End of lease cleaning and builders’ cleaning
What are end of lease cleaning and Builders’ cleaning? It is very important to talk about these. These are very deep cleaning work to uplift the cleanness of a commercial or residential property in one go.
What is the difference between the end of lease cleaning and builders cleaning?
Floor scrubbing, buffing and polishing
The floor scrubbing, buffing and polishing all are components of deep cleaning. A professional cleaning company needs to decide what cleaning procedures to be performed based on the nature of the environment.
We recently acquired a new client and we noted that there are lots of dust and stains as a result of the poor performance of the previous cleaners. We performed a very deep cleaning for one of their toilets. Below pictures demonstrate before and after how these toilets look like.
Cleaning the walls
As part of the end of lease cleaning or builders’ cleaning, wall cleaning is also performed. The walls are also important to clran since the built dust could create occupational health issues for the people. The cleaning detergents such as sugar soap is used to wash the walls in deep cleanings.
We performed a detailed wall cleaning for the client that we just mentioned above. The below images indicate an example of before and after of the tidiness of the walls.
Other tasks of Builder’s cleaning and end of lease cleaning
- Removing paints, silicon, plasters and cements spotless from floors, windows, frames and where necessary
- Kitchen and appliance cleaned and polished
- Bathroom walls, floors and toilets cleaned
- Window cleaning – internal and external
- Floor mopping and interior and common areas
- Cleaning of rails balustrades external and internal
- Rubbish removal from warehouse and offices
- Cleaning all common area such as corridors and car parks
- External pathways and high pressure cleaning
- Dust and wipe all “EXIT” sign boards
- Dust and wipe all skirting and frames