Carbonated Carpet Cleaning

Jan 3, 2024 | Carpet Cleaning

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Chem-Dry has revolutionized carpet cleaning in Chicago with an innovative process called Hot Carbonating Extraction, a superior alternative to traditional steam cleaning. Our proprietary method eliminates the downsides of steam cleaning, such as excessive water usage, soggy carpet backing, and the residue left behind on carpet fibers.

The Carbonated Carpet Cleaner®

With our Hot Carbonating Extraction (HCE) approach, millions of tiny bubbles penetrate and dissolve dirt and stains on carpet fibers, effectively lifting leftover contaminants to the surface. Say goodbye to the need for excessive water flooding to extract dirt.

The power of carbonation replaces the use of harsh chemicals found in typical cleaning solutions. Instead, we utilize a safe and non-toxic solution called The Natural®. This non-toxic product works harder than many chemical-based alternatives in the market, without leaving behind any residual detergents that could harm your carpet fibers.

Experience drier, cleaner, and healthier carpets while improving their overall appearance and longevity. Trust Arevalo Bro’s Chem-Dry carpet cleaners in Chicago for an effective carpet cleaning experience.

Carpet Cleaning with Hot Carbonating Extraction: Unlocking the Benefits

At Arevalo Bro’s Chem-Dry Chicago, we understand the importance of your carpets in making your house feel like a home. We believe you shouldn’t have to wait days to enjoy them after cleaning, or worry about how clean they truly are.

That’s why we’ve developed a carpet cleaning process that is not only innovative but also addresses these needs. Our solution efficiently and swiftly eliminates deep-set dirt and grime from your carpets.

By choosing to harness the power of our carpet cleaning professionals and the proprietary HCE process, you’ll experience a multitude of benefits. Let’s explore just a few:

1. Experience Quick-Drying Results

Thanks to our HCE process, which requires significantly less water compared to traditional steam cleaning, your carpets will dry much faster — sometimes within an hour or two. Not only does this mean your home returns to normal sooner, but it also safeguards your carpet’s longevity. Excessive water exposure can lead to mold and mildew growth, ultimately shortening your carpet’s lifespan and posing health risks, especially for vulnerable residents.

2. Witness Proven Effectiveness

We don’t expect you to take our word for it when it comes to the effectiveness of our carpet cleaning process. An independent laboratory conducted a home health study on our solution, and the results speak for themselves. It demonstrated the elimination of non-living allergens* from carpets and upholstery. With such impressive statistics, you can confidently make a choice for your home and opt for Chem-Dry.

3. Enjoy a Longer-Lasting Clean

Soap or detergent residue left behind on your carpet can be stubborn to remove. These residues can act as magnets for dirt and grime, leading to quicker re-soiling and more frequent specialty stain removal carpet cleanings with traditional steam cleaning methods. At Chem-Dry, we’re committed to prolonging the life and beauty of your carpet. Our Hot Carbonating Extraction process avoids the use of soaps, making it easier to remove residue. Additionally, we offer extra carpet stain protectants to repel stains, ensuring your carpet remains in pristine condition for an extended period.

Your Healthy Home Starts Here®

Experience the difference that Arevalo Bro’s Chem-Dry Hot Carbonating Extraction can make in your carpet cleaning! Contact us today or give us a call at (708) 795-5932 now. Learn more about our innovative carpet cleaning in Chicago, Park Ridge, Oak Park, Morton Grove, Evanston, La Grange, Skokie, Norridge, Berwyn, and the surrounding areas.

*Based on 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 matter. Figures are an average across multiple homes.

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