ICT Post Construction Cleaning LLC. is a locally owned company in Wichita KS, that's where the "ICT" comes from, however we do travel out of our zone to do bigger construction build sites that are ready and have a "turnover date" we will get the job done with 100 % Guaranteed! We are "LICENSED AND INSURED." COMPETITIVE RATES!!
Dust removal and vacuuming of all surfaces.
Cleaning of the insides of desks, closets and kitchen cabinets.
Clean window frames and vacuum dust and clean frame doors.
Remove any paint, mud or debris from hinges.
Floor cleaning wet mop or vacuuming waxing and buffing if needed.
Cleaning window seals and window frames removing debris.
Window and glass cleaning including scraping and etching removal.
Removal of any windows and appliance stickers.
Clean all windows and mirror smudges.
Wipe down any smudges on walls.
Remove disposal of all trash.
Remove and dispose of any film protective plastic.
Site clean-up includes coming in behind different subcontractors to clean up their messes and prepping the area for the next subcontractor. For example, once the flooring contractors complete their work, clean-up workers get the property ready for the painters, cabinetry workers or whichever subcontractor is coming in next. Cleaning up on site includes properly disposing of any debris and trash. Often, the clean-up worker will do a walk-through with the contractor to get an idea of exactly what the contractor expects and to receive any special clean-up instructions. The clean-up worker’s supervisor, or the worker himself, if he is an independent contractor, often follows up with the contractor to confirm that the clean-up job met expectations.
Part of site clean-up may include cleaning the actual home, office or structure the contractors built so that it is ready for the new occupants to move into. Clean-up workers wipe down ceiling fixtures, fans, lights, mechanical registers, walls, cabinets, windows, sills, mirrors, baseboards, counters, appliances and other fixtures. They also sweep and mop floors and outdoor sidewalks and patio spaces. The clean-up worker must take care to only use products suited for the type of material he is cleaning. For example, workers cannot use harsh chemicals or cleaners when dealing with delicate materials such as granite, marble or quartz.
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