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If you are planning a remodel of your home that will involve removing tile or other ceramic tile flooring materials, there are many important factors to consider when hiring removal services.
A few key factors are listed below:
- Dust Free ceramic tile removal demolition specialists versus traditional, dusty companies
- Costs – You will need to request a quote on dustless floor removal and no dust surface prep to meet your budget and expectations
- Qualified Contractors or Installers – Do they have a BBB (Better Business Bureau) Rating?
- What have prior customers said in Yelp.com and Google+ local reviews about flooring removal services
Further information on the importance of these factors are listed below:
Removing Ceramic Tile Dust Free
The Flooring Industry has seen significant developments in new flooring materials and products but most contractors still use outdated ceramic removal tools, equipment and methods.
Removing tile typically leaves the interior of your home and all your belongings covered in Crystalline Silica dust for weeks, if not months.
Plastic, tape and floor/window fans are not the solution nor do they eliminate the pervasive dust.
In addition to the cost of new flooring, homeowners can spend hundreds of dollars on staying in a hotel during the process and having professional cleaning companies remove what they can of the dust from carpets, furniture, draperies, electronics, ductwork, etc.
If you have respiratory or other medical conditions, the dust can add additional costs in time lost from work and medical office visits.
Luckily, there are contractors out there that have invested in the latest advanced technology for Dustless Flooring removal.
The DustRam® System Equipment consists of multiple tile removing tools used with high-performance vacuums to capture dust at the source and prevent it from ever becoming airborne.
The additional benefit of the process is the majority of surface prep has also been completed.
Tile Removal Cost
The budget for your project will determine the kind of new flooring you want to be installed in your home, who the installer will be and whether or not you use a contractor who can remove your tile dust free.
If you and your family’s health, your home, and your many belongings are of great value to you, do consider the cost of using a service without dust first in your planning.
Build the remainder of your budget and selection of flooring materials on top of that cost to ensure that you are not spending hundreds or thousands of dollars after the project is complete to remove the leftover dust from your home.
The investment you make in your new flooring installation, in all aspects, should result in a beautiful new floor that adds value to your home, compliments your lifestyle and has no lingering negative consequences.
With the technology available on Smartphones, tablets, computers, it is easier than ever to research companies before you select a contractor for your project.
Checking reviews from a variety of sources will allow you to see all the negative or positive comments clients have felt compelled to post about a company they have used.
Sometimes the businesses themselves pay for reviews, this should not be, no customer should ever be pressured to providing a review, and you can always tell when a business owner leaves a review.
DustRam® Certified Service Centers and Tile Removal Contractors Using Dust Free DustRam® System
If you are a Homeowner looking to find a DustRam® Certified Service Centers or a Trained DustRam® Certified Contractor to remove your tile or other flooring dust free, we have provided the map and State listing below to assist you.
On the map above you will see Blue pin(s) showing the current DustRam® Certified Service Centers either currently in operation or will be in operation sometime soon or in the near future. The Red pin(s) are the current DustRam® Certified Contractors. These specialized contractors have invested in COMPLETE DustRam® Systems, each of which comprises over 250+ components.