My Renovation is Done. Now, what Should I do About the Mess?
SERVPRO Gives Post Construction Cleaning Tips for Lake Worth Residents
From strip malls to office buildings, from restaurants to schools, and from hospitals to retail stores, properly cleaning commercial in Lake Worth property is vital.
After completing a renovation or construction on a commercial property, quite a bit of dust, debris, and general mess typically follow. It is imperative to conduct several cleaning practices to ensure the property is ready for customers to walk through the door. Things like remodeling a retail space, upgrading the lobby of a hotel, or renovating a restaurant kitchen require a multitude of materials and equipment. This material and equipment create a serious mess that will require a deep, maybe even professional cleaning.
When the contractors and construction workers leave the site, they often neglect to clean up after themselves. Upon construction completion, it is smart to have a basic understanding of what to look for when cleaning a commercial property. After finishing the job and seeing the dust settles, keep the following cleaning tips in mind
- Be sure to clean all of the lighting fixtures
- Spot treat carpet
- Vacuum all flooring
- Dust air diffusers
- Damp-mop and buff wood flooring – waxing may be required as well
- Retouch baseboards
- Thoroughly wipe down the windows, mirrors, and any interior glass throughout the property
- Clean all restroom fixtures
- When necessary, do a deep carpet cleaning
- Check in areas like closets and cabinets to remove any dust
- Sweep exterior walkways
- Polish light switches, doorknobs, and window frames
From strip malls to office buildings, from restaurants to schools, and from hospitals to retail stores, the ability to properly clean a commercial property after construction is imperative. At SERVPRO of Lake Worth, our team of commercial cleaning and restoration professionals has years of experience in the post-construction cleanup. Contact us today to learn more! (561) 588-9777
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