2. Get the cleaning supplies that work best and make sure you have all the tools you need to take care of all the carpets, floors, rugs, walls, windows, and surfaces that will need cleaning and touch ups after you have moved out. Buy only high quality products and make sure the products you use are approved and safe for the type of flooring and materials you are trying to clean.
3. When you work on cleaning your floors remember that certain types of flooring will take special steps or methods to get the best results. You want your home or office space to look clean and inviting to potential buyers or renters so take your time and do a good job. Clean and polish hardwood floors, make sure to pay attention to the grout between tile flooring, and use quality carpet cleaners on your carpet and rugs.
4. Take care of your floors after the move. If your home or office ends up staying empty for some time before it sold or rented out you will need to go back on occasion and take care of the floors. Simple sweeping, mopping, or vacuuming can be enough to keep the flooring looking its absolute best.
5. Make sure your outdoor areas are not sabotaging your work inside. Pay attention to your yard, patio, garden, parking area, or any other space outside your home or business and ensure they are all in good condition. Keep debris and dirt at a minimum so ti is not tracked inside when people come in to look around. The outside it the first impression people get of your property so make sure you are leaving a good impression before they even step foot inside.
When you are facing a move, whether you are moving in or out of the local area, you can still work to make sure your floors look great!