Last Minute Scheduling

Many instances exist in which we are rushed and preoccupied with getting the job complete that we forget some of the most important details. For example, when it comes to building a new gas station, school, office, or even a home, project managers’ priority is to get the job ready for client’s move-in. It’s until the last minute that they, the project manager or the person in charge, remembers that there is still one important thing to do, final clean-up of the job site.
Throughout the fifteen years of serving the community, J&B Professional Cleaning Service has had the privilege of aiding project managers and other people in charge of construction sites with the rough and final clean-ups. Although there have been times when J&B has received one or same day notice prior to the scheduled cleaning date, we rearrange and manage our cleaning crews accommodate the time requested for the clean. At times, J&B pulls trained night cleaning personnel to go out there and perform the rough or final clean-up for our valuable customers.
It’s J&B’s pride to serve our current clients and we would like for you to be part of our clientele as well. Our duty is to help you alleviate some of the burdens you might have when it comes to taking the responsibility of building a new project. Let J&B help by putting forward a piece of the puzzle with the rough or final clean-up of your newly constructed gas station, school, office, or home. You may visit us at for more information.


About J&B Professional Cleaning Service
Specialing in all types of Janitorial, Construction and Remodeling Clean-Ups

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