Of all the services we provide, post-construction cleanup of home and building exteriors and interior and exterior windows is the least likely to be performed properly and safely by unskilled labor. Yet, more often than not, that is precisely who budget-strained general contractors and uninformed brand-new-home owners are hiring to perform this skilled and delicate operation. Many discover that the money they thought they could save ends up costing much more when mistakes need to be rectified, damage needs to be repaired and materials need to be replaced. It’s unfortunate, but a large portion of our post-construction cleanup work consists of fixing those very mistakes.
Hard cleaning on soft surfaces. This sounds like a contradiction in terms but that’s what it takes to be efficient and successful at construction cleanup. We can help you make sure your beautiful surfaces aren’t damaged in the post construction cleanup process.
With years of practical experience working on exterior building surfaces, we provide you with a team proven capable of ascertaining the best way to remove the nastiest of construction materials from your most delicate building surfaces. Such materials that if not removed properly will certainly damage your prized investment. Don’t be caught hiring the street corner “cleaner guy” to save a buck, when truthfully, you are risking your multi-thousand or million dollar investment. Who are you going to trust these investments to?
We’ve seen it time and again where a brand new beautiful building has costly damage due to an untrained contractor. For example, an increasingly common exterior surface, Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS), commonly known by the trade name Dryvit, as seen below is very easily damaged at any time during its lifespan. Once an overly aggressive pressure washer gets his hands on it, quite often the only options left for the builder are embarrassment at best, and replacement at worst.