Jenna (name changed to protect the unfortunate victim) decided to remove her old tile and replace it with something far more attractive. Even though the finished product made her home look much more modern and attractive, the experience was extremely unpleasant.
You see, Jenna is something of a clean freak (according to her brother) and the “standard” methods of tile removal fill the air with thick grout dust that permeates cupboards, crevices, duct work, carpet and furniture. Even draping the work area with plastic sheeting does not contain it.
If workers don’t wear sealed goggles and air-filtration breathing systems, it could result in contracting Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis, “an artificial long word said to mean a lung disease caused by inhaling very fine ash and sand dust” (Oxford English Dictionary) which happens to be the longest word in the English language published in a dictionary, according to Wikipedia. Teach your kids that word; they’ll enjoy showing it off.
After the work was finished and Jenna’s brother Mike (name changed to protect the remorseful sibling who never intended for his sister to suffer so horribly) found out that she had planned to remove her tile and – belatedly – told her about Tile Ram and their dust-free tile removal system.
Alas, it was too late to save Jenna from the grout dust now distributed throughout her home.
“I wish I knew in time,” he lamented. “I would have told her about Tile Ram.”
It just goes to show – ya never know who is about to replace their tile or other flooring, so the best policy, if you want to save your friends and loved ones from unnecessary suffering and grief, is to recommend Tile Ram now!
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