Cost Chart for Rental Damage

Prevention is key.

Typical Charges For Repair Items.

Broken windows blinds (each)
$ 15.00
Carpet not vacuumed (each room)
$ 15.00
Broken windows (each)
$ 100.00
Wood/ Tile floors not swept (each room)
$ 15.00
Furniture removal & disposal (each piece)
$ 50.00
Trash removable (each room)
$ 30.00
Holes in walls/ doors (each)
$ 35.00
Stove top cleaning
$ 25.00
Window screens (each)
$ 25.00
Oven cleaning
$ 50.00
Re-sand/ Varnish hardwood floors due to outside of normal wear and tear
$1/sq ft.
Removal of items from common areas/storage lockers
See labor charge
Ceiling fan cleaning (each)
$ 10.00
Dishwasher cleaning
$ 25.00
Damaged interior doors (each)
$ 75.00
Bath tub cleaning
$ 50.00
Damaged apartment entry door
$ 150.00
Toilet cleaning
$ 25.00
Damaged cabinet door/drawers (each)
$ 50.00
Bathroom medicine cabinet cleaning
$ 25.00
Damaged cabinet frames (each)
$ 100.00
Bathroom vanity/sink cleaning
$ 25.00
Damaged ceiling fan (each)
$ 50.00
Kitchen sink cleaning
$ 25.00
Damaged/ Missing light fixtures (each)
$ 50.00
Kitchen cabinet cleaning (each)
$ 25.00
Damaged/ Missing smoke and CO2 detectors (each)
$ 35.00
Refrigerator Cleaning (interior/exterior)
$ 50.00
Replace hardwoods floors
$8/sq ft.
Damaged bathroom vanity
$ 150.00
Labor Charge (where applicable)
$75/ hr
Damaged bathroom mirror/medicine chest
$ 150.00
Apartment, mail box and common area keys not returned (each key). Please note you are responsible for returning for returning an equal amount of sets as names on the lease (Examples-2 names=2 sets).
$25.00 PER KEY
Over load of garbage containers or dumping of items outside of containers which are subject to extra charge by scavenger service
Subject to scavenger charge.

f you are a landlord, you may use this list to sign with your renter along with your lease agreement. Check with local government for any changes regarding renter rights prior to obtaining signatures.



Other charges that can add up very quickly:

If a renter fails to clean a unit, the landlord has the right to hire their own contractors. This can easily run $300-500 for just the cleaning. Additional fees may include repairs to landscape, disposal or storage of items or waste left behind