DustRam® Certified Service Centers and Tile Removal Contractors
Using the 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. States below with DustRam® Corporate Service Centers and/or DustRam® Certified Contractors:
On the map above you will see pins showing the current DustRam® Certified Service Centers either currently in operation or will be in operation sometime soon or in the near future, and pins that are the current DustRam® Certified Contractors. These specialized contractors have invested in COMPLETE DustRam® Systems, each of which comprises over 250+ components. More locations coming soon! Find a certified contractor.
The World's Only Patented Dustless Flooring Removal System
The DustRam® System is currently the world’s only patented dust-free tile removal system, with 24 patents and growing. Beware of imitation contractors who lack this unique equipment or use ride-on floor strippers, which can severely damage your concrete subfloor! If you are a Contractor or Company who is already performing flooring removal services, please note that we have more than the Nylon DustRam for sale. We also have different types of tile removal tools and removal equipment available.
With traditional tile removal tools, Homeowners can expect to pay additional costs to hire professional companies to perform multiple home and HVAC duct-work cleanings only to have the possibility of dust reappearing out of nowhere for months. Dust contamination in closets, cabinets, and drawers, on drapery, furniture, rugs, and home electronics will occur from contractors using only current industry tools and processes.
The DustRam® System Removes Various Types of Flooring Dust Free
The DustRam® System is a multi-component package of specialized tools, used in conjunction with high-performance vacuums, to remove tile, thin-set, wood, vinyl, coatings, or other floor coverings in residential homes and commercial buildings without the dust and mess normally associated with traditional industry tools. It consists of specialized tile removal tools for every step of the removal process designed to capture the dust at the source so it never has a chance to become airborne and contaminate your home.
If your house is home to you, your children, elderly parents, and pets, paying a little bit more for a dust-free service will save you in the long run. Contractors who purchase the DustRam® System Equipment are required to attend 3 days of hands-on training in proper tool operation and refined processes to ensure every job can be completed dust free.
If anyone in your home suffers from allergies, asthma, COPD, or other respiratory or medical conditions, please contact one of our DustRam® Certified Contractors. If there is not a contractor in your area, please let the contractors you speak with about your flooring remodel know that this technology exists and you want your project done dust-free! Another contractor lacking the DustRam® System equipment will be unable to remove your flooring faster, better, or with consistent Dust Free results!
Our Contractors Use Our System to Capture 99.99% of Silica Dust
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DustRam® Tile Removal Contact FormThis form is for homeowners or businesses, new and existing, who have questions about a tile or flooring removal project. The more information we have about your home and the flooring you have, the more accurate we can be when giving an estimate on removal costs.
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