Recently we were contacted by a client concerned about getting a repair done in a household with allergies.
This is the type of thing that separates the pros from the DIY folks. Two things, really:
The best drywall finisher in the world will produce dust using the wrong equipment. So if you are looking to DIY and need to avoid dust, the first step will be to shell out the premium dollars for dust free sanding equipment.
How do you learn how to prevent the dust in a drywall repair? Even the best equipment out there will produce dust if you don’t operate it correctly. There’s really not a shortcut: you figure out how to do it right by doing it wrong first. Tim with Prestigious Plaster has the years of experience that it takes to get really good at this stuff. You can benefit from those year of experience by hiring Tim.
The Bottom Line
We fully recognize our bias here, but if you’ve got allergies and need drywall repair, you should definitely contact us below. But don’t just take our word for it. After we finished the work for the customer with allergies, they left us this review:
Work done was excellent and there was no drywall dust. This was very important to our family which has allergies.
Contact us today.