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Although the dirtiest work takes place during demolition and drywall sanding, every phase of construction produces dust. Dust containment falls into two general categories:
  1. Protecting floors
  2. Confining dust to the work area

It does take time to set things up properly, but I can assure you that for every hour spent preparing, we’ll save hours on cleanup or repairs.

Newly installed or existing floors are often finished ahead of other work and require protection. 1/8" Masonite sheets are typically laid over finished floor surfaces in order to adequately protect floors. Seams of Masonite sheets are taped with duct tape to keep them from shifting and to help keep substances from passing through. This material is so dense that you can move heavy appliances or even accidentally drop a tool without damaging the floor underneath.

We use the Zipwall® system to seal off the work area from the rest of your home. We also turn off your heating and air conditioning system during the demolition or drywall sanding phase to reduce the possibility of circulating dust throughout the home. With any full scale kitchen or bath remodeling project, it is inevitable that some airborne dust may still escape. We want you to know that we strive to minimize the amount of dust that leaves the work area. Thank you for putting you trust is us!