All across the state of Delaware, homeowners are making the same critical mistake. Whether you are building a new home from the ground-up or adding on to an existing home, just about everyone thinks about the before and the during only -- and that creates a pretty big problem. Before committing to any large construction project, remodeling project, or addition, know that you can always expect a great deal of cleanup after.
First Things First: There Will Be Dust And Lots Of It
According to ThisOldHouse.com, "Dust can damage furniture and rugs and ruin the finish on a hardwood floor." Unfortunately, that's not all it can do. It can also cling to clothes and other household items, making a mess of your car or even giving you a dirty, disheveled look at work. Large amounts of dust from construction and remodeling can also aggravate allergies and possibly endanger your health or the health of family members and pets. As such, it is wise to prepare carefully and thoroughly. Take steps to contain dust to the room or rooms involved in the construction, cover floors and furnishings, and look into air filtration systems if you expect an especially large amount of dust (i.e., if you'll be tearing down walls, working with drywall, or sandblasting).
What Can You Do?
Now, those suggestions are great advice if you looked into them before construction, or if all of your containment and prevention efforts went as planned. What can you do if, for whatever reason, there is a lot of dust left behind? Commercial cleaning services in Delaware, including post construction clean up in Delaware homes, are a great option. The 50,998 professional cleaning services in the U.S. (and the industry grows by 11% every year) have heavy duty vacuums and a vast array of cleaning products to remove every speck of dust -- and to do so in a safe and environmentally friendly manner as well.
Don't forget about the most important part of any construction project: the clean up. If you have a lot of dust and a big mess on your hands, call in the professionals for post construction clean up in Delaware.