When you’re completing renovations, or selling a property after construction you need to ensure that it’s in the best possible condition before you let any prospective buyers take a look. If you’re just completing renovations to increase the value of your home then it’s assumed you want it to look flawless as soon as physically possible.
Many people will attempt to clean up all the remnants of construction waste themselves, which can be right option in certain circumstances, but the alternative is to hire a professional cleaning company. Many cleaning businesses now offer a specialised builders clean-up service that will take care of the entire job for you.
In the eyes of the majority hiring a professional for a builders clean-up is an essential part of renting, leasing or selling!
You can even hire a cleaning company on a weekly basis whilst you’re renovating to ensure that you’re working in a clean environment and provide you the motivation you need to continue the work.
Despite the fact that you hire a professional to complete an overall clean up of all the dust, debris and clutter, they will also have a particular list of areas to focus on. With every cleaning business there will be a specific approach taken when dealing with builder cleans, which is why you should discuss their plans before they begin work on your property. It’s important to have a general understanding and consensus regarding their checklist.
A Standard Builders Clean Checklist:
As mentioned above there will be variations on what each company will complete whilst on your property, and what’s on their checklist. Below is simply an idea of what you may find on their list of things to execute.
- Bathroom Walls, Toilets and Floors
- Mopping of Entire Floor Space
- Getting Rid of Rubbish Or Debris
- All Walls Dusted and Cleaned of All Dust
- High Pressure Cleaning (External Areas)
- Cleaning Any Accidental Paint Markings or Cement Spots
- Spot Cleaning
- Cleaning of All Skirting Boards, Door Frames, Fixtures etc
In most cases a cleaning company who offers builders clean-ups will have a method in which to personalise the checklist. A checklist will also be divided by rooms, making the job more organised and thorough. Most cleaning businesses understand the importance of providing flexibility, especially when building projects and renovations can be vastly different.
If you don’t want to tackle the job of cleaning after your major renovations or building efforts then choosing a professional to handle the job is quite common and easy.
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