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Old 08-05-2010, 11:54 PM   #1
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It takes a lot of time and effort to make a particular place ready to move-in once the construction is over. Disposal of residue of construction material, post-construction floor and walls cleaning, and cleaning of window frames and sills are some of the post construction cleaning services that you may require.
Post- construction floor cleaning

A lot of dirt, paint, and other construction materials stick to the surface of the floor and make it look shabby while the construction or renovation work is on. Most of the janitorial service providers in Canada provide construction cleaning services. These services include cleaning the stains on the floor, waxing and buffing of floors, and varnishing of floors. These service providers make sure that your floor looks great to your clients and employees when they move in.

Post-construction window cleaning

Construction material such as cement, mud, concrete, and minute stone pieces might get into the frames of sills of your window while renovation or construction of your building is going on. Your window mirrors might also get shabby due to stains of paint or dry cement and water spots. Construction cleaning companies have professionals who have expertise in post-construction or post-renovation window cleaning services. They make use of storm and water pressure cleaning together with other cleaning techniques to clean the windows properly.
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Old 04-20-2011, 01:05 PM   #2
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Is everybody making just advertising here and get backlinks through this website ? Can we have some decent talk ? Some moderation would be very good , since many people just post here to get back links , like the message above . No purpose , just creating topics . This forum will look ugly after a short while if you keep it going like that
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Old 04-25-2011, 12:55 PM   #3
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Is everybody making just advertising here and get backlinks through this website ? Can we have some decent talk ? Some moderation would be very good , since many people just post here to get back links , like the message above . No purpose , just creating topics . This forum will look ugly after a short while if you keep it going like that

I just joined this site and was thinking the same thing. I was bouncing around the forum and couldn't help but notice all the spam type posts. I mean everybody appreciates the backlinks that are generated from posting, but people should still try to post relevant content relating to a forum.

If you want to post an article, at least do so to generate feedback and criticism. The OP above doesn't offer any post construction cleaning tips for members of this forum.
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Old 02-22-2012, 03:57 AM   #4
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These are nice tips and will be useful for a person if he is going through cleaning of his house or office. No one wants that problem arises during his work so it will be better to use some safety tips so that you can ignore all mistakes and can stay tension free. You should hire a professional cleaning services to do cleaning job. because they have perfection and follow basic guidelines for showing their work better. As we know that home is priceless property for everyone and no one want to show any mistake so from the point of safety professionalism is necessary.


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Old 04-24-2012, 07:03 AM   #5
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Some of the Instructions for Post construction cleaning are: 1. Remove any trash, debris or leftover construction materials. 2.Vacuum every surface in the house to remove dust 3. Wipe down all surfaces, 4. Use an air purifier throughout the house 5.Clean all windows and remove any labels 6.Sweep and mop any hardwood or tile floors and use a carpet cleaner on any carpets.
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Old 04-25-2012, 08:04 AM   #6
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It takes a so many time and attempt to create an exacting put ready to draw near once the building is over. Disposal of remains of building material, post-construction floor and walls cleaning
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It may seem lazy, but i always use a house clearance company instead...
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Old 07-13-2012, 03:34 AM   #8
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Perfectly cleaned windows are a priority for a successful business. You will be a great asset to the contractor if you can do it all when you give him a bid. It simplifies his life and saves him time and money to not have to call in another specialist.
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:09 PM   #9
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Cleaning up post construction I must say my vacuum is my best friend. Vacuum everthing first.....and by everything I MEAN EVERYTHING. Baseboards, window wells and sill, inside of showers....ect.... the worst post construction battle is dust..... once it is wet it is that much harder to clean. Most people do opt for professional companies as construction and renovations can be a stressful enough process.

For tips and tricks please feel free to contact us for advise as every construction clean up has different needs!

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Old 10-16-2012, 12:31 AM   #10
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you are a contractor who is working in the construction field or a homeowner who has had work done on your home, you must take steps to clean up the mess
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Old 10-20-2012, 03:45 PM   #11
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That is a helpful tip, thank you!!
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Lot of time and effort need to make a particular place make ready to use after construction is over. Lots of waist materiel remain during working of construction. Cleaning agent must care of :

window cleaning
spots on floor
waxing and buffing of floors
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