Consumers sometimes assume that they only need to remove all of the furniture and items on the floor before removing tile. A prime example is a pantry where the tile floor is going to be removed. Consumers assume they can leave all of their pantry items on the shelves. Even with a dustless tile removal approach, we suggest that everything should be moved from the pantry as well as off kitchen or bathroom cupboards! Dustless Tile Removal in Chandler, AZ systems have vacuum systems attached to the chisel at floor level. The vacuum should remove most of the fine particles of dust. Also, cold air return vents should be blocked so that dust cannot be drawn into the HVAC system.
Breaking up tiles and the mortar that holds the tile to the floor is a violent process. Dust is created and removed by the vacuum. However, larger particles are also generated and may be ejected into the air or across the room. These particles can be the size of grains of sand. They do not remain in the air long and usually fall onto the floor where they can be later removed. Anytime our tile removal company team members are working close to a window, shelves or counters, some of these particles will come to rest on these surfaces.
Shelving, countertops, and window sills can easily be wiped down using microfiber cloths. Any food items, utensils, or small appliances must also be cleaned. The best approach to avoid dust particles on appliances and food items in a pantry is to remove all of these items before removing the tile or other types of flooring. Call our Dustless Tile Removal in Chandler, AZ today to make arrangements for a quote. We can set up an appointment and arrange for all tiles to be removed and disposed.