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Price for EOT

How to quote job foragency?
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Hour rates for End of tanancy
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Total Members Voted: 2

Jakub Studnicki

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End of tenancy- pricing
« on: November 26, 2018, 11:18:41 pm »
Hello. We started with our cleaning bussines nearly 3 months ago. We are already in cooperation with one of letting agency in our town. We do End of tenancy cleans for them. Ive done  5 jobs for them only  but they want use us as a first choice company. Im bit confused about pricing for that kind of job. Sometimes they saing ‘general clean’ only but batrooms look filthy with a scaled taps or showers and descaling takes a lot of time. We want to charge £15p/h for our job but still think hour rate is too low. For example: 1bed flat with one bathroom takes 3hours for both of us, so:
6hours man work x £15=£90 all together. Is too low? Of course price depends of condition of every flat/house. Should we add 20% for every quote as expenses for chemicals or cost of fuel?
We have advantage on ltd companies because we dont add VAT our price. We are based near Dover, Kent.


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Re: End of tenancy- pricing
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2018, 06:10:05 pm »
Hi Jakub.

I think the EOT clean should not be charged per hour.
It should go per item:
General clean  (based one off price)
Oven clean
Mould treatment
Fridge Freezer defrost
Additional cost to provide a deep clean, for example degreasing terrible kitchen etc.


Jakub Studnicki

  • Posts: 2
Re: End of tenancy- pricing
« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2018, 11:24:49 pm »
Thank you Daniel for reply to my post.

I understand your point of veiew, but not every(for example) 3 bed house is the same. Some of them are really filthy with dirty bathrooms or kitchens and has a lot of limescale and it takes much more time to clean it up. One 3 bed house takes 4 hours for 2 men but some of them 5hours, 6 or even longer. So if the price will be the same for every same number of rooms house/flat and i will be have to spend much more time on filthy one there is no chance to earn sensible money. That way to make a quote is  fine if you work for your own, but not if u have to pay to cleaners to do the job right. Filthy house=no profit.