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Look no further if you are searching for the best dustless tile removal in Austin, Texas. The best way to remove ceramic floor tiles, carpet, stone tile, adhesives, saltillos, tub surround, thin-set, porcelain, and backsplash is by calling in a superior dust-free tile removal service like DustRam® Services. As the leader in dust-free removal, DustRam® uses specialized equipment that already has 24 patents from the US and many more on the way.
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Leader in Dustless Tile Removal in Austin, Texas
Using cutting-edge proprietary technology that already has a total of 24 US patents and more on the way, DustRam® has the unparalleled capacity to capture silica dust. DustRam® first began the research and development of this impressive technology back in 2008 and our tools and equipment have only improved since then. DustRam® is the only certifying company in the US and includes 23 certified contractors and a variety of strategically located service centers across the nation.
The innovative equipment employed by DustRam® Systems has the capacity to capture the dust at the exact moment it is being produced. Each of our projects includes a plan to strategically carry out the entire dust-free tile removal while eliminating dust and impeding its spread during the procedure. Count on the certified contractors from DustRam® to effectively remove flooring of all kinds including thin-set, sheet vinyl, natural stone, black mastic glue, carpet, saltillo, adhesives, ceramics, terrazzo, micro toppings, hardwood, and all other types of flooring surfaces. You can also rely on the superior results from our equipment which is by far the best in the industry. Our proprietary equipment includes HEPA dust filters, Dust-Free Removal Vacuums, unique printed parts, and many other components you simply can’t find elsewhere on the markets. Choose DustRam® Systems for your next flooring removal project.
Flooring Materials We Remove:
DustRam® is the leader of dust-free removal services in the US and we look forward to being a part of your next project. We are the solution for those looking for a service that guarantees cleaner and faster services with improved results. We can work faster than you would have imagined and our results are always impeccable. This has been accomplished through many years of improving our process and equipment in an effort to ensure that you are provided with a completely dust-free location. We promise that your home will be every bit as clean, if not cleaner than it was before the project began.
Here are some of the flooring types we have experience in leaving as dust-free as you can hope for. DustRam® Systems uses tools and specialized equipment that captures all dust at the point of origin preventing the hazardous consequences of contacting this dangerous substance. When you work with our team of professionals, you can rest assured no dust will become airborne and all contaminants will be collected and properly disposed of.
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Not the Same as Virtually Dust Free & Traditional Tile Removal
The biggest reason that most homeowners avoid taking on a job like this is because of the high quantities of toxic dust that is produced in the process. No one wants to deal with a large and potentially dangerous mess. This is where the DustRam® System can provide an ideal solution to dealing with this considerable mess. We have developed a special system that allows floor removal projects to be completed without having to deal with dust. But there is a more important reason than cleaning up to use the impressive DustRam® Dustless System — Crystalline Silica.
Not everyone fully understands the dangers of the dust that is created in the average floor removal and demolition project. The most harmful contaminant produced is called crystalline silica. This dangerous contaminant is already in the air we breathe but exists in quantities too small to be a serious problem. However, in the floor removal process, this dust can be hazardous and cause long-term health problems. Because of the high quantities of crystalline silica produced in the floor removal and demolition process and the fact that most projects are performed in small and enclosed areas like homes and offices, the dangers are increased. The levels found in the average project exceed OSHA’s Permissible Exposure Level (PEL).
OSHA has included crystalline silica in its list of hazardous materials that can affect the health of occupational workers. This compound can result in medical conditions including Lung Cancer and Silicosis, as such, crystalline silica has been listed as carcinogenic by the NIOSH and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). If this dust is harmful to occupational personnel, it is safe to assume that it is equally harmful to you and those in your location.
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Protected By 24 Patents - Our System Equipment Is Far Superior
What is the difference between traditional, virtually free, and dust-free tile removal? The dust-free tile removal method is the only process that uses specialized technology equipment that sucks up the dust the moment it is created. Virtually free and traditional methods still leave dust in your home even if it is not visible.
The DIY enthusiast, looking to perform this work themselves, takes a great risk when using the equipment needed to perform this work themselves. Even with the use of standard protective gear, the process alone can be especially tiring and physically straining. Furthermore, the process of flooring removal and demolition can produce as much as one pound of dust for every square foot of floor space. If the average job covers as much as 800 square feet of flooring, this means as much as 800 pounds of dust can be released into the air and dispersed far and wide throughout the home where the damage can continue.
Silica dust particles released in the process of removing flooring materials will then become airborne and spread themselves far and wide throughout the home or commercial location. This means dust will pervade your home and will be extremely difficult to get rid of. Not even professional cleaning methods will be able to reverse this issue. The dust from the project will then affect all in the premises but can have an especially serious impact on the health of pets, children, those with respiratory conditions, and the elderly. This can have a long-term impact and respiratory conditions can result within as little as a few months. The most common issue is difficulty breathing as well as the build-up of fluids and scar tissue in the lungs.
The average professional cleaning that is performed after a floor removal process will include sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, and dusting. This will be applied to floors, walls, and all other surfaces in the home. But one cleaning is rarely enough and even after as many as three deep cleaning projects, there will still be a considerable amount of dust in the location. One cleaning can cost as much as $500 and this is multiplied by the times the cleaning will have to be performed. It is essential that all particulate matter is collected and disposed of to avoid health issues.
But this can be avoided by using the DustRam® Tool System that captures all contaminants and dust at the point of origin and ensures that these harmful particles are properly disposed of. By working with our team of professionals you will never have to worry about the contaminants in your home. Contact DustRam® for a dustless tile removal in Austin, Texas.
Whether you want to join our team, buy our equipment, or simply find a contractor in your city to remove your tile floor dust-free, we are here to help you!
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Crystalline Silica Dust is Extremely Dangerous
These are not your average dust particles. Crystalline Silica dust is found in stone, sand, grout, mortar, concrete, and more. This dust is dangerous and harmful to your health and can cause respiratory problems like Silicosis. This respiratory disease is a chronic obstructive lung disease where the dust becomes lodged in the lung sacs known as alveoli. The dust particles will cause the formation of scar tissue and will restrict the lung’s ability to take in & process oxygen.
The exposure to crystalline silica most commonly occurs occupationally at job sites that involve sawing, cutting, drilling, blasting, crushing concrete, brick, rock, stone, and much more. Exposure to this dust may result in fatal lung disease – cancer. The National Institute for Occupational Safety deems this dust so hazardous, they do not recommend bringing it home from work. You can avoid taking home the dust by following these simple steps:
- Using disposable or washable clothes at work
- Shower and change into clean clothes before going home
- Park your vehicle far away so it will not be contaminated
There are many reasons why you should choose a dust-free tile removal in Austin. If you have any questions or would like more information about our clean process for tile removal, make sure to contact our team today.