Once a construction site is complete, it takes more than just cleaning up dirt, materials and other debris. There are three steps to keep in mind regarding construction cleaning.
The three steps of construction cleaning include:
ROUGH CLEANING. After a construction site is complete, a rough cleaning is needed. Cleaning experts at RMJS are prepared to clean up build-up and debris. Typically, rough cleaning includes:
Removal of scraps and leftovers
Cleaning dust and debris
Prepping the floors and carpet
INTERIOR CLEANING. Once the rough cleaning is complete, it's time to evaluate your cleaning services. Areas to consider are kitchens, bathrooms, tiles, cabinetry, office spaces, etc. During this step, the cleaning teams will check installations to prevent future problems. Interior cleaning includes:
Marks and smudges on walls and ceiling
All flooring cleaned
Cleaning of ducts and ventilating equipment
Windows and tracks cleaned
Last on the plan is to remove all trash bags from the property
EXTERIOR CLEANING. First impressions matter. Removing debris, nails, and other construction materials outside helps with those first impressions. Additional exterior construction cleaning includes:
Cleaning of entryways (sweeping and or mopping)
Trash removal from the driveway and parking areas
When all three phases of the construction clean-up are complete, consider hiring trained and certified professionals to clean the facility. Check if the service provider provides other services like painting, high-dusting, carpet, hardwood flooring, etc.
Rocky Mountain Janitorial and Maintenance Specialists (RMJS) can do it all! From construction clean-up and everyday cleaning to special services (e.g., painting, emergency restoration, facility maintenance, power washing, etc.).
If you want to learn more about the construction cleaning RMJS provides, contact Heather Treat at heather(@)rockymountainjanitorial(dot)com.