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"We'll try to get over to your building sometime next week."


Those aren't the words you want to hear when you call to schedule construction cleaning services, right?


Just as with any other aspect of your construction project, final cleaning is a massive effort, and you need to be able to rely on your "guy" to get it done when you need it done. You also need to know the make-ready will be completed on schedule, with the proper equipment and without the use of toxic chemicals that might create another set of problems.


Anything less just doesn't cut it.

What to Look For in a Cleaning Company

  1. Ability to schedule and stick to that schedule, but also the abliity to respond to your needs in an emergency.

  2. A full range of specialized cleaning tools, and proper safety equipment.

  3. Strict use of green cleaning practices and non-toxic materials to protect health, property, and the environment.

From Homes to Hospitals

Whether your job is a home addition or a hospital laboratory, having proper equipment for the job is an absolute necessity. Professional cleaning companies have the ability to haul off remaining debris and have powerful vacuums, power washers, and air cleaning devices. Safety equipment is just as important as the tools to do the actual work. Personal safety is the prime concern, but protecting job site surfaces and surroundings are equal considerations. Fines and penalties for non-compliance and environmental pollution are increasingly more stringent. That's not the way to complete a project successfully.


We realize that every project is unique, and our professional schedulers and cleaning technicians take care to match equipment to your needs and to tailor our response to ensure your satisfaction. At Marathon Services, we have profound experience with disaster clean up and restoration. We are able to focus on specialized needs including overall air quality, duct cleaning, and mold identification and remediation. In the Mid-Atlantic area, we are without an equal in our ability to respond quickly and completely to your needs; with 24/7 service, we are on hand whenever the need might arise.

Clean — and Safe

We are proud of our history of customer satisfaction and are committed to best practices on every job we undertake. We strive for surface cleaning, but we also have the equipment and the green products that allow us to help buildings achieve Gold LEED certifications. We have an impressive record of working in specialized labs and environmentally sensitive areas, on military bases, and at Class-A office buildings.


We also have an impeccable safety record, with zero incidents in more than 15 years. We have specialized equipment from generators and air-purifiers to powerful pressure washers and masonry cleaning tools. If our team becomes "your guy" for construction cleaning services, we'll do it right.

 

Construction Cleaning Services: 3 Signs Your “Guy” is Not Cutting It  


"We'll try to get over to your building sometime next week."


Those aren't the words you want to hear when you call to schedule construction cleaning services, right?


Just as with any other aspect of your construction project, final cleaning is a massive effort, and you need to be able to rely on your "guy" to get it done when you need it done. You also need to know the make-ready will be completed on schedule, with the proper equipment and without the use of toxic chemicals that might create another set of problems.


Anything less just doesn't cut it.

What to Look For in a Cleaning Company

  1. Ability to schedule, and to stick to the schedule, but also to respond to your needs in emergencies.

  2. A full range of specialized cleaning tools, and proper safety equipment.

  3. Strict use of green cleaning practices and non-toxic materials to protect health, property and the environment.

From Homes to Hospitals

Whether your job is a home addition or a hospital laboratory, a single level or a high rise, a building with 1,500 square feet or 15,000, having proper equipment for the job is an absolute necessity. Professional cleaning companies have the ability to haul off remaining debris and have powerful vacuums, power washers, and air cleaning devices. Safety equipment is just as important as the tools to do the actual work. Personal safety is, of course, the prime concern, but protecting job site surfaces and surroundings are equal considerations. Fines and penalties for non-compliance and environmental pollution are increasingly more stringent. That's not the way to complete a project successfully.


We realize that every project is unique, and our professional schedulers and cleaning technicians take care to match equipment to your needs and to tailor our response to ensure your satisfaction. At Marathon Services, because we also have profound experience with disaster clean up and restoration, we are able to focus on specialized needs, including overall air quality, duct cleaning, and mold identification and remediation. In the Mid-Atlantic area, we are without an equal in our ability to respond quickly and completely to your needs; with 24/7 service, we are on hand whenever the need might arise.

Clean — and Safe

We are proud of our history of customer satisfaction, and we are committed to best practices on every job we undertake. We strive for surface cleaning, to be sure, but we also have the equipment and the green products that allow us to help buildings achieve Gold LEED certifications. We have an impressive record of working in specialized labs and environmentally sensitive areas, on military bases, and at Class-A office buildings.


We also have an impeccable safety record, with zero incidents in more than 15 years. We have specialized equipment from generators and air-purifiers to powerful pressure washers and masonry cleaning tools. Cleanup in the Washington D.C. area is our domain. If our team becomes "your guy" for construction cleaning services, we'll do it right.