DustFree Bend LLC
A truly dustless tile floor removal in Bend, Oregon won’t impact your air quality. Hiring a DustRam® certified contractor such as DustFree Bend LLC, means you are choosing the best quality services out on the market. Our team of flooring pros have been factory-trained and certified by DustRam®, the inventor of dust free flooring removal. For more information, contact us today. Ask for your free project quote.
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DustRam® Certified Contractor – Guaranteed Dustless Tile Floor Removal
Many people and workers in the construction industry fail to realize the quantity of dust produced in a demolition project. The dust is tremendously harmful when one is exposed for short and long-term periods of time. A major reason why householders often put off replacing their old flooring is that they can’t handle dealing with the dusty mess. The DustRam® system was developed with the sole purpose to eliminate the exposure to tile dust and the danger that it poses to our health. Tile dust is normally present in the air we breathe but not in high enough concentrations to cause short- or long-term health problems.
Demolition jobs that involve materials such as tile, stone, leveling compound, and cement-based thin-set, produce large amounts of dust. When high concentrations of silica dust are released during demolition in a confined area such as an office or home, the levels always exceed the OSHA PEL (Permissible Exposure Limit) significantly. It’s highly important to hire a contractor that is certified by DustRam® – the inventor of dust-free tile removal.
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Cleaning your home after a traditional floor removal is not that simple. This process involves a variety of added-on cleaning services such as vacuuming, carpet cleaning, area rug cleaning, upholstery, & window coverings. Additionally, walls, ceilings, baseboards, light fixtures, window tracks, windowsills, and ceiling fans among others will need to be wiped down. The AC units will need to be serviced to vacuum out the vents and decontaminate the entire unit. Unless dustless processes are used, all paraphernalia like books, photos, ornaments, and knick-knacks will have to be removed from mantels, bookshelves, and cupboards to prevent them from being covered in fine dust. The average cost of cleaning is estimated at between $550 to $800 per session. Many homes will require professional cleanings over several months or years to remove all the residual dust that settles over time only to be released when disturbed. To avoid the detrimental health effects associated with repeated exposure to silica dust as it circulates throughout your home it is essential to ensure that every trace of dust is removed from your home and air conditioning system after traditional floor removal methods have been used.
Put Your Health First by Not Compromising Your Air Quality
Cleaning up after the use of traditional floor removal comprises a variety of services such as vacuuming and cleaning of carpets, rugs, upholstery, and window coverings. In addition to this walls, ceilings, baseboards, light fixtures, window tracks, windowsills, and ceiling fans among others will need to be wiped down. Air conditioning units will have to be serviced to vacuum out the vents and decontaminate the entire unit. Unless dust-free methods are used all paraphernalia like books, photos, ornaments, and knick-knacks will have to be removed from mantels, bookshelves, and cupboards to prevent them from being covered in fine dust. The average cost of cleaning is estimated at between $550 to $800 per session. Many homes may require professional cleaning over a period of several months to remove all the residual dust that settles over time only to be released when disturbed. To avoid the detrimental health effects associated with repeated exposure to silica dust as it circulates throughout your home it is essential to ensure that every trace of dust is removed from your home and air conditioning system after traditional floor removal methods have been used.
Time is an Important Factor. Dust-Free Services are 3X Faster!
In any remodel, large quantities of time are spent planning, implementing, and resolving, unexpected problems that inevitably crop up. As time is money in the construction business, it is imperative to save as much time as possible during your floor removal project. By using the dust-free clean tile removal system by DustRam® the flooring crew of a certified contractor can save homeowners a great deal of time by eliminating the need for dust preventative measures such as preparing fans, water, and taped-down plastic sheeting (none of which work anyway). Using detergents to remove dust residue and waiting for the floor to dry before the installation of new flooring can commence, takes up a lot of time, as well as hiring outside vendors to sanitize your home or office after floor removal.
Preparing your home or office for our unique dust-free service of tile removal does not require moving or packing away any items such as electronics, food, and clothing into closets. This saves more time as there will be no unpacking required afterward. The floor will be clean and ready to be handed over to the flooring contractor to proceed with the installation of the new flooring. The concrete will be flatter with additional floor prep applied if required. The best, most cost-effective, and safest way to remove ceramic floor tiles is with the clean tile removal system provided by a certified DustRam® contractor making use of patented equipment specifically designed for dust-free tile demolition.
Comparing Dust Free to Traditional and Virtually Dust Free
There are different types of flooring removal methods out there that you should know about. You may be familiar with the traditional way of removing tile floor. This process is the most dangerous because it does not capture enough of the silica dust. This means dust will be released in your home and it will end up everywhere you could possibly imagine. Dust from a traditional tile removal ends up in your cabinetry, pantry, drawers, clothes, shoes, ceilings, walls, and much more. Not only does it create mayhem in your home but it exposes you to the cancer-causing silica dust.
Virtually dust-free on the other hand will capture some dust. The objective of this process is to make sure it is not visible but that doesn’t mean silica dust is not present in your home. It is. With this method, not enough dust is captured to be considered a truly dust-free tile removal. It’s important to remember that the sole purpose of this method is to remain virtually dust-free which is not to be confused with a truly dustless flooring removal process. You will still be exposed to large quantities of silica dust with this process.
Lastly, the truly dust-free tile removal process. This process was invented by DustRam® in 2008 by Jack King. Jack grew tired of dealing with the dusty mess from a tile removal and did not want to expose himself, his workers, or his customers to the dangers caused by breathing in crystalline silica dust for long term and short term periods of time. He then began the production of a revolutionary system that is used across the nation to remove tile, better, faster, and cleaner. The system by DustRam® removes tile and captures 99.97% of the dust. Make sure to only hire contractors that are certified by the inventor of dustless tile removal.