Factory and warehouse relocations are a major event, and one of the many tasks required is the cleaning of the old and new premises.

First, let’s talk about the cleaning of the old premises. Obviously, your old premises will not be as clean as it was when you moved in some time ago. The concrete, tiles and vinyl floors may have accumulated grease, oil and dust, and have various scuff marks. In addition, carpets, windows, toilets and office facilities will not be the same as they were when you moved in. Therefore, it is very important to hand over your old factory or warehouse in good condition to your landlord. In this situation, you need a competent exit cleaning (sometimes called vacate cleaning or end of lease cleaning) team. We will take care of everything related to the exit cleaning of your factory or warehouse, regardless of the size of the property. We have a specialised, trained, professional team to manage this.

Our detailed exit cleaning list includes, but is not limited to, the following cleaning tasks:

  • High pressure cleaning
  • Carpet steam cleaning
  • High dusting
  • Power scrubbing
  • Acid washing and etching
  • Degreasing
  • Mechanical scrapping
  • Power sweeping
  • High-end window cleaning

All the areas of your factory or warehouse should be included in the exit cleaning plan, including toilets, offices, footpaths, floors, carpet areas etc.

Image – End of Leasing Cleaning – Carpet Cleaning

With entry cleaning, we have similar cleaning procedures. We have noticed that on many occasions the building owners perform the exit cleaning. However, if the factory or warehouse has been vacant for some time, dust, bird droppings etc. can build up again. For this reason, many companies do an entry cleaning close to the commencement of business operations.

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