Windows

								
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