Construction Cleanup

Upon completion of a construction project the primary focus is to have the place ready for occupancy. The Construction Clean takes place in three stages.

Rough Interior Cleanup

This includes cleaning the spaces of a construction site prior to adding the final element, such as floors, it is important because it ensures that the final install is clean and secure. This type of construction site cleaning job generally includes all of the following: Sweeping and prepping floor underlayment for carpet, tile, washing all interior windows, and dusting surfaces

Final Interior Cleanup

Once the final elements are installed, a more thorough and detailed interior cleaning must take place. We use a 20 point checklist after all cleaning has commenced to ensure the site has been thoroughly cleaned. Depending on the site or the type of room, the cleanup will vary. Key areas for a good interior clean include:

•Cleaning walls, including removing dust, dirt, scuff marks, and smudges
•Dusting ceilings and light fixtures/fans
•Cleaning all trim, including all baseboards and door and window frames
•Cleaning the faces, sides, and tops of doors
•Cleaning floors, including buffing/waxing if applicable or vacuuming carpet
•Cleaning ducts, vents, and baseboard heating exchanges
•Cleaning windows, including tracks and frames
•Removing all trash, plastic coverings, and stickers

Exterior Cleanup

For larger renovations, additions, and new builds, A final, thorough exterior cleanup job rids the property of excess trash, and prepares it for finishing’s such as landscaping and paving jobs. In many cases, the exterior is the final element because the appearance of the site is important This stage will normally include:

•Removing all trash from the property, including lumber and debris

•Washing exterior windows and doors

•Sweeping and dusting any entry doorways

Sweeping and/or power washing the driveway and any other paved surfaces

•Dusting all exterior lights