True or False: the #1 threat to livability during a remodel is dust. If you answered “true,” then you are on the right track.
As a clean contractor, your livability is our top concern. In an on-going effort to better serve our clients, we recently invested in a groundbreaking dust control system, which captures and removes up to 90 percent of airborne dust that accumulates during your remodeling project.
So, why is dust control important? Any remodeling project, big or small, can stir up jobsite dust that can include dirt and debris, organic matter, drywall, cement, silica and sawdust. With the dust control system, we can collect dust at the point of generation, while it is still airborne. This is the most effective way to capture and virtually eliminate all types of worksite dust.
While controlling all dust is near impossible, innovations and practices such as these, will serve as a courtesy to both the homeowner and our workers while on-site.
“These systems allow us to work in our clients homes and maintain a nearly dust-free environment,” says Gilbert Design Build Construction Manager, Bob Meehan. “However, we still take other precautions by hanging up curtain walls, putting down floor protection, using exhaust fans, etc.”
In the end, you are investing in more than just a job well done and our goal is to provide you and your family with a safe and enjoyable remodeling experience.