One of the biggest stressors on any Des Moines, IA, business is renovating or expanding their commercial space. You know that you need more room to grow, but how do you do that without disturbing day–to–day operations? To make sure your renovation or new construction project moves ahead quickly and stays on schedule, trust ServiceMaster […]
Entries Tagged as 'post-construction cleaning'
Considering a Major Renovation in Your Des Moines, IA, Area Business? Leave the Post-Construction Cleaning to Us!
August 25th, 2016 · No Comments
April 29th, 2016 · No Comments
When you undertake a major expansion in your business, the last thing you need is delays when the project is finally finished. Whether you are expanding your existing office area or making a major move into another space in Des Moines, post–construction cleaning is a must for your company to get back to business sooner. […]
The Finishing Touch on Your New Construction Project is Post-Construction Clean Up by ServiceMaster Green of Des Moines, IA
November 17th, 2015 · No Comments
Building or renovating your own office complex gives you the freedom to truly customize your space to suit your employees’ immediate or growing needs. Construction projects usually take several months to complete but could stretch to years depending on the size of your commercial building. When your new office is almost done, the excitement to […]
September 23rd, 2015 · No Comments
Moving is ranked as one of the most stressful life experiences, right up there with death of a family member, divorce, or job loss. Small Business UK reports that three quarters of small to medium businesses delay moving into a larger space because of the stress it can cause their company. We understand that the […]
August 1st, 2015 · No Comments
At last! Your latest building project is done, and it looks spectacular! No more makeshift meeting areas. No more headaches from noisy tools. No more wet paint to avoid in the hallways. Construction on your Des Moines, IA business facility is complete! Well…almost. There’s still a bit of a mess left over. Remember this; when […]