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We have recently moved out of a small 4 bedroom house, which we left in a clean state.

 

Our landlord has received a quote from a professional cleaning company for 440 pounds. We think this is extremely excessive since having done some research (including ringing up various cleaning companies) the average price to clean a house of this size ranges from 170-220.

 

Does anyone know whether the landlord has to provide us with more than one quote? And does he have to give us a breakdown of the cost (we have asked him to do so but he is being evasive and antagonistic). We are very reluctant to pay this amount of money as it seems excessive in relation to the size of the property and also the state that we left it in.

 

Thanks for any help you can give.

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If he isn't holding your deposit then you are in a good position. The landlord has to accept that there will be a deterioration in the property caused by wear and tear. This means that he is not entitled to expect to receive the property back in the condition that it was originally. It may well be that he expects to get the property back in an original and re-lettable condition. He is being unfair and unrealistic.

 

Write to him and ask him to identify what aspects of the condition of the property he considers are caused by more than just wear and tear.

 

Take it from there


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Will move your thread into a more appropriate forum.


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