Throughout York County and Lancaster County, this summer has been a season filled with fun. Whether it has been with the family at a reunion or with friends at the neighborhood barbecue, we’ve enjoyed the opportunity to be with one another. With the warmer weather, a lot of us have been coming and going from our homes quite a bit. While you may not notice it, this has taken quite a toll on your home’s cleanliness, particularly with your carpets and upholstery.
Whether it has been from the kids tracking in dirt and grass on their shoes or the dirty pet coming in the home after a storm, a significant amount of dirt and dust has made its way indoors and been trapped in the carpets and upholstery. While vacuuming is a good start, it won’t truly solve the problem at its core. Most of this dirt and grime has become so heavily compacted from daily traffic that you will need a cleaning professional to come and solve the problem. This year, consider wrapping up the summer season and preparing for the cooler months spent indoors with deep carpet cleaning and upholstery cleaning from the experts at Clean Nation Chem-Dry.
Extracting Hidden Dirt and Grime From Your Carpets
You’d be disgusted to fully uncover all of the dirt and grime that is hiding out in your carpet’s fibers. When you leave your carpets unchecked after the summer season, your family could be exposed to months of build up of allergens and grime during the fall and winter. Taking the time now to deep clean your carpets with the help of Clean Nation Chem-Dry will give you increased peace of mind and make your home a much more comfortable place to enjoy. At Clean Nation Chem-Dry, we truly clean for your health like no one else.
A Healthier and Deeper Carpet Cleaning Process
Unlike typical carpet cleaning services, we use an innovative technique in our process called Hot Carbonating Extraction. Instead of blasting your carpets with gallons of soapy and toxic chemically based water, we rely on the power of carbonation and a green certified cleaning solution to safely and effectively clean your home’s carpets. The millions of tiny bubbles in our carbonated cleaning attracts deeply-set grime and brings it to the surface where our powerful suction equipment thoroughly extracts it. You get no left behind dirt attracting residue, just clean and healthy carpets in a matter of hours!
To further prove the effectiveness of our carpet cleaning process, a laboratory study found that our process also removes 98.1% of allergens from carpets. This means that your family will be able to enjoy a cleaner and healthier environment in your home.
Post-Summer Upholstery Cleaning
Your upholstered furniture also requires some cleaning attention after the activity filled summer days. Especially if you have kids, the chances are that they’ve seen their fair share of wet swimsuits, sunscreen-slathered legs, and muddy clothes.
The good news is that Clean Nation Chem-Dry also provides a highly effective upholstery cleaning service to tackle these issues. To effectively clean your upholstery from set-in oils, dust, dirt, and other built-up grime, we tackle these with our Hot Carbonating Extraction method as well! The carbonation penetrates deeply into the upholstery fabrics to provide your furniture with a refreshing clean that can even make some of the oldest furniture look like new once more!
We even offer a protectant package to help keep your furniture looking its best as your kids head back to school and as we approach the holiday season. This protectant forms a repellant around upholstery fabrics to shield them against future mishaps so that they stay cleaner for much longer.
Carpet and Upholstery Cleaners in York County and Lancaster County
Wrap up summer by ensuring that your home in York County or Lancaster County gets a deep clean from the experts at Clean Nation Chem-Dry. Call (803) 913-3955 today to schedule your post-summer cleaning. We proudly provide carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning, and other professional cleaning services to homes and businesses in Rock Hill, Fort Mill, York, Tega Cay, Lake Wylie, Clover, Lancaster, and Indian Land.