Carpet cleaned by Chem-Dry is left clean and dry within 1 to 2 hours, not the 1 to 2 days other cleaning methods such as steam cleaning require.
Carbonation makes dirt and grime release from the fibers of your carpet and raise tothe surface where it is easily extracted and swept away.
Ingredients used in our cleaner are copied from Mother Nature herself. We don't need soaps, detergents, or harsh chemicals.
At Chem-Dry, we understand that when you call a carpet cleaning service, you're looking for more than just a basic cleaning that removes the top level of dirt from your carpets. You're looking for a service you can trust to get out the tough, deep-down grime in your carpets, that has a safe and healthy process and that will give you the peace of mind of having a truly clean, refreshed, healthy home.
Chem-Dry is committed to a higher standard when it comes to cleaning. The Carpet & Rug Institute (CRI) Seal of Approval program tests the effectiveness of carpet cleaning equipment and certifies deep cleaning extractors that effectively remove soil without damage to the carpet. Using the latest technology, CRI has awarded Chem-Dry's proprietary PowerHead equipment the Platinum Seal of Approval, the highest level, for cleaning systems.
What does this mean for you? Even more assurance that Chem-Dry will get your carpets as clean as possible. So your carpets will not just look and feel clean, you'll be sure they are clean.
Similar to the way club soda removes stains from a shirt, we’ve evolved and adapted the use of carbonation into a superior carpet and upholstery cleaning process. Chem-Dry uses the power of carbonating solutions to lift the dirt, dust and other allergens to the surface where they can be easily removed without using the excessive amounts of water other methods like steam cleaning use. With Chem-Dry, carpets dry faster, reducing the risk of harmful bacteria growing underneath your carpet.
*Based on the results from a study conducted by an independent laboratory using the Chem-Dry Hot Carbonating Extraction process. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. Airborne bacteria results includes use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple homes.