Post-Construction Cleaning


Post Construction Cleaning is an important step in ensuring that the newly constructed space is safe and sanitary for its occupants. The process helps to eliminate any potential health hazards that could arise from leftover construction materials and chemicals. This cleaning service is available to help clean up after any renovation or remodeling projects. Deep construction clean services can also be used to get rid of any lingering odors, stains and other residues left behind by the previous build. By utilizing post-construction cleaning services, you can ensure that your newly built space is safe and ready for use as soon as possible.

Post-Construction Cleaning


Post Construction Cleaning is an important step in ensuring that the newly constructed space is safe and sanitary for its occupants. The process helps to eliminate any potential health hazards that could arise from leftover construction materials and chemicals. This cleaning service is available to help clean up after any renovation or remodeling projects. Deep construction clean services can also be used to get rid of any lingering odors, stains and other residues left behind by the previous build. By utilizing post-construction cleaning services, you can ensure that your newly built space is safe and ready for use as soon as possible.

Kitchen Checklist

o Long dust all high areas (check behind doors)

o Hand wipe fan blades and light fixtures

o Clean counters

o Wash cabinets, inside and out, and cabinet doors

o Wipe dust from tops of cabinet door hinges

o Wipe out drawers

o Clean stove-top

o Clean and polish oven hood; clean top,

o Wipe down tops, fronts, sides of appliances and remove stickers

o Clean and dry sink area

o Backsplash: wipe down and check with hand to make sure all dust was removed

o Dust and wipe down between appliances and walls

o Scrub and disinfect sink(s)

o Backsplash: wipe down; pay extra attention to the backsplash behind the stovetop

o Dust and wipe down between appliances and walls

o Check that stainless steel is oiled, dry and streak free

o Wash doors and door casings

o Spot clean walls, check from angle to make sure all dry wall dust is removed from the wall

o Clean switch plates and outlet covers

o Clean windowsills, window tracks

o Wash baseboards

o Wipe down both sides and underneath blinds and shutters with damp cloth

o Vacuum and mop floors; check corners of floors

o Remove all stickers from new appliances and any door thresholds

o Wipe construction dust off of walls.

POST CONSTRUCTION HAS A LOT OF FINE DUST THAT NEEDS TO BE WASHED WITH WATER NOT JUST DRY DUSTING. WIPE WITH A WET RAG

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Dry Rooms (Bedrooms, Offices, Living, Dining Etc.)

o Long dust all high areas (check behind doors)

o Hand wipe fan blades, chandeliers, and light fixtures

o Dust top to bottom

o Wash doors and door casings

o Clean glass on slider doors, inside and out

o Wipe down walls

o Clean switch plates and outlet covers

o Clean windowsills, window tracks

o Wash baseboards

o Wipe down both sides and underneath blinds and shutters with damp cloth

o Vacuum vent covers (check ceiling)

o Clean mirrors

o Vacuum along baseboards with edging attachment (If floor is carpeted)

o Mop hard floors; check corners for debris and buildup

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Laundry Room Checklist

o Dust top to bottom

o Wipe down counters

o Dust shelves

o Clean and disinfect sink, wipe dry

o Wash cabinets, inside and out, and cabinet doors

o Wipe dust from tops of cabinet door hinges

o Wipe out drawers

o Wash doors and door casings

o Clean switch plates and outlet covers

o Wipe down windowsills, window tracks

o Wash baseboards

o Wipe down washer and dryer; lift washer lid and clean under; dust in between washer and dryer

o Wipe down both sides and underneath blinds and shutters with damp cloth

o Vacuum and mop floor

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Bathroom Checklist

o Vacuum and clean ceiling fan vent cover

o Clean light fixtures

o Wipe down counters

o Wash cabinets, inside and out, and cabinet doors

o Wipe dust from tops of cabinet door hinges

o Wipe out drawers

o Clean and disinfect sink, wipe dry

o Polish faucet

o Clean mirrors, checking for streaks

o Dust shelves

o Scrub tub/shower (grout, walls, floor, shelves, door); wipe dry

o Polish faucet and fixtures in tub/shower

o Shine glass door

o Scrub and sanitize toilet, inside and out, including base and behind, and water hose

o Clean floor around toilet by hand

o Wash doors and door casings

o Clean switch plates and outlet covers

o Clean towel racks

o Wipe down toilet paper dispenser and fold toilet paper

o Wipe down both sides and underneath blinds and shutters with damp cloth

o Wipe down windowsills, window tracks, and inside of windows

o Remove all stickers from bathtubs, vanities and toilets)

o Wash baseboards

o Vacuum and mop floors

MOPPING A POST CONSTRUCTION FLOOR IS A 2 TO 3 STEP PROCESS. YOU NEED TO MAKE SURE YOU ARE CHANGING THE WATER OFTEN. IF THE WATER LOOKS MILKY THE WATER NEEDS TO BE CHANGED OR YOU WILL RE-SPREAD THE DUST ON THE FLOOR.

