We've been called upon to provide a bid for a construction cleanup. It will include post, final and touch up services and afterwards recurring cleaning services 2-3 times a month.
This will be my first construction job on my own and honestly its been a minute since I've done one of these. Oh, and I have never done this big a job. Its a family ranch w/14 bedrooms, adjoing bathrooms for every 2 bdrms, 2 game rooms/bars, glass, glass & more glass
Solid real wood floors, tile in entry/bathrooms etc.....REALLLY NICE & REALLY BIG & I'm absolutely stoked about the opportunity! I'd almost spend the week there just cleaning it to see the finished results. I love cleaning though
Anyhow, I'm just looking for others that have experience with construction cleanup. So.....any advice you could share would be helpful, I'm sure! I do realize the detailed work ahead of me, I recall it very well but I'm a very detailed person and so its not a problem for me. I'm just wondering if there are new and improved ways of doing things on this side of the fence? For this specific type of job what is your PRIZE piece of equipment that you just couldn't do without?
I would love to hear the methods you've used for removing all the dust goodness and there's a LOT of dust
. I think this is going to be the area I struggle most in. Oh, and the PM told me she uses Bona for the solid REAL wood floors, these floors are not laminated planked etc they are the real deal, stained, sealed and finished and I want very much to see those beauties all nice and clean. Anyhow, I've never used Bona because some reviews I read said it leaves a haze. Opinions on that product? What do you use? Murphys oil? Simply water/vinegar light wash? What would you recommend to remove the dust and maintain this type of floor?
Anyhow, thanks a bunch