Mr. Chem-Dry Offers Carpet Cleaning in Centerville Utah

December 03, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Mr. Chem-Dry has announced that they are offering carpet cleaning services in Centerville, Utah. With the weather in Utah resulting in a lot of dirt and dust in the air, and family members, pets and friends stepping on the carpet, the need to clean the carpet is a necessity. This is why the carpet cleaning Centerville Utah company offers state of the art and completely environmentally safe cleaning methods using advanced cleaning materials. They ensure that their carpet cleaning process is not detrimental to the environment and to the people in the home.

Daryl Olsen, owner and president of Mr. Chem-Dry in Centerville, Utah, says, “We are a Chem-Dry franchise and we serve Salt Lake, Davis & Weber counties and we take pride in our experience, systems, education, reputation, and guarantee to provide the best cleaning service possible to our clients.”

They use the Natural® Chem-Dry proprietary solution that offers deep down cleaning without the harsh chemicals and detergents often used in other solutions. One great advantage of this proprietary cleaning solution is that it requires 80 percent less water compared to the conventional processes. This means that the carpets, upholstery, rugs, furniture, and more can be totally dry within one to two hours instead of a number of days with the regular cleaning solutions.

The cleaning process that they use has been found to be ideal for carpets, rugs, and any upholstery or fabric. It has also been found to be safe and it has been Green Certified. They make use of a truck mounted unit that heats up the cleaning solution to a temperature of 230 degrees and then the PowerHead Machine® that also has a patented Amplified Extraction applies the solution so that it glides, spins and sucks the dirt away. This solution also excels in getting rid of urine and pet stains.

Mr. Chem-Dry also offers various kinds of cleaning services aside from carpet cleaning, such as green cleaning, rug cleaning, tile cleaning, and upholstery cleaning. As previously discussed, they use the Natural® Chem-Dry proprietary solution to ensure green cleaning. This makes use of an innovative cleaning process that employs carbonation and environment-friendly ingredients. They don’t use soaps, surfactants, detergents, optical brighteners, organic solvents, phosphates, bleaches, thickeners, petroleum-based materials, plastics, artificial colors, fragrances, and polymers. Natural® Chem-Dry is guaranteed to be safe and non-toxic.

They also offer pet odor removal treatment. Pet urine has such a strong odor that cannot be removed by just cleaning, rubbing, dousing, and soaking. When pet urine dries, it is in the form of urine crystals, which is much more concentrated and much more pungent. Natural® Chem-Dry has been found to get rid of the pungent smell of pet urine. This is because in the hot carbonated extraction cleaning system, tiny bubbles are made to permeate that particular area where pet urine is present. The tiny bubbles lift out the dirt, debris and the pet urine crystals so that these are removed from the rug, carpet, or upholstery. If the pet urine crystals are just left untreated, they will penetrate deeper into the rugs, carpets, and upholstery, and may even get into the foundation and frame of the house. They make use of a particular product, known as P.U.R.T., or Pet Urine Removal Treatment®, which will make the area smell like new again and as if there never was any pet urine.

Mr. Chem-Dry also provides tile cleaning services. Over time, the tiles and grout become tarnished, making them look ugly. The tile and grout technicians from Mr. Chem-Dry have more than 20 years of experience, cleaning tiles in homes in the Salt Lake, Davis and Weber counties. The tile and grout cleaning process is done through a number of steps. First, they conduct pretests and a thorough examination of the tiles to determine the best possible solution. Second, they setup the area, cordoning it off and inspecting various considerations, such as animal companions, electrical outlets, and more. This is followed by the actual tile cleaning process. And finally, if requested, they will apply sealants.

Those who are interested in carpet cleaning services in Centerville and neighboring areas can visit the Mr. Chem-Dry website or contact them through the telephone or via email.

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For more information about Mr. Chem-Dry, contact the company here:

Mr. Chem-Dry
Daryl Olsen
801-298-8125
customerservice@mrcd.com
1164 West 850 North
Centerville, Utah 84014

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