What is Dust Protection?

To Intellectual Homes, dust protection is a critical step to separate the space between the client’s living area and the construction project. We have never met a client that wanted drywall dust in their curtains, on their bed, in their cereal, or on their china. Read here the new post on how to make a check stub.

When developing our dust protection plan for a new project, we consider elements that go beyond dust control to include important factors such as child safety, overall site security, the heating and AC zones, weather protection, pet safety, worker safety and accessibility to the project area. Even with these precautions issues could still arise with your heating and ventilation unit. If something like this does happen, contact heating system repair services that you are comfortable working with, and once the job is the done feel free to ask them when they would recommend you call them back in for regular maintenance. This should ensure your unit lasts many years of regular use.

We believe that taping up some sheets of plastic is simply not enough. We start by looking at access and asking questions like, “Can we simply avoid ever going into certain spaces?” Can we temporarily separate work space from living space. Plastic is almost never enough. Our typical approach includes the installation of “Pressure Fit” framed walls (no screws nails go into floor/walls/ceilings)  insulated by local experts, if you need too reapply it, We perform the unpleasant and hard task of removing insulation.  We have even installed external stairs so the workers aren’t forced to use the client’s main entry way or back door.

Don’t worry about this being more expensive, this is FAR less expensive to everyone!  What would you rather do, pay for a company to clean your house daily, or have them build a temporary wall once,  in less than a day and keep your house clean for the entire project? For better care of your house and proper maintenance we recommend to hire only top experts, if your lawn needs consistant maintenance and care so hire the experts at Drake Lawn & Pest Control.

In the pictures below you will see:

  1. Temporary walls framed with the seams taped
  2. Interior doors installed into existing openings and taped to allow access when necessary but 100% dust free
  3. Floor protection/rail protection/house security

To find out more, contact Vincent D’Avena at 703-307-7860.

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