Let’s face it, construction jobs take time and knowledge. Many times the job gets pushed back because the plumber was late or the cabinets didn’t make it on time. Specially here in our little Flathead Valley, supplies are hard to get on time and vendors get pushed back. Shipping to Kalispell Montana can be a nightmare. Our little home town has enough struggles let alone trying to complete a project for your client on time and on budget.
We have come in to many local jobs knowing full well the owner wanted to enter VERY soon and we were there to deliver. Wouldn’t it be nice to know that you can expect us to be on time and quick at the finished product? We have the proper Ins,background and equipment to handle just about any job. We have impressed many contractors with our work, speed and delivery.
Call today and let’s get a walk through of your project set up.
Construction Cleaning 101; What Every GC Should Know About Construction Cleaning
The difference between rough and final cleaning is simple. The goal of rough cleaning is to control dust and keep the site free from excessive debris where as final cleaning makes a new building move-in ready and prepared for the customer’s janitorial services team to take over.
While the scope of rough cleaning services is limited it dramatically reduces the time to complete final cleaning and can help reduce construction cleaning costs. It can also make sure the final project is looking it’s best and the delivery to the client is sure to please.
It’s our business to make your’s look good.
Scheduling final cleaning
So, it is time for final cleaning…or is it? Final cleaning should begin AFTER the architects punch list is completed. You should be soliciting proposals for final cleaning several weeks in advance. Final cleaning contractors will frequently ask to walk the site with you to gauge the size and scope of the project. The more you cooperate with final cleaning estimators the more accurate your pricing & scope will be. Spending a few extra minutes may save hours in dealing with change order hassles.
Call now and get a free walk through consultation. 406.260.5761
Selecting the right contractor
While our work isn’t the most technical it is important that general contractors review the qualifications of final cleaning contractors as thoroughly as they would plumbers or skilled trades. We know it is difficult to find local vendors that are reliable, on time and have the skills to back it up.
We have substantial references as well as on the job site experience.
All from right here in the Flathead Valley,
(Kalispell, Bigfork, Whitefish, Columbia Falls, KIla)
Insurance & Bonding Capacity
Unfortunately the facility services industry is filled with fly-by-night contractors that operate without proper insurance. Look particularly hard at contractors that submit bids that are far below the market.
We are licensed and insured for your projects protection and our team has workmans comp for theirs. Expect nothing less.
Training & Supervision
Know who is going to be on your site. Many final cleaning contractors use janitorial service employees to staff construction jobs. While these men & women may pay close attention to detail they seldom have training specific to construction site safety.
Our team is highly experienced and trained for on the job site safety.
In theory anyone can clean, however AIA billing and Certified Payroll Reports require special expertise not all cleaning contractors have. Make sure the experience of your front-runner goes beyond getting the job done and includes solid follow-through by professional administrative personnel
And why we have a Book keeper. Lol
Any cleaning contractor can get rave reviews on small retail jobs and private residences but working on a large, multi-phased project requires advanced planning, exceptional communication and a large and easily mobilized workforce to respond to rapid scheduling changes.
When your deadline looms closer it becomes increasingly important that you trust a contractor with a reputation for success on projects similar in size and scope to your own.
We have extensive experience on both large and smaller projects and are ready to make your project look great! 406.260.5761
Carefully Compare Scopes
Many contractors submit low bids by cutting the services you’ll receive. To ease the decision making process consider using a standard scope of work on which all contractors must bid.
As a fully insured, licensed, equipped, staffed and proven contractor the price is accordingly different than those that are not. Adding to that – Our team is background checked and then trained to handle your project with the appropriate care you deserve.
Let our proven team make your project shine.