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Chem-Dry of Franklin

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  • Serving ALL Nashville Metro Areas including Antioch, Bellevue, Brentwood, Cool Springs, Cane Ridge, Fairview, Franklin, Goodlettsville, Green Hills, Hendersonville, Hermitage, La Vergne, Madison, Mount Joliet, Nolensville, Old Hickory, Smyrna (NW only) and more
 

Serving All Of Franklin, Nashville & Surrounding Areas Since 1991

Chem-Dry of Franklin (615) 790-7757

Spring is here with an Extreme Allergy Season!

Our professional technicians can clean, protect and sanitize your carpet, upholstery tile and bedding while removing harmful allergens, mold and mildew.

CALL NOW TO SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT

If not completely satisfied, we will return at no additional cost!

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Our primary cleaning solution, The Natural, and our Pet Urine Removal Treatment, PURT are Green Certified.  Click on the cloud for more information.


Chem-Dry professional technicians are trained to deliver top-quality service at an excellent value.

Ask today about the benefits of Hot Carbonating Extraction, available only from Chem-Dry.

Enjoy the many advantages of choosing Chem-Dry:

  • Superior Cleaning Power - Approved by the Carpet & Rug In/media-resources/stock-photography/flash_placeholder.jpgstitute
  • Dries in 1-2 hours, not 1-2 days
  • Our primary cleaner, The Natural®, is completely safe & non-toxic
  • Hot Carbonating Extraction cleans deep while optional Protectant restores stain-fighting to carpet fibers 
  • Chem-Dry resists resoiling - so your carpet fibers stay cleaner, longer 

    Chem-Dry is the world's largest carpet cleaning company, with more than 4,000 locations across the globe. Trust your carpets and upholstery to Chem-Dry.

    Call Now to Schedule an Appointment!   (615)790-7757

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