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Contain dust even on concrete.

Have you ever gone through a nasty tile removal process? A hardwood floor refinish that has left you with a layer of dust all over your entire home upon completion? A carpentry project that leaves sawdust all over everything? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions then you know what it’s like hiring (or being) a contractor that doesn’t have a good dust management plan in action.

At Dayton Hardwood Co (New Braunfels, TX) I use top of line state of the art HEPA filtered vacuum systems on all of my saws, sanding equipment, concrete grinders, etc. That means when you hire me for your job I’ll take the mess with me at the end of each day and keep you, your family, and your home safe in the process. Here is a couple examples of the equipment used in the process of tile mortar removal in an occupied home. This is possible without the worry of contaminating the rest of the home.

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