We’re going to start this article with a question directed at general contractors, builders, and other trade professionals: do you hire your crew based on how well they can clean? Do you know they can vacuum, mop, clean carpets, wipe down walls, clean glass, disinfect bathrooms, and do all the fine detailing that will leave your company’s work looking its best?
If we’re being honest, the answer to this question is no. Yet many local builders choose to have their building crew do the post-construction cleanup. They think they’re saving money – but what they’re really doing is taking a chance with their client’s satisfaction and their professional reputation.
First impressions are everything in the construction industry. Some of the projects being built in and around the Boston area have multi-million dollar budgets. People have waited years for their first opportunity to see their new facility. This moment needs to be perfect.
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First impressions should be impressive. When you choose a professional commercial cleaning crew to do your post-construction cleaning, you’re ensuring that all of your work is presented looking its absolute best. Walls are wiped down and windows cleaned. Window sills, hand rails, keypads, countertops and other hard surfaces are cleaned, sanitized, and disinfected. Special attention is paid to carpeting and flooring – no dust bunnies linger in corners or unnoticed in closets.
Post-construction cleaning is available throughout the construction process. This helps keep the mess and debris under control, which makes the job site safer for everyone. If people are working in the facility you’re currently renovating, ongoing post-construction cleaning services will help minimize complaints.
If you’re a Boston area builder looking for post-construction cleaning, it’s possible to get a bid on your current project in just three minutes. We prepare our quotes based on 40 years experience. Our professional team works quickly and efficiently to get the job done.