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Stairs/Staircase

o Wipe down handrails and ballasts/spindles

o Vacuum along baseboards with edging attachment

o Wash baseboards

o Clean switch plates and outlet covers

o Wipe down both sides and underneath blinds and shutters with damp cloth

o Wipe down windowsills, window tracks

o Spot clean walls

o Wipe down or vacuum stairs

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Before You leave

o Do a complete walkthrough of the house to make sure nothing was missed

o Be sure you have all your cleaning supplies

o Turn off all lights that should be turned off

o Turn off heat/air if you turned it on

o Close and lock all windows and doors

o Set alarm, if required

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Kitchen Checklist

o Long dust all high areas (check behind doors)

o Hand wipe fan blades and light fixtures

o Clean counters

o Wash cabinets, inside and out, and cabinet doors

o Wipe dust from tops of cabinet door hinges

o Wipe out drawers

o Clean stove-top

o Clean and polish oven hood; clean top,

o Wipe down tops, fronts, sides of appliances and remove stickers

o Clean and dry sink area

o Backsplash: wipe down and check with hand to make sure all dust was removed

o Dust and wipe down between appliances and walls

o Scrub and disinfect sink(s)

o Backsplash: wipe down; pay extra attention to the backsplash behind the stovetop

o Dust and wipe down between appliances and walls

o Check that stainless steel is oiled, dry and streak free

o Wash doors and door casings

o Spot clean walls, check from angle to make sure all dry wall dust is removed from the wall

o Clean switch plates and outlet covers

o Clean windowsills, window tracks

o Wash baseboards

o Wipe down both sides and underneath blinds and shutters with damp cloth

o Vacuum and mop floors; check corners of floors

o Remove all stickers from new appliances and any door thresholds

o Wipe construction dust off of walls.

POST CONSTRUCTION HAS A LOT OF FINE DUST THAT NEEDS TO BE WASHED WITH WATER NOT JUST DRY DUSTING. WIPE WITH A WET RAG

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Bathroom Checklist

o Vacuum and clean ceiling fan vent cover

o Clean light fixtures

o Wipe down counters

o Wash cabinets, inside and out, and cabinet doors

o Wipe dust from tops of cabinet door hinges

o Wipe out drawers

o Clean and disinfect sink, wipe dry

o Polish faucet

o Clean mirrors, checking for streaks

o Dust shelves

o Scrub tub/shower (grout, walls, floor, shelves, door); wipe dry

o Polish faucet and fixtures in tub/shower

o Shine glass door

o Scrub and sanitize toilet, inside and out, including base and behind, and water hose

o Clean floor around toilet by hand

o Wash doors and door casings

o Clean switch plates and outlet covers

o Clean towel racks

o Wipe down toilet paper dispenser and fold toilet paper

o Wipe down both sides and underneath blinds and shutters with damp cloth

o Wipe down windowsills, window tracks, and inside of windows

o Remove all stickers from bathtubs, vanities and toilets)

o Wash baseboards

o Vacuum and mop floors

MOPPING A POST CONSTRUCTION FLOOR IS A 2 TO 3 STEP PROCESS. YOU NEED TO MAKE SURE YOU ARE CHANGING THE WATER OFTEN. IF THE WATER LOOKS MILKY THE WATER NEEDS TO BE CHANGED OR YOU WILL RE-SPREAD THE DUST ON THE FLOOR.

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Dry Rooms (Bedrooms, Offices, Living, Dining Etc.)

o Long dust all high areas (check behind doors)

o Hand wipe fan blades, chandeliers, and light fixtures

o Dust top to bottom

o Wash doors and door casings

o Clean glass on slider doors, inside and out

o Wipe down walls

o Clean switch plates and outlet covers

o Clean windowsills, window tracks

o Wash baseboards

o Wipe down both sides and underneath blinds and shutters with damp cloth

o Vacuum vent covers (check ceiling)

o Clean mirrors

o Vacuum along baseboards with edging attachment (If floor is carpeted)

o Mop hard floors; check corners for debris and buildup

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Laundry Room Checklist

o Dust top to bottom

o Wipe down counters

o Dust shelves

o Clean and disinfect sink, wipe dry

o Wash cabinets, inside and out, and cabinet doors

o Wipe dust from tops of cabinet door hinges

o Wipe out drawers

o Wash doors and door casings

o Clean switch plates and outlet covers

o Wipe down windowsills, window tracks

o Wash baseboards

o Wipe down washer and dryer; lift washer lid and clean under; dust in between washer and dryer

o Wipe down both sides and underneath blinds and shutters with damp cloth

o Vacuum and mop floor

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Stairs/Staircase

o Wipe down handrails and ballasts/spindles

o Vacuum along baseboards with edging attachment

o Wash baseboards

o Clean switch plates and outlet covers

o Wipe down both sides and underneath blinds and shutters with damp cloth

o Wipe down windowsills, window tracks

o Spot clean walls

o Wipe down or vacuum stairs

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Before You leave

o Do a complete walkthrough of the house to make sure nothing was missed

o Be sure you have all your cleaning supplies

o Turn off all lights that should be turned off

o Turn off heat/air if you turned it on

o Close and lock all windows and doors

o Set alarm, if required

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