Cleaning

Everyone living at Digger Street is responsible for cleaning, there is daily/weekly cleaning maintenance needed to keep our community looking beautiful & shiny. Please do your part to achieve this.

Resident Area Cleaning

2nd Floor 346 & 101

Sweep the floors.

Mop the floors.

Wipe over hand basin and shower area as you use it. Mop excess water off floor.

Clean toilet after use if needed, and check if paper needs replacing and REPLACE.

Take rubbish to 346.

Please return mops, buckets, brooms and vacuum cleaner back to 346 cleaning equipment area

Wipe down surfaces/Dust

101 Laundry Area

Get washing out of the machine when cycle finishes.

Take washing off line when dry and take to your space and make sure all fallen pegs are picked up and put in basket CLEAN.

Washing Machine – pull out centre lint cleaner, give it a clean before/after every use for a good clean wash.

1st floor 346

Sweep or vacuum the floors. (That includes the little space where the gas bottles are etc)

Mop the kitchen floor.

Wipe over hand basin and shower area as you use it. Mop excess water off floor.

Clean toilet after use if needed, and check if paper needs replacing and REPLACE.

Hose the patio concrete.

Empty rubbish bins and recycling containers into appropriate Council bins.

Empty compost bucket into black compost bin situated towards the back of the Veggie Patch.

Check Fridge for mouldy produce and wipe down shelves 

Guests

When you have guests at the T-House, you must be responsible for where they stay or sleep. You are also responsible for letting them know the rates applicable to their stay, as well as to inform of and ask them to accept the code of conduct.

One-off overnight stays are not expected to pay as the general rule is that you may have guests stay for two nights at no charge in your room.

Guest staying more than 2 nights, even if separated by breaks, are responsible for contributing the required 3 day rate. They are also expected to contribute 1hr daily to the communal systems, spaces & gardens, as well as keeping the communal areas of the house in which they stay clean.

It would be ideal if guests paid in advance like everyone else, and should there be any outstanding payments, it is the resident who invited the guest that is to settle the payment.

Ultimately, you will be responsible for any money outstanding for your guest’s stay.