The cost for dust free tile removal varies based on if the company is a certified DustRam Contractor that use the patented DustRam System, if they are they typically will charge between $3.00 and $6.50 for most types of tile but keep in mind that these are highly experienced, well trained and certified dust free contractors who were trained by the company that introduced this process to the world, Arizona Home Floors.
There are many different types of tile removed including, but not limited to: Ceramic, Porcelain, Saltillo, Slate, Travertine, Limestone, Sandstone, Vinyl Tile, Linoleum, VCT, Luxury Vinyl Tile, Wood Look Tile, Porcelain Plank and more.
Why do some companies charge different prices for dust free tile removal versus others? You have probably seen many different prices. There is a good reason for this.
Companies that make claims to be dust free should be using some very powerful vacuums, meaning at least 300 CFM (Cubic Feet Per Minute). Also they should go through training and certification over at DustRam in Arizona.
There is a list of companies on this page that have been certified by DustRam. If you don’t see a company on the map, but they claim to be using the DustRam System, please call our office at 480-428-3880 or email email@example.com to be sure.
Arizona Home Floors, headquartered in Tempe, has been doing dust free tile removal since 2009, introduced the world to dustless tile removal and also holds seven patents including one for the PulseRam Vacuum, which is the only vacuum in the world ever created specifically for removing tile dust free.
Arizona Home Floors is licensed, bonded, insured and have an A+ with the BBB, compare that to the companies in Arizona that are not licensed, have no insurance and use cheap vacuums with plastic bagging systems instead of strong metal tanks. Also, the vacuum systems used by Arizona Home Floors cost $12,000 each, and they bring eight complete systems.
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Here are the certified contractors, click your state to find one: