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AFTER BUILD CLEANS

After having building work completed in your home or workplace, the last thing you want to do is clean up the mess left behind. Traces of dust and debris are left behind, and it's hard to enjoy the full effect of the renovation until the mess is cleared.

We can offer an after builders cleaning service to meet your needs. The service is flexible and can tend to a minor amount of building dust or a major clean up operation.

Our professional cleaning team can take care of any mess left behind after building work so you can sit back and enjoy the results of your building renovation. We also offer a cleaning service for recently completed new build properties so they are ready for viewing.

Whether your property needs a quick clear up or a full deep clean after building work, we can ensure your premises are shining from top to bottom.

Our after builders cleaning service includes:

  • Removing rubbish left behind by builders
  • Removing dirt and building dust
  • Professionally cleaning all floors and carpets
  • Professional window sill, window frame and window cleaning
  • Cleaning skirting boards, doors, door frames, fixtures, switches and sockets
  • Cleaning walls and ceilings
  • Deep cleaning kitchen, bedroom, living room, common areas
  • Cleaning furniture and cupboards both inside and out
  • De-scaling any bathroom or kitchen tiles, polishing all surfaces
  • Cleaning toilets and sinks
  • Removal of paint spots

TESTIMONIAL

Abacus

ISO Cleaning Services are a pleasure to work with, their staff are polite and very helpful to work with whilst offering a professional and quality service which we would recommend to anyone.

Sophie
For Abacus Build (UK) Ltd

Builder Cleans

Risk Assessment and method statement

Before we commence a job we will carry out the risk assessment which identifies safety control measures that form the basis of a safe system of work. The 4 steps we stake in account are.

  • Step 1: Identify hazards, i.e. anything that may cause harm....
  • Step 2: Decide who may be harmed, and how....
  • Step 3: Assess the risks and take action....
  • Step 4: Make a record of the findings.

Then the Method statement is a written record of that safe system of work for a specific activity developed from the relevant risk assessments.

The document will be sent/handed to you for your records as requested.