Initial Construction Site Cleaning Inspection and Quotations
In order to get started on any construction cleaning job, we need to discuss exactly what your cleaning requirements are and specifically what needs to be cleaned, how it needs to be cleaned
and what condition the area should be in after the final cleaning. We will make an assessment of what construction materials need to be hauled away and which construction materials should stay.
This guarantees that only items that need to be removed and cleaned up are.
In many cases, pricing may be provided without visiting the construction site.
In these instances, it is important to have historical references so pricing can be given using variables such as square foot. Call us today to schedule a free construction clean up consultation.
During the Construction Clean Up
Crews are experienced and self starting and are exceptional at completing all tasks while working around other contractors. We keep construction clean-up costs to a minimum without sacrificing quality.
We follow all OSHA regulations concerning safety equipment such as hard hats, steel toe boots, long pants, and safety goggles.
We can develop a program to address any contractor or construction company's post-construction cleaning needs.
Construction cleaning crews can and will make a tremendous improvement to your establishment by executing, rough and final Clean, guaranteed next day re-clean if necessary.
Owner Acceptance Clean
Any construction cleanup is subject to the terms of your individualize construction cleaning agreement and generally an owner acceptance clean. This owner acceptance clean will allow the site
owner to make a final inspection of the construction site and point out any areas which are deficient and require additional cleanup.
Commercial hauling services are available to haul everything from construction debris to furniture or any other unwanted items taking up your valuable space. We arrange for items to be removed including
bringing equipment on site and taking trash to the landfill or dump and if possible recycling at a waste disposal facility.