The distinction between a builders clean and a domestic clean is significant. A builders clean is a deep clean that is performed at the conclusion of a project, while a domestic clean is a light clean that is performed on a residential property on a regular basis
The difference between a builders clean and a domestic clean is significant. A builders clean is a deep clean that is performed at the conclusion of a project, while a domestic clean is only a light cleaning that is performed on a regular basis in a residential house. Building is a filthy process, particularly if other professions like plasterers and painters haven’t utilised enough protection while they’ve been doing their work and haven’t cleaned up after themselves properly. After the process of constructing and decorating is complete, a clean is necessary to make the newly renovated property or property that was previously renovated presentable. Please visit this page to learn more about our after-builders cleaners.
If an after-clean builder’s is going to be successful, the site has to be free of any other tradespeople working there and devoid of any construction materials at all times. The first step is to clean up and get rid of all of the trash and garbage.
When necessary, the floors, particularly the tiles in damp places, should be cleaned and mopped. Floors that are exceptionally unclean should be scrubbed, cleaned, and polished using a scrubber dryer buffer machine. Additionally, carpets that are particularly discoloured or dirty should be treated and cleansed. In a perfect world, shoe coverings would have been worn while any minor snags were done or protection would have been maintained, but because this is not always the case, a more thorough cleaning of the flooring may be necessary on occasion.
It is necessary to clean all shelves and surfaces, including the interiors and exteriors of cupboards and cabinets, as well as sanitary ware, mirrors, and other items found in the kitchen, utility room, and bathroom. Dust remains suspended in the air for an extended period of time after construction is finished and will continue to redeposit itself for some time after the project is over. As a result, additional cleanings are often necessary before the final wipe over can be performed.
In addition, any high-level fixtures, such as light fittings, extractors, and so on, need to be washed down as part of a builders clean. It is quite unlikely that they will need a more thorough cleaning than just wiping them over, but it is important to keep in mind that dust is very easy to re-establish.
Windows and any other glazing should be cleaned using the conventional window washing procedure wherever it is possible, and then wiped clean to a sheen that is free of smears using a cloth made of microfiber material.
In addition, the soffits, fascias, and external gutters of newly constructed homes need to be cleaned, and the walkways and balconies should be swept.
We are fully compliant with ISSA, GBAC, and ISO 9001, 14001 & 45001 accreditation. We are also accredited members of the National Academy of Crime Scene cleaning (NACSC), and have several years of experience in cleaning contaminated commercial and public spaces. Our virus disinfection cleaning involves highly specialised techniques including ULV fogging technology and the use of ATP testing devices that are particularly suited to ambulances, police cars, and other emergency vehicles. We also have a highly qualified bio-hazard decontamination team that specialise in the cleanup of bio-hazards on industrial sites.
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Address: CICS (Specialised Cleaning) Limited, 20-22 Wenlock Road, London, England, N1 7GU
Phone: +44 0333-323-0006
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