Chem-Dry of Cary, Serving all of Wake County
Chem-Dry of Cary
We use a low-moisture process with a detergent free, "carbonated" cleaner that allows for 1-2 hour dry time. Our green cleaning solution breaks up soil and grime from the carpet fibers and explodes them to the surface where it is whisked away. We leave zero dirt attracting residue behind for a drier, cleaner carpet cleaning.
By contrast, steam cleaning leaves behind soapy water which will cause re-soiling and can create a breeding ground for mold and bacteria in just hours. That is why Chem-Dry's low moisture process is drier, cleaner and healthier.
When it comes to cleaning, you need someone with experience you can trust, a company with a tradition of quality cleaning and a reputation of customer satisfaction. We can effectively remove odor and from carpets and upholstery without using caustic chemicals or ineffective scented.
We provide Saturday, same day service, and exact time appointments. No waiting around half a day wondering when a cleaner will arrive.
Our square foot (sf) pricing includes vacuuming and treating spots which many other companies charge an additional price for. We find that it is quicker and simpler to charge by the square foot using traffic areas because rooms and homes vary so much in sizes.
For Commercial client, our team of technicians can handle the smallest job to the biggest and most challenging national jobs correctly and on time. We deliver a longer lasting, healthier cleaning without interfering with your business activities.
Chem-Dry is the only company recommended by the Quebec Asthmatic Association for people with allergies/asthma and homes with children and pets.
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*Based on results from a study conducted by an independent laboratory using Chem-Dry's 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.