Job sites require sweeping for multiple purposes including removal of construction materials, dust, dirt, and chemicals that may have been used during the building process. Construction sweeping should be considered at the time the project is being designed and estimated. Leaving hazardous chemicals and debris behind can amount to liability for you as a contractor or building owner. The process includes sweeping away and collecting items that can puncture tires or injure people. Additionally, deep sweeping and waterless treatment can be applied to remove harsh chemicals and substances lifting them away from concrete or asphalt surfaces.
As with residential sweeping services, commercial services include removing all debris from the job site. This service should be considered when you build a house, commercial and industrial building, parking structures and most any large-scale project. Clean-up services can be estimated on a per project basis depending on the scope when working with a professional construction sweeping contractor.