Post Construction Cleaning

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quality post construction CLEANing PROVIDES THE FINISHING TOUCH to your commercial facility

When your commercial construction is complete, look to ServiceMaster of Cape Breton to provide the final, thorough and detailed cleaning that’s needed after construction debris has been removed.

Post construction dust and dirt can be harmful to the health of the building’s occupants and it is quite often difficult to remove. Post construction cleaning requires specialized equipment, products and expertise to effectively remove the airborne dust particles and residue that settles everywhere after construction and renovation, including on furnishings, carpet, wall hangings, windows and fittings, sanitary fittings, walls, hard surfaces and tile floors.

With over 65 years of experience in post construction cleaning services, ServiceMaster has developed the most advanced products and methods to make your commercial property shine. Our staff is dedicated to going above and beyond cleaning service expectations, with resources readily available to do the job quickly and effectively. We will work as an extension of your staff to make your building look its best after construction or renovation.

In addition to the basic cleaning services, we also offer specialty cleaning services such as window cleaning, floor finishing and deep carpet cleaning.

Once you have completed your construction or renovation, ServiceMaster of Cape Breton is the ideal post construction cleaning service, as well as your ideal partner for ongoing commercial cleaning services.

 

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POST-CONSTRUCTION CLEANUP TASKS INCLUDE:

  • Dusting air diffusers
  • Cleaning lights
  • Damp cleaning restroom fixtures
  • Spot cleaning walls
  • Spot cleaning interior glass
  • Vacuuming and spot treating carpets
  • Damp mopping hard-surface floors

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