Dust Free Practices
Dust Free Practices
Plastic wall barriers alone DO NOT WORK!!!
Read On To Find Out Why
Keeping the dust from construction related activities is attainable and absolutely necessary for a first-class, professional remodeling company. Concrete and drywall dust will breach any barrier without negative air flow. Creating negative air flow in a room where work is being done is the only way to maintain a dust free environment. Plastic walls do not work by themselves; proper equipment must be in place to draw the air from the part of the house not being remodeled. This provides air flow through any breach in the barriers into the work area and stops dust from escaping into the house. Understanding this concept, adopting it, and never departing from it is the only way to maintain a dust free project
Our Dust Free Equipment and Practices get the job done.
What differentiates us from the competition is our commitment to dust free procedures. Read more about how we create a dust free environment by incorporating a ‘negative air flow’ here:
Stefan and Karen, M
In a word; wonderful. In a sentence, I give your company a five (5) star rating, the highest. I want to thank your entire staff for their exceptional work in remodelling our kitchen. From your design team to master tradesmen, your team changed our tiny old cramped gallery kitchen into a stylish showplace where it is fun to cook and entertain that is now elegant and open and fun to use and show. The team was also obsessed with keeping everything clean and tidy, with no impact on the rest of my finished home. I have a high need to have things always clean and your team delivered. Your staff was pleasant to work with and focused, on time, considerate, friendly, and explained everything. Kitchen and Bath on the Isle has my highest recommendation for anyone in need of their work.
Brian and Pam W
This was our second project that we had done by Kitchen and Bath on the Isle. As with the first project, we are very pleased with the results and would not hesitate to use them again and recommend to others. The use of computer generated images and a CAD type program was again a very useful tool in designing the bathroom. As with our previous project, all of the workmen exemplified the Kitchen and Bath on the Isle approach. All workers arrived on time and were polite. They did their best to keep the house as clean as possible while the project was underway. The office also used a new web based construction website to complement the process. We found this useful as the schedule for workers was posted on this site and updated each day as needed.
William and Rosemary T.
We would like to thank Kitchen and Bath on the Isle for the excellent work performed on our recent master bath remodel. In a project such as this you often do not know where to start, and Al and April were a valuable resource in making decisions. From initial demolition to final finishing touches, they kept us informed of who was to be expected and at what time. We were residing in the home during the work so dust and dirt were a major concern. We were very pleased that both were kept to an absolute minimum and other areas not being worked on were protected. We would not hesitate to recommend Kitchen and Bath on the Isle to anyone contemplating a remodel.