Protection from Silica and Demolition Dusts

Crystalline silica is a cloud of dangerous dust that can cause harm to your health.

OSHA classifies silica dust as a lung carcinogen for humans, meaning that it is known to cause cancer. Inhalation of silica dust can lead to several respiratory diseases that can be fatal.

Our dust-free service protects you by preventing debris and dust from becoming airborne and contaminating your living or workspaces.

We eliminate health concerns, especially for babies, the elderly, pets, and those who may suffer from respiratory conditions such as asthma, allergies, emphysema, or COPD.


What Is Crystalline Silica Dust?

Tile dust, also known as crystalline silica dust, is common in quartz stone and is a component of tile, stone, grout, sand, concrete, mortar (thinset), brick, and soil. Silica dust gets used to produce pottery, glass, concrete, ceramics, bricks, artificial stone, and much more.

Silica can also be discovered in those tiny pouches inside box packaging labeled ‘silica’ with a warning telling you not to ingest the dust.

During the tile and thinset removal process, crystalline silica dust is created and released into the air. These small dust particles are about 100 times smaller than playground or beach sand.

These fine dust particles of silica are known as Respirable Crystalline Silica (RCS) and are too fine to see in normal lighting conditions.

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease is a chronic inflammatory lung condition that results in obstructed airflow from the lungs. It causes shortness of breath due to difficulty breathing air into the lungs. Cough, mucus production, and wheezing are the other common symptoms of this illness. Emphysema and chronic bronchitis are two of the most common conditions that contribute to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. COPD may worsen over time and isn’t usually reversible. While there is no cure, it can still be treated – CDC



Long-term inhalation of silica dust increases the risk of kidney disease in construction workers. Construction workers are usually diagnosed with kidney damage and kidney failure due to long-term exposure to silica dust. Kidney failure occurs in two forms such as acute and chronic failure. Acute is a sudden failure of kidney functions while chronic is a gradual loss of kidney functions. Acute renal failure is rare but is found in construction workers who have been exposed to silica dust for many years.



Regular exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica (RCS) increases your risk of developing lung cancer. Abnormal cell growth in the lungs interferes with lung functions and grows into tumors over time. The abnormal cell growth can result in damage to other parts of the body, and most cases are not curable.



Silicosis is a condition that causes severe breathing problems and increases the risk of lung infections. Silicosis developed due to regular exposure to RCS over many years. When silica crystals enter the lungs, it causes the lungs to form scar tissue, making it difficult for the lungs to take in oxygen. Silicosis can be fatal, and there isn’t a cure for the condition. The symptoms of silicosis may not be obvious at the beginning. The worker may experience shortness of breath when working out, fatigue, chest pain, and respiratory failure. A chest x-ray will show if there is any lung damage.

Our Services Protect You From Silica Dust Exposure

Most tile removal systems are notorious for leaving dust in your home and exposing you to the dangers that come from inhalation of these microscopic dust particles.

The only way to avoid this dangerous substance is to ensure that it never has the chance to contaminate your air space.

We can help protect the health and well-being of your loved ones with our premier dust-free tile removal methods.

Our patented equipment has the technology to capture dust as small as .3 microns at the very instant it is created, preventing the dust from becoming airborne and causing health issues.