I am moving this weekend and need someone to clean my house for the final inspection. I will not have time to do it myself. I live in the Santa Margarita housing and need the house clean by tuesday 5/29. or if you know of anyone who can please let me know. Thanks.
I had my final inspection today and I passed with flying colors all thanks to an awesome and dedicated person, Jennifer. (No, I am not related to her nor did I know her before tuesday so don't think my opinion is bias). After having a not so pleasent experience with the person I had originally hired to do my move out cleaning (not sure if she did not understand the concept of a move out cleaning and what it consisted of...) I become wary of hiring anyone from Camp P Yard Sales, but I was so glad the bad experience did not detered me from hiring someone on this site because I would have never found Jennifer. Not only did she do an amazing job (the inspector informed us that this was one if not the only house she inspected that looked like it was brand new, and the bathub, whom the previous person I hired dubbed it as a 'lost cause', was the cleanest she had ever seen) Jennifer even called me the next day to check if it was up to my expectations and if it wasn't she would come back and take care of whatever I did not like. I highly recommed her. Her number is (760)586-5697. Did I mention her prices are very reasonable?
I'd like to know too! When I moved into my apt the cleaning lady they have, the owner (who dodnt tell me till after i moved in, it was a rush move in because of the other apt) myself, twin and 2 people I have hired have decided the toilet in my bathroom is unusable! Now we have a large family in 1 bathroom I'd love to find some one who can try to clean it!
Hey ladies, just a good piece of information - The houses don't need to necessarily be clean for the final inspection. For ours (my husband and mine) we were having a heck of a time with work and packing to clean. They finished packing the day of our inspection!
Anyway, we didn't wash the floors or walls, inside the cupboards, the counter tops, carpets, windows, stove or oven, our sink was a mess we hadn't removed all of our blinds and their attachments etc. They didn't count it against us, and when I asked about it - The woman stated that the final inspection is mostly to view any structural damage (meaning holes in walls, piss on carpets, broken windows, broken blinds etc.) we got charged for a tiny patch of carpet and the house wasn't cleaned at all! lol
I'm sorry but that is actually not good information at all. I am a military spouse and live on base and have moved. Bottom line is of you do not follow the check list given ill. Moving out, you "may be held responsible" for cleaning charges. I would suggest anyone who's has any questions about moving out to contact theory housing office and verify exactly what they want done.
If it in you conscience to leave a dirty home when you move, then that's your choice. I personally leave a home in the best shape that I can and know I am a responsible tenant. Believe me when I say, its a great feeling when your housing inspector can come in your home and say, wow the house looks great!
I'm not trying to say you have to hire a cleaner, but please clean your homes ladies and do not leave it a mess.
Ugh I hate auto correct lol anyway, I'm sure you understand what I mean.... It depends in the .person inspecting the home. They may have been leniency with ^^ but that doesn't mean they will be with everyone.
I'm not by any means saying that people SHOULD leave their homes a mess when they move out. You're right that the individual may be held responsible, and its likely the person inspecting saw that we were still packing and took leniency on because of that. Either way the intention of my post was not to dissuade someone from cleaning their home upon move out, it was to let them know to relax and not take the process as seriously and get so stressed out.