Leave Your Construction Mess Up to a Professional Cleaner


Perhaps your office has recently undergone renovations, you’ve expanded your operations to more floors within your building, or you’ve had a whole new building built and you’re left with a post-construction cleanup. The contractor you hired could handle it, but they’re doubtlessly busy and on their way to their next project. Why not hire a professional post-construction cleaner?

A professional cleaning of a construction site after the project wraps up will take care of any dust, debris, and anything else that may be left behind. However, the contractors you hired may not have the necessary equipment for a post-construction cleaning. Construction projects in Toronto are springing up seemingly overnight and this has created a highly competitive—and affordable—market for professional cleaning companies.

If you hire a professional for construction site cleanup following a renovation project, it has many advantages.

Professional Equipment
A post-construction cleaner will use equipment that a contractor may not have at their disposal, such as powerful vacuums, heavy-duty brooms and mops, and high-quality cleaning materials. When researching cleaning companies, be sure to find out if they use eco-conscious chemicals to thoroughly clean every inch of your office, commercial space, or building, from glass to fixtures to even the walls. Dust from construction can also contain allergens and possibly toxic materials, making cleaning following a construction or renovation project even more necessary.

Professional Cleaners Catch What Others Might Not
If performing construction site cleanup yourself, you might miss dust and debris, which you’ll be stuck cleaning for months as a result. A professional cleaner knows what to look for when it comes to tidying up following construction or renovations.

Professional Cleaners Get the Job Done Quickly
You want minimal disruption to your business following the completion of a project. A professional cleaning company will aim to complete their work in one day or less: this includes cleaning shelves, drawers, and any furniture with dust or debris on it. The kitchen is one of the most important areas in an office, which is why a cleaner will concentrate on it following construction or renovations.

They Know What They are Doing
If you hire a professional cleaner, they will have experience with this type of project. In contrast, getting your employees or renovation/construction contractors to handle it will mean cutting corners and may just end up costing you extra. Your employees may not know about the specialized cleaning process following a construction or reno project, but the professionals do, so hire the proper people.

Let Someone Else Handle It
As a business owner, you have enough on your plate with day-to-day tasks and other situations, so you don’t want to add cleaning up to your “to-do” list, nor do your employees. If you hire a professional post-construction cleaner, this will let you focus on more important tasks.

Additionally, if your office or commercial space is overdue for a cleaning, hiring a professional cleaner after a construction or renovation project will also give you the chance to have your carpets, windows, and restrooms cleaned as well.

Clean-Slate Janitorial Services offers professional post-construction cleaning in Toronto and the surrounding regions. Whether it’s a small renovation or a major construction project, call us for post-construction cleaning in Vaughan, York Region, and the rest of the GTA!

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Sam Panousis

Born and raised in Toronto, Canada. Started my cleaning career in 1995. After spending years as a general cleaner I began to learn other cleaning skills such as window cleaning, carpet cleaning and floor (stripping and waxing) cleaning. In 2003 managed and supervised for a large janitorial company. With all the years of experience behind me I decided to start my own janitorial company in 2008 and that was when Clean-Slate Janitorial was created. Add me to your G+ Profile