Skip to Content

Spring Cleaning Your West Jordan Rental Property

West Jordan Rental Property Owner Cleaning the Gutters for Spring CleaningThe fundamentals of spring cleaning comprise decluttering, deep cleaning, and organizing. The intention is to do away with unwanted items, clean hard-to-reach places, and have a more functional and likable living environment. Spring cleaning is a sensible way to welcome the change of season, make a fresh start, and bring a sense of renewal and rejuvenation to one’s home.


As a West Jordan landlord, spring cleaning is vital for several reasons. Mainly, it can help engage and retain tenants by securing the rental property is spotless, organized, and clutter-free. A clean and well-maintained property can cause a favorable impression on possible tenants and make them certainly more likely to rent from you.

How to keep your rental property clean

1.    Start with a thorough property inspection

A meticulous and thorough inspection means searching every room and region of the house for evidence of actual damage, wear, and tear, or cleanliness issues. Dusting and vacuuming, testing for leaks or cracks, inspecting appliances, and clearing and organizing places are all examples.


2.    Deep clean the property

It is salient to thoroughly clean and sanitize every house nook and cranny, on top of areas oftentimes missed during the regular, usual cleaning. Examples of such tasks are scrubbing grout, washing windows, cleaning appliances inside and out, shampooing carpets, and dusting and washing walls, baseboards, and other surfaces. Take into account hiring a professional cleaning service to secure a precise and exhaustive job.


3.    Check the HVAC system

Observing and cleaning the air filters, hunting for signs of damage or wear, and scheduling a professional maintenance check-up are all parts of completely checking the HVAC system. This step helps determine whether the system runs well, greatly improves indoor air quality, and avoids most likely breakdowns in the upcoming heavy-use season.


4.    Test smoke and carbon monoxide detectors

While you’re spring cleaning, test smoke, and carbon monoxide detectors to ascertain each device works sufficiently, change batteries as appropriate, and replace any fragmented devices. Testing these detectors ensures everyone’s safety in the home by giving the chance for early detection or sensing and warning in the event of a fire or carbon monoxide leak.


5.    Check plumbing fixtures

Examining plumbing during spring cleaning spells out inspecting all pipes, drains, and faucets for leaks, blockages, or other signs of damage. Plumbing checks may secondly include flushing the water heater and inspecting the water pressure to make sure that everything is running suitably well and efficiently, avoiding potential water damage and exorbitant repairs down the line.


By going through these relevant steps to maintain your rental property, you can effectively preserve and support the property’s value and prevent damage to fixtures and appliances. A clean rental property is more enticing to potential future tenants and can help retain existing tenants, resulting in increased rental income.



We are pledged to the letter and spirit of U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. See Equal Housing Opportunity Statement for more information.

The Neighborly Done Right Promise

The Neighborly Done Right Promise ® delivered by Real Property Management, a proud Neighborly company

When it comes to finding the right property manager for your investment property, you want to know that they stand behind their work and get the job done right – the first time. At Real Property Management we have the expertise, technology, and systems to manage your property the right way. We work hard to optimize your return on investment while preserving your asset and giving you peace of mind. Our highly trained and skilled team works hard so you can be sure your property's management will be Done Right.

Canada excluded. Services performed by independently owned and operated franchises.

See Full Details