Construction Cleaning

Construction Cleaning  - Commercial & Residential

All 3 stages

  • Stage 1 - prep for construction
  • Stage 2 - mid-construction clean up
  • Stage 3 - post-construction clean up (final clean)

Types of spaces for construction cleaning:

  • Homes
  • Apartments
  • Townhomes
  • Office Buildings
  • Medical Facilities
  • Restaurants
  • Shopping Centers
  • Churches
construction cleaning

Remodeling companies find construction cleaning very important to their success. Leaving a big mess can make customers unhappy even if the remodeling work looks amazing. Construction workers often leave a lot of dust behind everywhere. This dust can make it hard to breathe and it can be frustrating to the home owner. Hiring professionals from a company that specializes in construction cleaning will leave your customers feeling impressed. We want to help you showcase your property and give the impression that you really care about your customer as well as the finished product.

Remodeling can be exciting until the work is done and everything is a mess. Construction crews often unknowingly leave behind nails, screws, and dust. Pit to Palace Cleaning has much experience picking up after construction crews. We clean behind construction crews in newly built homes and remodeling projects.

Types of Construction Cleaning

Pit to Palace Cleaning offers cleaning for all types of construction as well as cleaning for each stage of construction. The 1st stage includes a rough clean after the framing, electrical, plumbing and drywall are complete. This stage includes: removing all trash or other debris inside the building to the dumpster or to the designated area, remove paint residue on the windows, stickers removed from windows, clean all door frames/door knobs/light switches/window sills, vacuum tracks to windows and sliding glass doors when required, all tubs/showers/marble tops/countertops/vinyl should have protective coverings but in the event that they do not, these surfaces will be wiped clean during construction cleaning. All the framework/molding/baseboards inside the building should be cleaned.  Cabinets, vanities, drawers shall be wiped clean on the inside and outside with no residue of sawdust, dirt, etc. Clean all utility closets, furnace closets, storage areas, garages, etc.  Water heaters and water valve boxes (washing machine/dryer area) will also be wiped down during construction cleaning .

The 2nd stage of detailed construction cleaning occurs before the building owner/contractor does a final inspection. This clean includes: Cardboard, plastic, trash, etc., should be removed to the dumpster or to the designated area. Dust all walls, framework, baseboards, etc., to remove all remaining dust. All tracks of horizontal sliding glass doors and windows will be cleaned.  Windows and sliding glass doors will be cleaned inside and outside with a glass cleaner. Bathtubs, showers, sinks, and countertops,  all plumbing fixtures and related trim to a sanitary condition. Wipe down any medicine cabinets, mirrors and bath accessories. Vacuum, and polish the exterior of all cabinets, drawers, other stained woodwork and vanity tops to remove any streaks, construction dirt, fingerprints, etc. Any chips or damage to tubs, toilets, sinks, counters, drawers, etc. should be reported to the supervising contractor. Carpets shall be thoroughly vacuumed and small spots will be cleaned. Any larger areas of dirty carpet or large stains must be reported to the supervising contractor. All doors, doorframes, and window sills wiped. Appliances shall be clean and polished on the inside and out. Garage, storage area, stoops, patios, and walkways should be broom swept.  Ceiling fans and AC vents will be wiped free of dirt, dust, etc. The cleaning crew will notify the supervising contractor of any damage they find to the property. The 3rd stage of construction cleaning  is the touch-up cleaning right before the tenants or residents move in.