Clean-up After Home Renovation

by Steamatic Canada Inc


Whatever kind of structural disaster you are suffering from, Steamatic has the professional services to help you clean-up after demolition, renovation, and reconstruction. During the clean-up process you should collect and remove waste on a regular basis.


Cleaning up after a renovation, demolition, or reconstruction is sometimes more difficult than the project itself. Here are some steps you can take in cleaning up after renovation, on your own:

Scrape off the trouble areas. One of the main reasons that debris keeps appearing is because it was not cleaned up properly in the first place. You should take a scraper or blade and cut off anything that could eventually end up on the floor. It is important before starting the cleanup process that you make sure all the surfaces are smooth and have no edges.

Wipe down the walls

What most people don’t know is that they must wipe down the walls before they begin to vacuum. If you use cleaning chemicals, use ones that are not very strong. This way your renovated wall will not get ruined. A damp cloth is enough to wipe the walls down.

Vacuum the area

When the dust from the walls has settled, it is time to vacuum the floors. The vacuum is able to remove most of the dust that has fallen on the carpet or floor. It is a good idea to take the vacuum hose out and run it against the walls and ceilings in order to catch any of the other dust that may be still existent in your home.

Prompt cleanup of garbage and construction waste keeps the site from becoming a health and safety hazard.

If you choose Steamatic’s services you will be provided with:

  • Electricians
  • Plumbers
  • Carpenters
  • Roofers
  • Heating specialists
  • Craftsmen and more!

At Steamatic we have years of experience taking care of structures following renovation. When your home or business is finished being renovated, our clean up services can really be an asset to your needs. Call us today at 1 888 767 7616 or visit us online to book an appointment now.

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