How Long does End of Lease cleaning take?


Time is your biggest enemy.

Time. Our obsession with it goes back, funnily enough, to the dawn of time. The Greeks had a God for it, Chronos, though as clever as the Greeks were they could in no way envisage the constraints of time in 21st Century Australia. It almost seems that time is against us, our enemy. What happens when you have to move house, how long does End of Lease cleaning take? In mainland capital cities, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth, the average daily commute in 2019 stands at 66 minutes per day. Up a whopping 20 per cent since 2002. That’s one hour and six minutes a day, a figure that becomes more flexible when one considers that one in three Australians regularly work from home, according to The Sydney Morning Herald.

For most of us, the mere thought of the time it will take to clean a house efficiently is frightening. There isn’t enough time in the day to do everything required, and moving is up there as one of the five most stressful events in life. Most of us like to be organised, and with moving there is certainly an amount of chaos. Things don’t always go as planned and are sometimes out of our control. Though, wouldn’t it feel good to relieve some of the stress by using people more experienced and adept in this type of cleaning? Many Australians use the services of professional cleaners, and in particular for End of Lease cleaning.

End of Lease cleaning is a chore that few tenants are eagerly anticipating. It is far easier, therefore, to leave the dirty work to someone else, someone highly skilled, who can carry it out more efficiently, knowing the areas to clean and the expectations of property managers. Because of this you are more likely to have your bond returned. In fact Whizz guarantees it. If there is an area that needs attention and is stopping the return of your bond, Whizz will send someone to rectify the problem. Customer satisfaction and your feedback are important to Whizz.