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20
Sep

Answer These 6 Questions Correctly To Win Tickets!

Dust B Gone has 15 FREE tickets the the October 2017 Phoenix Home & Garden Show where the HGTV Property Brothers will be.  The first 15 to answer these questions correctly will each win a ticket.  *Hint: All answers can be found on our website.  dustbgoneaz.com What is silica? How much silica dust can be spread throughout your house if tile isn’t removed the dust free way? What kind of…

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12
Sep

Peoria Dust Free Tile Removal

We are located in Peoria, AZ and service the entire valley for virtually dust free tile removal. Things many of us take for granted, such as being able to pick out new flooring and have the old stuff ripped out are not options for more and more people.  We have helped people with auto-immune disease be able to not only be able to have old tile replaced, but they were…

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10
Sep

Logic Problem-Do You Know The Answer?

Last week, Debra from Delicious Deliveries made eight trips to Treat Towers, bearing gifts for some delighted office workers.  Each of the eight recipients (five women named Annie, Janie, Katya, Sandy and three men named Brady, Lonny and Wade) works on a different floor of the 30-floor building.  No more than two people received gifts on the same day (from Monday through Friday). Can you match the full name of…

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08
Sep

Floors Can Make You Sick – Hidden Danger of DIY Tile Removal

Most of us are now aware of asbestos in very old home's pipes, and are aware of the life threatening danger of this dangerous chemical.  This wasn't always the case though; in fact it used to be common practice to use asbestos in the kitchen.  As seen in the picture to the left of the FLAMEMASTER® the picture of the woman with pots and pans cooking with the help of…

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06
Sep

Dust-B-Gone

Dust-B-Gone, it's all in the name what we do is something that everyone is wanting to be done over every other method because it is the safest and best way to remove tile, stone, brick, hardwood, laminate, paint or stain off concrete and carpet. Very few companies do this in the Phoenix area, and we are one of them. We are able to do indoor and outdoor without ANY limitations…

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05
Sep

Tile Removal Use To Be Dirty

Tile removal can be very messy and time-consuming. Having your home furniture and fridge covered or removed, completely destroying all the food you had bought. Even still you would get dust in undesired areas. Electronics and dirt don't mix well causing them to go out years sooner than they should and cleaning them is a nightmare, making it nearly impossible when trying to clean the inside. We are using the…

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03
Sep

Dust Free Tile Removal

We remove all types of tile, most surfaces -- ie: wall tile removal, shower tile removal and floor tile removal.  We do this DUST FREE! Virtually dust free removal of floor tile and thin-set from concrete floors, including ceramic and porcelain tiles, Saltillo, Travertine, slate and other natural stone tiles, is what we do. We will drape drop cloths when necessary, to protect sensitive and/or large items that need to…

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02
Sep

What Is Silicosis?

Keeping your health should be your number one priority. We all know that eating well and exercise are important, but what about your lungs? If you, or your family or friends, are having their tile floors removed, have them removed in a virtually dust free environment. The dust created from tile removal is silica based and can lead to Silicosis, a lung disease. Please contact Dust-B-Gone to see how our…

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02
Sep

No Mask Needed With Dust Be Gone!

I recently heard from a friend that a flooring company they were considering told them that there isn't such thing as a virtually dust free tile removal process and that just draping the cabinets would be all that is needed. Well, that flooring company has been approached by Dust-B-Gone and has chosen to only offer their customers the traditional dusty tile removal method. Too bad for the flooring company and…

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