Investing In YOU!

Sometimes, "good" isn't good enough. That's our philosophy when it comes to our work. We want the very best for our clients and we constantly seek out ways to enhance productivity and performance. One way we achieve this is by investing in quality tools and equipment.  

As a remodeling contractor near Scranton, much of our work is done in occupied homes. These jobsites create many challenges that are not a concern in new construction or vacant buildings. Protecting the clients furnishings and minimizing dust are major concerns of ours. 

We have several pieces of equipment that we utilize that minimize airborne dust and odors during renovation, painting, or cabinet refinishing. 

  • Dust barriers, or zip walls, are temporary plastic enclosures that can quickly be deployed to contain the workspace. The barrier prevents dust or fumes from entering other areas of the home. Dust barriers keep your home cleaner, allow us to efficiently manage airborne dust, and meet EPA requirements for properties with lead paint. 
 Photo credit: Zip Wall

Photo credit: Zip Wall

  • Air scrubbers, or negative air machines, are a high power HEPA air filtration unit. Often used in conjunction with a zip wall enclosure, an air scrubber effectively cleans airborne dust and exhaust fresh air outside of the work space. A fan simply blows dust around, air scrubbers are designed to remove contaminants from the air. Clean air improves employee health, reduces the need for jobsite clean up, and allows us to meet OSHA health standards. 
 Photo credit: ACSI

Photo credit: ACSI

  • "Dustless" tools, such as our Festool sanders, saws, and routers are connected to a HEPA dust extractor while in operation. Over 90% of the dust from the tool is collected, allowing for a cleaner workspace. In addition to their exceptional dust collection, Festool equipment offer premium performance.  
 Photo credit: Festool

Photo credit: Festool

  • HEPA Vacs are used for general jobsite clean up. The outward appearance looks much like a traditional shop vac, but internally, air passes through 3 filters ensuring dust does not escape out the exhaust back into the air. HEPA vacs are also an EPA requirement for lead paint work. 
 Photo credit: Dustless Technologies.  

Photo credit: Dustless Technologies.  

 

This equipment outlined above is just one of the ways we invest in our clients. Being able to provide clients a cleaner home is a benefit that many contractors cannot offer. We are able to improve customer satisfaction by having the best equipment for the task at hand.