However you have come to find yourself in the position of dealing with a property following a bereavement, cleaning is the last thing you need to be worrying about.
People approach us to handle this delicate issue for many reasons which include any of the following and much more
Preparing the bereaved persons home for family and friends to attend on the day of the funeral. This may involve a complete clean of the premises, a light clean of the areas of the home to be attended by visitors, or a deep clean of the complete property.
(we can tidy gardens as well if necessary)
Decluttering and remove of unwanted possessions
Whether required as part of the above preparation for a funeral, a viewing of a property to be disposed of or a full clearance following probate or the dispersal of the estate we can help and advise you of the best way forward. Working to your instructions we can remove waste to a recycling facility or transport donations to charitable organisations on your behalf. As licensed Upper tier waste carriers, we will produce a Duty of Care/Waste transfer note for your reference to show that your waste has been ethically disposed of.
Depending on the condition of the property, the circumstances of the bereavement and your future intentions we will work with you to provide an effective and reasonable plan to clean the property. This may require any or all the above and may take the form of a light clean, to a deep clean. If the property is to be disposed of you may require our viewing clean which comprises of an initial deep clean and a “sparkle” clean just prior to viewing to remove newly settled dust.