Dry ice blasting—also known as dry ice cleaning, dry ice dusting or CO2 blasting—is an emission-free form of carbon dioxide cleaning. Dry ice is accelerated in a pressurized air stream and directed at a surface in order to clean it. As dry ice sublimates at room temperature, this type of cleaning produces minimal abrasion and leaves surfaces clean and dry. Similar to sand blasting, plastic bead blasting or soda blasting, dry ice blasting leaves no chemical residue or media. At Colorado Hazard Control, we pride ourselves on providing professional dry ice blasting services in a safe, efficient and timely manner.

Colorado Hazard Control’s Dry Ice Blasting Services

Colorado Hazard Control offers specialized dry ice blasting services for residential, commercial or industrial projects. Whether you are looking for dry ice blasting services to remove contaminants, CMU block filler, graffiti or paints, oils, release agents, production residue, surface coatings that include lead, asbestos and other hazardous materials, or just general cleaning, our highly skilled and professionally trained experts are ready to exceed your expectations.

Why You Should Hire Colorado Hazard for Dry Ice Blasting Services:

  • Residential, commercial, industrial
  • No secondary contaminants or solvents
  • Nonabrasive, nonflammable, nonconductive
  • Compliant with state and federal regulations
  • Licensed and insured professionals
  • Highly-trained dry ice blasting teams
  • Flexible appointments based on your schedule
  • Free consultations
  • Family owned and operated
Colin Morrison of Safe Home, LLC. had this to say...

"It's been a year since my mother-in-laws house had a bit of an explosion and fire. She came out OK but the house had to be demolished. Colorado Hazard Control was chosen to do the asbestos abatement and then the inventory, recovery of possessions, and demolition. CHC did an outstanding job of working with the family and working through the county quagmire of rules and regulations.

Throughout this process they were very thorough and professional and guided us through the process. It made a very difficult situation much easier for my mother-in-law and the family. I especially appreciate the respect and consideration all the CHC folks showed for her and the home she had lived in for 50 years. They made a complete inspection and each day showed us pictures of the inside of the home and the possessions so we could decide what looked like it could be salvaged and what was beyond hope. CHC recovered many family heirlooms and went above and beyond to get this done with a minimum of stress on the family.

Thanks to all Colorado Hazard Control staff for your work."

Fred Voseipka of RLH Engineering, Inc. had this to say...

"We are very pleased with the way the Northern Colorado Medical Center project was bid, designed and completed on time. The crew was excellent and Brian Ross did a good job managing the work!"

Rachael Sisneros of the University of Wyoming says...

"I just wanted to write you a quick email to let you know how great Chris Lehman is to work with and he is always professional and always gets the job done. I truly appreciate the great work CHC does on the University of Wyoming campus and I think this can be attributed to Chris' great management and leadership style. I hope we can continue to work together into the future."


As a responsible and efficient service company with foresight that reaches beyond our own scope of work, we make our team an asset to yours by prioritizing your goals and concerns. In addition to a focus on customer service, health and safety, environmental compliance is our top concern. All codes, specifications and regulations will be met to ensure the safety and integrity of the project and people directly and indirectly involved. Our extensive experience and understanding of requirements prevents costly mistakes and maximizes compliance, streamlining the dry ice blasting process, and ensuring efficient, complete project resolution. For the most advanced, safe and timely services, choose CHC for your dry ice blasting needs.

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