Post Construction Clean Up

 Commercial cleanup, budget anywhere from $0.10 to $0.50 per square foot, depending on the type of cleaning.

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Post Construction Clean Up Cost.


The price of post-construction cleanup depends on many factors: the size of the building, the type of building, expertise, the cost of supplies, geographic location, the condition of the property and the level of detail required. Obviously, a light cleaning is less expensive than a deep cleaning.


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Item Qty Low High
Supplies 107 sq ft $6 $6
Effort - $0 $0
Labor - $0 $0
Equipment - $20 $45
Service Total - $26 $26
Area to be Cleaned 300 square feet


Cleaning Products Generic Brand


Labor Intensity 1


Effort Level I


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Final/Detail Clean Up

Final clean Up can be slightly more expensive – up to $0.50 per square foot.

Window cleaning; typically costs an extra $3-$5 per window, per side. The price increases dramatically above the second floor. 

Three phases of post-construction cleanup

Rough interior cleanup prepares the building for its final finishings. Tasks include removing construction debris such as loose boards and scraps from the inside of the structure; sweeping the floors and prepping them for carpet or flooring; washing windows; and dusting.

Final interior cleanup is the detailed cleaning after construction wraps up. It involves vacuuming carpets, cleaning floors, wiping down all kitchen and bathroom surfaces, cleaning window sills, removing adhesive from doors, windows and appliances, and removing any lingering debris. Other tasks include removing dust from light fixtures, ceiling fans, duct work and vents.

Exterior construction cleanup involves removing all lumber, trash and debris from the property, washing exterior windows, and sweeping driveways and other paved surfaces.

Cost of Post-Construction Cleanup; The price of post-construction cleanup depends on many factors: the size of the building, the type of building, expertise, the cost of supplies, geographic location, the condition of the property and the level of detail required. Obviously, a light cleaning is less expensive than a deep cleaning.