Texas Best has a division committed to post construction cleaning from rough to final that is supported by a dedicated team. This includes sales, operations, estimating, safety, and customer service. Our fully trained construction cleaning personnel have the expertise and skills to handle any work scope. No job is too difficult.
We have an excellent track record as well as the infrastructure, manpower and methods to guarantee that your project is finished within your time frame and according to current safety requirements.
Our construction cleaning services include:
Rough cleaning is performed before incoming subcontractors come in to do their work such as: painters and installers of flooring, fixtures and cabinets. Services include:
- Eliminate small debris and trash
- Remove stickers from windows
- Sweep and damp mop floors
- Damp mop vertical/horizontal surfaces to remove as much dust as possible.
Final cleaning is done once the construction process is entirely complete, prior to final walk-through and receiving the Certificate of Occupancy. Our final construction cleaning services include:
- Dust all vertical and horizontal surfaces top to bottom
- Vacuum or sweep/damp mop all floors
- Clean the insides of desks and file cabinets.
- Sanitize kitchens and bathrooms to make them ready for use.
- Polish stainless steel
- Clean window sills and window frames
- Wash all glass
Touch-Up cleaning is not required for all projects. Typically it is done after a final cleaning because there has been a delay in the occupancy of the building or to touch up after a revisit of a returning contractor.
Window Cleaning Tip
Post construction window cleaning involves some of the most challenging tasks a window cleaner can perform. Builders do make an attempt to protect windows during construction, but there is not much they can do about dealing with construction debris, such as plaster, paint, texture, concrete, tape, stickers and everything else that comes into contact with the window glass and frames. It takes special skills and training to remove construction debris from glass. Knowing how to properly scrape and what specialized solvents and soaps to use is critical to having clean new windows. Being very careful not to damage or scratch the glass is key to successful construction site window cleaning. This can be a challenge for the inexperienced if you have tempered or heat-strengthened safety glass. Small particles will cause fine scratches on the surface if standard construction window cleaning procedures are employed.
While it may be possible to locate fabricating debris on some heat-treated glass, our window cleaners do not accept responsibility for identifying fabricating debris or its’ absence. For this reason, our Texas Best Window Cleaners may require a liability waiver, signed by the builder or homeowner, releasing the window cleaner from any liability for scratching on any tempered or heat-strengthened glass.