Providing MOBILE and ecologically-responsible dustless blasting solutions for all customer applications: civil, commercial, residential, marine, agricultural, and automotive.
We use the Six Sigma methodology to maintain a safe and quality-conscious working environment.
The cost of restoring the existing material of a project is usually a small fraction of the price of replacing the material.
When dealing with antique, historic, or classic items, restoration is not only more desirable for aesthetic reasons but also a more economic choice because it is sometimes impossible to find replacement items that won’t reduce the value of the project.
A good example would be a standard wrought-iron gate. Normal restoration costs are around $10 a linear foot. A replacement would be around $25 a linear foot—and that is if you could locate an artisan that could duplicate the original look of the gate.
Using Dustless Blasting® is both better for your budget and considered the most ecologically-responsible method of media blasting. 100% recycled bottle glass is used for the blasting material. This water-based blast method contains and captures harmful dust and pulls it to the ground where the dust can be caught using a simple drop cloth or tarp—making cleanup both easy and environmentally safe.
Automotive restoration | Fleet vehicle graphic removal | Marine restoration and maintenance
Heavy-equipment refurbishment and maintenance | Agricultural implement restoration and maintenance
Infrastructure, bridge, and civil project renewal | Parking lot stripe removal | Historic site restoration
Wood restoration | Mold removal | Graffiti removal | Tank restoration
Asbestos abatement | Stenciling | Wood, metal, and glass etching
Refineries and oil fields | Offshore maintenance
Our company is named after the term the U.S. Air Force personnel “affectionately” used for U.S. Army paratroopers during airborne operations.
Dirt Dart Eco-Blasting is owned and operated by its own Dirt Dart who is lucky enough to be married to—and share company ownership with—an honest to goodness Dope on a Rope, which is another story altogether.
Thank you for considering us for your project!