Numerous factors must be considered when cleaning a building site, including the type of surface you will be working with.

If the surfaces are made of natural stone like marble or granite, make sure to use a soap-free cleanser and avoid using any abrasive cleaners containing bleach or ammonia because these chemicals can cause irreversible damage. In this blog post, we will provide tips for other types of surfaces.

Get a Skip to Dispose of All the Debris

Having a skip on site can help to keep debris from being spread around.

Renting a skip may be more affordable than using excavators and wheelbarrows to move all the debris around the site. When selecting a site for a building project, it is important to consider what types of materials will be used.

If the site has thick layers of earth, it can be compacted by renting a wheel loader to loosen the soil. Afterwards, the debris can be disposed of in a skip or added to the dump truck so it can be transported.

Sweep and Mop-up Any Dirt or Dust on the Floor

Sweeping and mopping up any dirt or dust on the floor of a construction site can give the appearance of a professional job.

When sweeping, be sure to move any tools or other items off of the floor. This allows you to really get rid of any dirt or dust that might be hiding underneath things and can give a cleaner workspace.

After the sweeping, mop up any dirt or dust that has been left on the floor. This allows you a cleaner floor and can also help to prevent hazards from hidden tools or objects lying around.

Remove Odours by Using a Deodoriser Around the Building Site

Your site may be blocked from a general smell, especially if some wastage remains from excavators or old concrete.

Everybody hates these smells. They make it difficult for workers to concentrate on their tasks and may cause your building to be viewed negatively.

With the correct equipment, cleaning these smells up is easy. You could use a deodoriser to mask the smells, a deodoriser is a substance that absorbs the smell and traps it.

Wash Down Walls With a Hose and Soap to Get Rid of Any Grime or Stains

You may think walls won’t require much maintenance, but they will be exposed to grease, dust, and dirt from all of the building work that is going on.

To keep the walls looking their best, clean them using a hose and soap to remove dust and grease, and to remove any stains from the walls.

Use an Industrial Vacuum Cleaner to Suck Up Anything That Is Left Behind, Including Sawdust From Carpentry Work

The best way to suck up sawdust is to use an industrial vacuum cleaner.

This way you don’t have to worry about the sawdust dropping all over the place. Another benefit is that it works well on debris that accumulates in places like trucks, cupboards, and cabinets.

If you don’t have to use an industrial vacuum cleaner, then you’ll want to consider hiring a professional cleaner. They will take up the sawdust and help you keep your workspace healthy.

After all, a clean building site is imperative to avoid any dangerous issues that might arise.

Dispose of Garbage in the Skip

At the end of the cleanup, there will likely be a lot of rubbish accumulated in bags, the best place to put these is in the skip.

Throwing away the rubbish at the end of the clean is probably one of the most important steps. Once the skip is full it can be taken to the nearest recycling or waste disposal centre.


You may not know what you need to do when it comes to cleaning up a construction site, but we’ve compiled this list of tips and tricks that will help you get the job done.

Whether your project is big or small, hiring professionals like us for all your needs can be worth every penny! If any of these tasks sound intimidating or overwhelming, let us know.

Our team would love to chat with you about how we can help make things easier on you by taking care of everything from start (cleaning) to finish (disposing of).