Cleaning Up Your Office Renovation

Cleaning Up Your Office RenovationOffice renovation has to happen at one time or another, particularly if you want your business to be a success, projecting that professional image and solidifying your brand. You may be expanding your space, taking down walls and joining spaces, putting up walls and creating private spaces, or simply giving your office a much needed move into the 21st century. On the other hand, you may be moving your company to a new location, one that needs to be brought up to your organization’s standards before you can settle into the space. Whichever is the case for you and your business, there is going to be a mess involved whether you hire someone to do the work or go the do-it-yourself (DIY) route, and that is where the team at Tidy Team Cleaning Services can help. Once the renovation is complete, it has to be clean and spotless and ready to receive your furnishings, equipment, employees, and clients. Here’s how to get the job done!

What You Can Do

If you are remodeling your current space, understand there will be a mess. The issue at hand is how can business go on in the midst of it? Knowing it will get messy and dirty, move out as much as you can – furniture, electronics, computers, pictures, etc. The items that must be left behind to run your business during the renovation will need to be covered when not in use to keep them as clean as possible. If you can, keep the working spaces wiped down each day, which will save time when the final cleaning occurs. When moving to a new space, this doesn’t apply unless you are moving in before the renovation happens.

The Big Finish – Cleaning Up Your Office Renovation

As the finishing touches are done on your remodel, prepare for the big clean up. This means contacting your local, professional trusted cleaning service or planning for a massive DIY cleaning project. Here’s what the project entails:

  • Removing all the debris
  • Cleaning air ducts, replacing filters
  • Shop Vac walls, floors, ceilings, fixtures
  • Wipe down walls, ceilings, windows, fixtures
  • Remove dust from all furniture (upholstered furniture will need extra care) and lighting
  • Clean handles, hinges, baseboards, wood, doors, with the appropriate cleaner
  • Sweep and mop floors
  • Clean carpets
  • Check your air ducts and filters once more when all the cleaning is done.

Given that you’ll need special equipment (cleaners, mops, shop vac, vacuums, dusters, brooms, etc.) you will likely find that hiring a professional cleaning service like Tidy Team is the most economical route, saving you both time and money.

In this case, a professional cleaning service will get the job done expertly, so you can focus on getting your business back to 100 percent production following your renovation. Expert cleaners will ensure all of the above are completed, plus:

  • Check walls, windows, and other surfaces for construction tape, painter’s tape, and adhesive residue, removing them effectively without damaging newly remodeled surfaces.
  • Clean windows expertly, making them shine.
  • Disinfect countertops, sinks, toilets, and all surfaces.

With your trusted professional cleaners on the job, all you will need to do is get everything read for your grand re-opening and make a great new impression on your clients!