Carpet cleaning in Manahawkin, Toms River, and Freehold, NJ
Welcome to Joanne's Chem-Dry of New Jersey - Superior Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning
Since 1985, Joanne's Chem-Dry of New Jersey has been providing carpet cleaning and furniture cleaning for thousands of satisfied customers throughout Ocean and Monmouth counties. Chem-Dry is better than steam cleaning because our core cleaner, The Natural, uses the power of carbonation, so carpets are dry quickly and stay clean longer!
The Chem-Dry brand is the leader of the carpet and upholstery cleaning industry with innovative equipment and powerful cleaning solutions. Prolong the life of your carpets and upholstery with routine cleaning. Work will be performed by Joanne Chem-Dry's great team of certified technicians. Chem-Dry also has the most advanced products to provide all customers the highest quality service.
Your local, Joanne's Chem-Dry of New Jersey is not just about carpet and furniture cleaning. We also offer expertise in a variety of areas including in-plant oriental and area rug cleaning, tile, stone & grout cleaning, water damage restoration, leather cleaning, auto interior cleaning, carpet restretching and carpet repair. Click below to find out more about our services, or call (732) 244-8080 to learn more.
Enjoy the many advantages of choosing Chem-Dry:
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 Joanne's Chem-Dry of New Jersey Now to Schedule an Appointment!
1555 HIGHWAY 37 W STE 2
TOMS RIVER, NJ 08755-4964
Barnegat | Brick | Colts Neck | Freehold | Howell | Jackson | Lakewood | Little Egg Harbor | Little Silver | Long Beach Island | Long Branch | Manahawkin | Manalapan | Manasquan | Manchester | Middletown | Millstone | Ocean | Point Pleasant | Red Bank | Spring Lake | Tinton Falls | Toms River | Wall Township
*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.