Peachy-Kleen Chem-Dry Carpet Cleaning | Santa Cruz CA | Upholstery Cleaners
Welcome to Peachy-Kleen Chem-Dry in Santa Cruz, CA
Peachy Kleen Chem-Dry—a family owned and operated business—has been leading the carpet cleaning and upholstery cleaning industries in Santa Cruz County, CA for over 34 years. We stand on principles of honesty and integrity that have led us to be voted “THE BEST OF” five times in a poll taken by Good Times Weekly. Peachy Kleen has built a reputation around its effective carpet cleaning methods and dedication to customers. Our promise is that we will treat each home as if it were our own. Our professional carpet cleaning technicians are trained to deliver top-quality service at affordable value throughout Santa Cruz County, California. The best carpet cleaning company in Santa Cruz, CA.
We have been named the "Best Of" for carpet cleaning in Santa Cruz five times since 2003!
Enjoy the many advantages of choosing Peachy-Kleen Chem-Dry for carpet cleaning in Santa Cruz, CA:
Superior Carpet Cleaning Power - Approved by the Carpet & Rug Institute
Carpets, rugs and furniture dry in 1-2 hours, not 1-2 days like Santa Cruz's steam cleaning companies
Our primary cleaner, The Natural®, is completely safe & non-toxic for the environment and your home, family and pets
Our revolutionary cleaner, PURT (Pet Odor & Stain Removal), has been proven to make even your worst pet stains and odors disappear
Chem-Dry resists resoiling - so your carpet fibers and furniture items stay cleaner, longer (unlike steam cleaning)
Serving Santa Cruz County, including: Aptos, Watsonville, Boulder Creek, Capitola & Santa Cruz, California. See our additional Service Areas.
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 Santa Cruz's industry leader: Peachy Kleen Chem-Dry.
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Peachy Kleen Chem-Dry Service Areas: Santa Cruz, Aptos, Capitola, Soquel, Felton, Ben Lomond, Boulder Creek, and Watsonville.
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