Montana Road Dust Control in Bozeman is celebrating 10 years of servicing the dust control needs of clients throughout the Bozeman area and Gallatin County.
“A dry climate has led to a lot of interest in controlling dust on gravel roads in the past decade”, says Dennis Alverson, owner of Bozeman Road Dust Control. He adds, “Our customers know that using our products reduces wash boarding, road dust, pot holes and decreases vehicle maintenance”.
“We specialize in residential and gravel road stabilization and road dust control throughout southwest and south-central Montana”, says Alverson. He adds, “Our real strong suit is having all of our equipment located right in the Bozeman and Livingston area because our competitors all have to travel further distances to get here and that costs more money”.
10% New Customer Discount Before June 1st 2022
Prior to June 1st, 2022 Bozeman Road Dust Control will be offering first-time customers free estimates on their projects and a 10% discount off their first road dust control application. “Our Montana gravel road dust control company appreciates new customers so this is our way of saying thank you for using a locally owned and operated business”, says Alverson. He adds, “Our Montana company’s money gets spent and taxed in Montana, not shipped to out-of-state stakeholders”.
“Montana construction sites are yet another excellent example of the benefits of dust control”, says Alverson. He adds, “Project owners receive fewer complaints, employee health and safety is better maintained and the public is better protected”.
A True Local Business
Bozeman Road Dust Control d/b/a DD Enterprises is a member of both the Bozeman and Livingston Chambers of Commerce and is locally owned by the Alverson family, residents of Livingston, Montana.
Horse and Riding Arena Dust Control
Bozeman Montana Road Dust Control also offers environmentally friendly Dustgard specifically for riding arena’s. “Controlling dust in Montana’s riding arena’s can preserve the health of horses which require up to 30 times the oxygen while training or competing”, says Alverson. He adds, “Horse arena dust control allows both people and animals to breathe easier and maintains better footing for the animals to reduce injury risk”.
“When you consider what vehicle maintenance costs today, along with veterinary bills and road construction, it makes a lot of sense to use dust control if you live on a Montana gravel, or dirt, road”, says Alverson.
Montana road dust control is for all private and public gravel roads that are not paved and is generally applied in the spring and summer months to reduce dust, improve human, animal and plant health. “Generally speaking a single application of Dustgard should take care of your dust problems for the entire summer season”, says Alverson.
For further information, or to receive a free quote, simply contact Dennis Alverson at Bozeman Road Dust Control at 406-220-0755.
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