Construction Rough Cleaning in South Florida
Post-Construction Rough Cleaning
After construction has been completed, waste and debris may be found throughout the entire vicinity. Rough cleaning helps to get rid of the biggest obstacles after the construction project has been accomplished. However, this may be a very hazardous task for the average person to accomplish. A post-construction team can provide specialized services to remove and clear out the larger debris and help rid of dangerous hazards. This initial stage of cleaning most likely will require professional help, as the garbage left behind by builders demands the proper gear, plenty of effort, and time.
The team at Miami EXP Cleaning is here to help you with all of your construction cleanup needs, whether you are looking for a rough cleaning or the final touches at the end of your project. Regardless of your specific needs, contact us now to discuss your project and get a better understanding of how we can help you, as well as a quote for the work we will perform.
What is post-construction rough cleaning?
The Purpose of Rough Cleaning
Rough cleaning helps owners be relieved of the duties of dealing with chemicals, garbage, and other debris left after the construction site. Typically, construction workers remove most of their garbage, however they often leave behind nails, large chunks of drywall, and plywood. In worst cases, sharp objects and broken pieces of property are found. Because of this, it is better to hire a team with the proper equipment and experience that can protect the owner and all others from any health hazards from dealing with the wreckage themselves.
What happens in Post-Construction Cleaning
Once the rough cleaning begins, the entire interior of the building is swept through, where anything disposable is removed. This can include tools, leftover construction material, and larger debris that are carelessly left behind. These tasks require deep cleaning of each room, which can take up a lot of time. Checking the inside of closets and cabinets as well, where there may be loose nails or forgotten tools, will also be on the to-do list. Most of the work is placed on sweeping up trash rather than doing detailed cleaning. Wiping down surfaces is uncommon for this phase, as the removal of large debris is the primary focus. Typically, rough cleaning aims to clear out obstructions within the building interior. However, if there is massive debris that may have broken off and are openly exposed, these will be removed as well.
While cleanliness is the top priority for a rough cleaning job, safety is another aspect that is critical. Cleaners should be very detail-oriented when it comes to removing safety hazards, such as stray or partially exposed nails. Glass shards and broken wood pieces need to also be extracted from the area. The cleaning crew will be properly prepared, and have the equipment and protective gear to handle such issues. They will have an industrial vacuum, large heavy-duty brooms, as well as the right tools to rid of anything that is deemed unsafe.
Experience and Skills
A post-construction rough cleaning crew will have plenty of experience in dealing with the removal of debris. They also know what to look for, and may identify things others see as small nuances or problems others may have never noticed at all. They are trained to use the proper equipment and know the best approaches for clearing out heavier debris.