We will start with a few statistics about the messy construction business in the US.
This industry makes up around 4% of America’s gross domestic product.
Construction materials represent around 10% of the US trade deficit and 10% of America’s energy consumption.
These are just some of the reasons you should be thinking about finding a solution for your construction dirt needs.
Construction site clean-up is a hazardous process. Each year, the construction industry is responsible for over 3 billion gallons of polluted stormwater runoff.
The EPA estimates that there are over 18 million tons of asbestos insulation in buildings built before 1980.
Stormwater runoff and asbestos contamination has not only caused environmental and public health issues but has also led to severe financial consequences for both public and private entities.
What are the Challenges of Construction Clean-up?
After a construction project is complete, you will need to have your site cleaned up to move on with the next step.
A construction site cleaning company like ours will be able to get the job done for you.
We can handle everything from removing building materials and debris, sweeping floors, removing any hazardous materials found on the site, pressure washing exterior walls, and more.
Why Choose a Construction Clean-up Company?
Construction clean-up is a time-consuming task on a construction site.
Hiring a professional company can save you time and energy as well as reduce the need for more employees.
Construction was once a job that took years of training and experience to enter into and start climbing the ladder. Nowadays, DBS Building Services is able to help on-site.
Pros to Hiring a Construction Cleaning Company
We provide Commercial Cleaning in cities around Ogden, Salt Lake City, and Provo (but not limited to):