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"King of Clean Tile Removal"
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We are also
the only service providers of the DustRam® System in the Phoenix Metro areas.
This is a premium service for removing tile, saltillo, stone, slate, concrete
and wood flooring dust free. We also provide the DustRam® System
for floor preparation & flattening to a tolerance of 1/16" in 50 linear feet.
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AZ Floor Installation Preparation
Our az floor installation
preparation is provided in the following areas: Ahwatukee, Apache
Junction, Casa Grande, Chandler, Central Phoenix, Desert Mountain, East
Valley, Gilbert, Gold Canyon, Maricopa, Mesa, Paradise Valley, Peoria,
Phoenix, Queen Creek, Scottsdale, and Tempe.
There are a few things that you will need to plan for before your
If you won’t be at home while the work is being done, be sure that the
installers have a way to contact you quickly. Nobody wants a day to be
wasted because you weren’t available to make a decision.
If you have pets, please arrange for them to be in a safe place away from
the work area. A back room where no work is being done, or a fenced back
yard might be good choices, or perhaps they can stay with a friend or family
member. Our installers may go in and out dozens of times in a day, and we
can’t be responsible for making sure your pet doesn’t escape.
If you are planning to paint your baseboards and door jambs, do so either
before (5-6 weeks) or after the flooring installation. It can
take a month for latex enamel to cure completely, so damage is inevitable if
the baseboards are freshly painted.
If you have not included furniture moving in your contract, you are
responsible for making sure that the work area is completely clear before
the first day of work.
If you have included furniture moving in your contract, realize that you
may still need to do some preparation.
Remove any knick-knacks, valuables, fragile items or
heirlooms. Even if a contractor is insured, these items are usually not
covered. And items of sentimental value are simply irreplaceable.
If you have a pool table, grand piano, or any other very
large, heavy item, have a professional move it out of the work area and
replace it when the installation is complete.
Electronic equipment such as computers and peripherals,
home theater or stereo equipment should be removed and replaced by you.
If you are having work done inside a closet, be sure that
the floor is clear and nothing hangs within two feet of the floor.
Pack the contents of china hutches and book cases, and
move them to a safe location.
If you know there’s a problem with a piece of furniture
(for example, a loose leg on a table), let us know in advance.
If you have a waterbed, drain and disassemble it. You can
leave the pieces in the work area, and we will move them and then
replace them so you can reassemble the bed.
With a little planning and preparation, your new floor will be installed
quickly and with a minimum of disruption to your life!
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