DustRam® – Inventor of Dustless Tile Removal
DustRam® is the inventor of dustless tile floor removal. If you live in Austin, Texas, and want your flooring removed without exposing your home or yourself to the cancer-causing silica dust, look no further than DustRam®. Our team of flooring experts removes any flooring type from carpet, thin-set mortar, ceramic tile, and hardwood floor, to bathroom tub surround, and much more. DustRam® captures 99.97% of dust at the source. Contact our team today for a free quote.
Hours of Operation:
Mo-Fri: 7 AM – 4 PM
What Makes DustRam® Austin the Best Contractor for Flooring Removal
DustRam® leads the industry with clean and environmentally safe tile flooring removal solutions. We own +24 US patents on tools and equipment enabling our contractors to remove tile three times faster and better than uncertified contractors in the nation. DustRam® built the revolutionary system that captures 99.97% of the silica dust the moment it is produced. Our innovative and proprietary equipment is unparalleled when it comes to its tile dust capturing capabilities. No other system is able to capture such high quantities of silica dust and leave the concrete subfloor in pristine condition for the installation. Hire the original dustless tile floor removal company to get the best results in existence.
50X Under OSHA’s PEL
99.97% of Dust is Captured
Inventor of Dustless Floor Removal
Better, Faster, & Cleaner
Considering Replacing and Installing New Tile Floor?
DustRam® Will Remove Your Old Tile Floor Without the Dust!
Our 24 times patented DustRam® Equipment includes the PulseRam® self-cleaning vacuum that captures tile dust the instant it is created. Tile dust is contained until our guys dispose of it, far away from your property. Our system ensures that the dust never comes into contact with your air or belongings. Our system is the only one of its class and includes HEPA filters, 3D printed parts, automatic, patented dust guards, powerful self-cleaning vacuums, and more. Hire a DustRam® contractor for a guaranteed dust-free result. Beware of traditional methods and virtually free since these methods are not dust-free and respirable silica dust will be left throughout your property.
DustRam® coordinates the entire tile removal process with precision to eliminate and prohibit dust particle distribution. Our Certified DustRam® Contractors remove several kinds of flooring materials such as terrazzo, hardwood floor, glues and adhesives, micro toppings, black mastic glue, carpet, sheet vinyl, thin-set mortar, Saltillo tile, natural stone tile, slate tile, and ceramic tile. For quality results, hire the inventor of the Dust Free Tile Removal method. Contact us today to receive more information on our dust-free tile removal services.
Commercial , Industrial, and Residential Flooring Removal
Our System Captures Dust 100X Smaller than 1 Grain of Sand
As your only source for truly dust-free tile removal in Austin, Texas, you can trust our team of experts to deliver the best quality services in your city. Stay far away from traditional and virtually dust-free tile removal companies. These outdated processes will capture some of the dust but not enough to leave your home dust-free. By hiring a company that performs virtually free or traditional flooring removal services, you will inevitably become exposed to the cancer-causing crystalline silica dust. The average floor removal job produced around 600 lbs of dust.
Many homeowners will end up hiring professional cleaners to remove the dust after traditional or virtually dust-free tile removal. But one cleaning session is not enough. You may find yourself needing months to years worth of professional cleanings. Silica dust particles are microscopic and can’t be seen by the naked eye. One individual particle of silica dust is about 100 times smaller than a grain of beach sand. Imagine the difficulty in removing hundreds of pounds of dust from your cabinets, walls, clothes, ceilings, pantry, drawers, shoes, and more. With DustRam® for the job, you will never have to worry about the aftermath of the dusty mess from traditional or virtually dust-free services. Contact our team today to learn more about our process and how dust-free tile removal works.
We Remove Many Different Flooring Types
Our DustRam® contractors will never compromise the air quality in your home. Our only purpose for inventing this unique process is to eliminate dust from being released and expose you to the dangers of tile dust. DustRam® certified contractors remove a wide range of flooring such as but not limited to:
Adhesive and Glue
Slate and more
Natural Stone Tile
Is your current general contractor removing tile flooring without using military-grade tooling and adapters designed, manufactured, and used by DustRam®? If so, then silica dust is being created and violates OSHA’s Crystalline Silica Dust Mitigation Standard. Avoid the problems that are associated with outdated methods and hire a contractor who specializes in clean floor removal services. For a guaranteed dust-free tile removal, choose a DustRam® certified contractor.
Traditional and Virtually Dust Free, Expose You to Dust!
Hire a Truly Dustless Tile Removal by DustRam® for Guaranteed Dust Free Results
Property owners are not aware that the dust generated in flooring demolition and removal is dangerous and hazardous. When the harmful dust goes airborne, it gets pulled into your lungs, increasing your chances of developing serious respiratory diseases. With the large quantities of silica particles floating around, you are at high risk of developing COPD, silicosis, lung cancer, kidney disease, and more. A major turn-away point for homeowners is the cost of dustless tile removal. But fail to realize that although traditional and virtually dust-free methods are more affordable, they end up costing you more in the long run. The average cost of a house cleaning is roughly $500-800 per cleaning. Knowing you will need months or even years of cleaning sessions, you can see how much this will add up. Save money and time by hiring a dustless tile removal contractor instead.