It really depends on your area.
Rough cleaning is usually a good solid wipe down of surfaces,kitchens,baths,cabinets in and out,broom sweep all flooring.As the carpets and tile may or may not be installed yet.
Final-more details repeat of the areas in the rough clean but include the window cleaning and the final clean on the floors.
To stay safe-type up a scope of work(what you are pricing out)
Type up the quote and separate the rough from the final.Each one lists what you plan to do at each stage.
Where you have to be careful is-the contractors wants one big final clean.The house is backfilled with sand and leftover trash and parts and pieces from the sloppy trades.
List what you will do-as in.
1 (one) Final Clean
includes and list what you are including for the price.
As well,list what you are excluding-do you really want to make trips to the landfill to remove all the trash? if not you bettered say so.
Go slow and be careful that you do not make blanket statements
For example- clean all windows
How about-clean windows to remove dirt and light debris.
You have to think about things like what if the painter solidly sprays the windows and door handles and hinges?
Are you including that in your price?
What if the tile contractor leaves so much grout on the face of the tile that you cannot get it off?
Watch your wording
try this-clean tile to remove dirt.Excessive grout to be removed by tile contractor.