After a home project or renovation has been completed, there is likely a large number of building materials, debris, and dust buildup that have resonated as a result. Post construction cleaning should always be handled by professionals to avoid contact with hazardous materials. While most contractors will clean their workspace once they’ve finished, the buildup of dust, sand, and other building supplies can be too much for your broom and dustpan to handle alone.
If your upholstery was not covered or protected during a project, it’s likely succumbed to inevitable dust and debris buildup from the construction project. While you can vacuum the surface of it to reduce the feel of dust, you likely won’t be able to penetrate its fibers enough to remove it completely. Many upholstery items that are affected by construction debris include curtains, sofas, chairs, and mattresses. Using our strong and specialized upholstery cleaning machines, we’re able to tackle the dirt deep into the fibers and pores of the upholstery and extract any small particles of dust that are lingering and can induce allergies, spread germs, or cause discoloration.
If your upholstery was covered and adequately protected, your other surfaces around the house may need some extra attention. We help cleaning hard surfaces that have accumulated dust as a result of a construction project, or have come into contact with the working space. Such surfaces can include appliances, countertops, sinks, showers, cabinets, drawers, and furniture. Using our dusters, fiber cloths, and professional cleaning products, we’ll help to remove any dust, dirt, and hardened buildup on these surfaces that have been left behind.
With construction going on in the house, you may forget that such dust particles are also suctioned into the ventilation system and can leave your vents covered in excessive buildup. Since vents in your home tend to recirculate the existing air, it is important that dust particles are not mixed into the clean air and recirculated. This could lead to allergies and illness amongst your family in the home. We use vacuuming and dusting techniques that are tailored to cleaning ventilation systems in the home, regardless of their size. We want to keep the filtration of clean air a standard in your home, even after a construction project.
Hazardous Waste Removal
Have the contractors left accidently left something behind, or is there an excessive amount of debris buildup that you aren’t sure how to get rid of on your own? Don’t worry – we’ve been working to remove hazardous waste from post construction sites for years. While the hazardous waste doesn’t necessarily need to always include harsh chemicals or building materials, it can still include residue from projects such as glue, wood dust, grout chips, sand, and much more. These items have the potential to become hazardous to children and pets if they are left on the ground or within reach of both, as ingesting such products can lead to serious health problems.