Construction sites are filthy, that’s no secret. Not many people associate dirty rooms with danger, but construction sites are the exception. Cleaning a construction site regularly and thoroughly can mean the difference between a worker having a slip and fall or not. Dust, particles, debris and trash can clutter up the workspace that construction workers use, and can hinder their ability to get the job done. In a way, cleaning a construction site is just as important as nailing up the next board. Think about that the next time you begin a construction project, and let us remind you of how nice it is to be able to work straight through a project without having to stop to tidy up.
Heavy Duty Cleaning
Construction cleaning is not for the faint of heart. The materials that are used in construction can be very difficult to clean and keep clean. Cement being a key example of that. If cement gets a chance to dry, you’re going to have a heck of a time getting that area clean. Minneapolis Commercial Cleaner’s crews are veterans to construction site cleaning and will not shy away from even the most insidious cleaning tasks. Take for example cleaning up shingles from a redone roof, all the while walking among the myriad discarded roofing nails and broken plywood boards. For our specialists, it’s just another day at the office.
When cleaning can mean the difference between meeting a construction deadline or not, being late is a very bad thing. Sometimes construction projects are halted while our cleaning professionals come in and do their job. That’s how serious construction site cleaning can be. Some people take our job for granted, but we at Minneapolis Commercial Cleaners know exactly how critical it is. That’s why we always strive to be early, or on-time at the very latest. You’ve probably heard the old adage, the early bird gets the worm. Well, in this case, the early bird gets the job done right.
Knowing how to clean various surfaces is key, especially when dealing with construction sites and all of the different material types that exist out there. You can’t use the same cleaning solution on wood that you do on metal, and the same goes for plastics and glass. This type of knowledge isn’t taught in a college classroom. Our cleaners are trained by our most veteran crew members and our expertise keep cycling down through our ranks to even our newest cleaners.
We’ve mentioned how our staff does cross-training to keep each member sharp and always learning new cleaning techniques. We firmly believe that if you hire a great worker, they can learn or be taught everything they need to succeed. That’s why we vet our new hires with a rigorous trial, and we only keep the most ambitious of the lot. It’s because of this technique that we can claim to have the most elite and skilled cleaning crews in all of Minneapolis and possibly, the nation!
Contact us today for a free estimate for our construction cleaning services: (612) 712-5562.