|Chem-Dry Hot Carbonating Extraction||Typical Steam Cleaning|
|Carbonating, active cleaning solution||Flat, inactive cleaning solution|
|No soaps or detergents||Harsh chemicals and detergents|
|No sticky residue, resists resoiling||Sticky residue encourages resoiling|
|Low water quantity||High water quantity|
|Low pressure application||High pressure application|
|Short drying time, 1-2 hours||Long drying time, 1-2 days|
|Green solutions, healthier cleaning method||Excessive water can cause mold, mildew|
Carpets serve as natural air filters in your home, trapping dust and non-living allergens from the air and keeping them from your lungs. Over time, though, those particles can accumulate, and eventually, they can be released back into your home in greater concentrations. Many homeowners may not be aware of the issue and suffer the negative health effects without realizing there are simple solutions available.
Some choose to hire a professional carpet steam cleaner to come to the home and clean the carpets for them. Others will either buy or rent their own steam carpet cleaner and struggle with the machine before finally throwing up their hands and calling a professional anyway. It’s certainly possible to steam clean carpet yourself, but it carries the same problems as hiring a professional carpet steam cleaner with the added hassle of wrestling with an unwieldy piece of equipment. There is a better professional solution available.
When searching for a quality carpet cleaner, keep in mind that not all carpet cleaning services are created equal. There are several key factors that separate a high quality carpet cleaning process that delivers a healthier cleaning for your carpets and home from one that drenches your carpets with gallons of water and harsh cleaners. These factors explain why our unique hot carbonating extraction system offers a deeper, faster drying, healthier carpet cleaning experience than typical steam cleaning services.
When you steam clean carpet, you saturate it with an excessive amount of water filled with soaps and detergents. This results in carpets that remain wet for 1-2 days, which creates a breeding ground for mold. Plus the soapy residue left behind by carpet steam cleaners attracts dirt and causes your carpets to get dirty much faster.
Our process is different. Instead of soaking your carpets with water like a carpet steam cleaner, our process employs millions of microscopic bubbles to explode dirt from deep in your carpet fibers, so we only need to use a fraction of the water that a typical steam carpet cleaner uses—almost 80% less in fact. We also use a natural carpet cleaner instead of a cleaner with heavy soaps and detergents. After the carbonation releases and lifts the dirt, our high powered equipment extracts the dirt and moisture from the carpet. While the drying time relies on several factors, such as humidity, airflow, and the carpet itself, the carpet will typically be dry within just an hour or two and ready for you to enjoy.
So while carpet steam cleaners use excessive amounts of water that often soaks through to the carpet backing and creates a breeding ground for mold and mildew, our low-moisture process doesn’t carry the same risk and offers a safer and more convenient carpet cleaning solution. Plus, your carpets dry in just a few hours, not 1-2 days like with typical steam carpet cleaning, and your carpet stays cleaner longer because there is no soapy residue left behind.
With us, carpet cleaning doesn’t need to be a hassle…
The best way to decide whether to hire a carpet steam cleaner or to use our process is to look at the two methods side by side. Watch the video below to see for yourself the benefits of our carpet cleaning offers over traditional steam cleaning.
Minimum charge may apply. Not valid with other offers. Hot Carbonating Extraction Cleaning Method. Expires 12/20/22 Call Chem-Dry of La Salle County at (815) 223-8810.
Minimum charge may apply. Not valid with other offers. Hot Carbonating Extraction Cleaning Method. Expires 12/20/22. Call Chem-Dry of La Salle County at (815) 223-8810.