Bond Clean Pricing- What Governs It

In this blog I'm going to address pricing and some points as a guide we use to determine a price.

1. As a starting point, we go off the house size 2 or 4 bedroom also Square metre floor size to determine price range.

Secondly if we don't have a visual we ask questions around condition as this can change the quote significantly.

2. Most of the cost & time isn't ALL based on size, though it plays a factor, but more condition of premise over all, poorer the condition, longer it takes = higher the price.

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To give you the numbers, in a standard 3 bedroom home there are 950+ items to be checked off & passed by us, so another reason we quote the price we do, I would say we are slightly under pricing, even in quote we set out still doesn't always cover everything.

We've done a 2 bedroom for the price of a 4 bedroom base rate, and we have done a 4 bedroom for half of what we quoted due to its immaculate condition, so it is vitally important if you want to stick to quoted price or even come under, the house has to be pretty immaculate condition, size of the home plays some part, bigger floor space, longer it takes, smaller the floor space less time it can take, but this will depend on condition.

3. This isn't something that always comes into play regarding price, but access in and around the home, some houses are quite easy and have good access to outside windows etc, other homes not so easy which can affect final invoice.

Our prices are also a guide and an estimate, as to determine an exact price is not always possible with these types of cleans,

There is a strong demand for us to get the premise back to a good standard as much as possible, so our prices are also based on the standard required by real estates and Land lords.

Also we run commercial equipment and use commercial grade products this is also factored into what we charge.

On a full bond clean If premise is found to be in worse condition than stated regardless of quote, anywhere between 25%-120% mark up of the quoted price will be automatically added to your final invoice, based on the condition of the house, as too many times we have been led up the garden path and had to take a financial hit because we were told "its in good condition"

2 dollars a day will at least have 2/3 of your bond clean covered, depending on the size of your house, and condition it's left in, plan ahead the day you sign your lease to ensure you have you bond clean covered, this makes sure your covered time your lease runs out.

Also book in advance as much as possible, and don't book to close to carpet cleaning unless we are doing it, as this can cause conflict, we generally do our best to fit you to get it done before carpets, so book your bond cleaner first before carpet cleaners and at a minimum a gap of 48 hours between each service.

Reach out if you have any further questions about Bond Cleaning, more than happy to help.

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