What’s the difference between rough cleaning and final cleaning?
Rough cleaning is usually the first cleanup that is needed to prepare a site for the initial architect and fire marshal walk through post-construction. During this clean the majority of the trash, dust, dirt, mud and adhesive are removed from all surfaces including walls and floors.
Final cleaning is the last step before presenting the post-construction cleaning project to the owner of the facility. This includes top to bottom cleaning in this BriTen Cleaning Method order:
- Ceiling fixtures (lights & vents)
- Walls and wall fixtures
- Cabinets and countertops
- Patient or office equipment
Terminal cleaning is usually included if a construction project is for a medical facility where patient health is a concern. Risk to patients vary depending on underlying health concerns and locations of construction activities, such as intensive care units, dialysis, operating and emergency rooms.
BriTen Janitorial takes pride in being the “franchise alternative” when it comes to post-construction cleaning, professional cleaning and disinfecting service providers. Whenever you call BriTen Janitorial, you will speak to someone in-house that can provide you answers to your questions and service immediately. You will never run around working to get in touch with someone in charge. At BriTen Janitorial, we have someone taking your calls who will get the ball rolling on your professional cleaning and disinfecting project immediately.