Extension hour at $30 per hour per cleaner (Subject to cleaner availability)
Client needs to provide cleaning materials & equipment
Basic cleaning kit is available at $80 per set
Vacuum / Ladder at $30 charge if required
Scope of work:
Clean all rooms and bathrooms
Sweep/vacuum and mop the floors
Clean kitchen and stove area
Clean windows and grilles
Empty the Trash
So, your home renovation project has been completed, and you can't wait to enjoy your new space and all that it has to offer. As exciting as this sounds, there's just one thing you have to tackle before you can do that, and that's post-renovation cleaning.
Post-renovation cleaning will do away with all the mess and debris created by all the construction and renovation that went on, getting your new home ready for you and your family in all its pristine glory.
The best thing you can do is hire professional cleaners because post-renovation cleaning is no joke. It can be pretty hefty because even if it doesn’t look like it, you likely have dust particles and debris of all kinds in every nook and corner of your house. These dust particles find a way to sneak into corners and layers, making not only your house but the very air you breathe dirty.
Here are some of the cleaning that must get done in every post-renovation cleaning:
Sweeping, vacuuming and wiping
Any renovation project will result in plenty of dust, and it’s very easy for the dust to settle and build up on your floor and furniture. If not cleaned properly, this can make your new house look old and dusty, and can even cause itchiness and allergies. Your post-renovation cleaning crew will clean all these areas thoroughly, vacuuming every surface and corner so that your floor is dust-free and your furniture is wiped sparkling clean.
Wiping and disinfecting hard surfaces
Any kind of hard surfaces in your home could easily collect dust and dirt. Whether it is your floor, your walls, ceilings, countertops, tables, etc., you need to ensure that your post-renovation cleaning crew thoroughly wipes down all these surfaces and disinfects them. It is important to know when to dry dust using a clean, dry cloth and when to use a cleaning agent so that you won’t damage the surfaces. As professionals, your cleaning crew will know when to use which.
Cleaning your windows
No one wants dusty, grimy windows that can barely let any light in. After renovation and construction work, it is likely that your windows will get dirty easily, and if you leave these uncleaned, the dust and dirt will only build-up, allowing less light inside your home. Not only this, but it could also even damage the window itself. Remember to clean your windows, including the window frames and windowsills thoroughly.
Electronics, appliances and decorative items
Don't forget to clean your electronics, home appliances as well as decorative items in your homes. These may seem small, but dust settles on them easily, and when left uncleaned, your appliances and electronics may even get damaged.
Thorough cleaning of bathroom and kitchen
During any renovation, the bathroom and kitchen are the two areas in your house that can get dirty very easily. After the work is done and your new house is ready, the kitchen and bathroom must always be cleaned and wiped down thoroughly. Especially high-touch surfaces such as door handles, cabinet handles, faucets, etc. should be disinfected properly.