Restoration & Remediation

The Most Effective and Time-Saving Solution To Restoration & Remediation

  • Increase Productivity
  • Improve Quality
  • Increase Equipment Lifespan
  • Reduce Avoidable Costs

Save On Unnecessary Demolition Costs & Extra Debris

In the realm of restoration and remediation, where time is of the essence and precision is paramount, Dry Ice Blasting emerges as a game-changing solution for restoring properties to their pre-loss condition. From historic landmarks to modern structures, its versatility and efficiency make it a preferred choice for restoration professionals worldwide.

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Dry ice blasting cleans, sanitizes, and deodorizes without creating any secondary waste.

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Fire & Smoke Restoration

Removes soot, char, and foul odors all at once without secondary waste.

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Historical & Brick Restoration

Preserves original surfaces without etching, scratching, staining, or damaging.

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Mold Remediation

Remove 99.9% of mold spores faster than traditional cleaning methods.

Why Choose Dry Ice Works for Restoration and Remediation?

Here’s why businesses across the restoration and remediation industry are turning to dry ice blasting:

No Area Left Untouched

Our method can treat hard-to-reach areas that are often missed in the cleaning process, such as the tight angles without damage to the surface integrity.


Dry ice blasting eliminates the need for water in the cleaning process, reducing the risk of moisture-related damage to sensitive equipment and minimizing cleanup time and costs.

Minimal Downtime

Dry ice cleaning eliminates the need for disassembly of equipment, even while it’s online, reducing downtime and increasing productivity.


Dry ice blasting effectively removes residues and contaminants without causing damage to delicate plastic surfaces, preserving the integrity of molds, dies, and other equipment.


Our streamlined process minimizes your labor expenses and gives a more thorough cleaning at a fraction of the cost of other cleaning methods.

Environmentally Friendly

No harmful chemicals or secondary waste are produced during the process.


These are just a few of the commonly asked questions about dry ice blasting in the restoration and remediation industry. If you have any specific questions or would like to learn more about how dry ice blasting can benefit your business, please contact us.

What is dry ice cleaning, and how does it work for restoration and remediation?

Dry ice cleaning, also known as dry ice blasting, is a non-abrasive cleaning method that uses solid CO2 pellets accelerated by compressed air to remove contaminants from surfaces. The dry ice pellets sublimate upon impact, lifting away dirt, mold, soot, and other contaminants without causing damage to the underlying surface. This process is particularly effective for restoration and remediation projects as it can clean a wide range of surfaces, including delicate materials like wood, stone, and metal.

What types of restoration and remediation projects can benefit from dry ice cleaning?

Dry ice cleaning is suitable for a variety of restoration and remediation projects, including fire and smoke damage restoration, water damage restoration, mold remediation, and historical restoration. It can be used to clean surfaces such as walls, ceilings, floors, furniture, machinery, equipment, and more. Dry ice blasting is versatile and can effectively remove contaminants from both porous and non-porous surfaces without causing damage.

How does dry ice cleaning compare to traditional cleaning methods in the restoration and remediation industry?

Dry ice cleaning offers several advantages over traditional cleaning methods such as manual scrubbing, abrasive blasting, and chemical cleaning. Unlike these methods, dry ice blasting is non-destructive, non-abrasive, and environmentally friendly. It does not involve the use of water, chemicals, or abrasive media, making it safe for use in sensitive environments. Dry ice blasting is also faster and more efficient, reducing downtime and labor costs associated with manual cleaning. View Comparison Chart

Can dry ice blasting remove stubborn contaminants such as mold, soot, and smoke residue from restoration and remediation projects?

Yes, dry ice blasting is highly effective at removing stubborn contaminants such as mold, soot, smoke residue, grease, oil, and other residues from surfaces in restoration and remediation projects.

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