End Of Tenancy Cleaning?

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  1. masonc536

    masonc536 Member
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    How do you price them up?
     
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  2. adyspurs

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    Varies mate neils cracked it as I specialise un carpets but as for cleaning I try and work it out how long it will take me and go for minimum of £30 an hour or more if bad.that's just on cleaning.I've had a few I've priced up and got.£200 odd quid for 4-5 hours ain't bad but can vary where you live.
     
  3. Neil

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    Never saw this topic , where you from mason?
     
  4. dmckellar

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    depends what needs done and how long it takes i suppose

    if tendering - they will want it priced per flat, not dependant on the condition unless extremely bad
     
  5. Scott Blaney

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    Plus, you have all the chancers who are jumping into this business as they see it as an easy/quick buck. gumtrees absolutely full of people offering end of tenancy cleans for like 25 a flat.. right upto 50 quid for a 4 bed house.

    How in the hell they can do anything for that kind of money, i dont know.
     
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    Easy don't pay for anything, no tax, no insurance, unemployment benefits dole cheats. It's easy to be stupidly cheap if you don't pay.
     
  7. HotWash Window Cleaners

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    With proper business you have overheads and your own personal survival budget, which dictates pricing so it's easy to see how really.
     
  8. dmckellar

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    how much on average would a normal estate agent want to pay? do they genuinely take on these £35 for a 1 bed flat brigades?

    i see it on gumtree in glasgow

    1-2 bed flat - £40
    3 bed/house - £50
    4 bed house/west end flat - £60

    you cant physically do that, surely for the price and expect a great turnaround?
     
  9. adyspurs

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    That is a complete joke.
    Like hot wash said,a lot of people tax dodging,a few Bulgarians trying to under cut offering £8 per hour,complete joke,I've let HMRC know as I'm not having it.
     
  10. Neil

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    No way can you do it for that price that is ridiculous !!!!
     
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