Green Team Chem-Dry truly cares about providing our community with a better carpet cleaning option. We believe that our carpet cleaning method is the best out there, and our mission goes far beyond simply cleaning carpets. We want to help our customers live healthier lives in cleaner, healthier homes.
Chem-Dry developed a proprietary cleaning method – Hot Carbonating Extraction (HCE) – that are specially designed to clean for your health. HCE cleans carpets better than traditional steam cleaning. Instead of soaking your carpets with water and chemicals as most steam cleaning services do, Chem-Dry’s HCE cleaning method uses carbonation to get your carpets deeply clean without using excess water or harsh chemicals. In fact, HCE uses 80% less water than steam cleaning, which means your carpets will dry in just two hours or less when you choose Green Team Chem-Dry.
Instead of using harsh chemicals and soap to clean your carpets, HCE uses carbonation and all-natural cleaning products. Millions of tiny bubbles work their way into the fibers of your carpet and lift dirt, dust, allergens, and bacteria from within each layer of your carpet to the surface where our powerful extraction equipment whisks it all away. Just like club soda can effortlessly lift a stain from a shirt, HCE gets your carpets deeply clean using a fraction of the water of steam cleaning. Green Team Chem-Dry minimizes your inconvenience and allows you and your family to resume normal activities that same day.
Chem-Dry commissioned a leading independent laboratory to conduct a scientific study looking at the effectiveness of the HCE cleaning method in multiple homes. The lab’s research found that HCE removes an average of 98% of common household allergens from carpets and upholstery and 89% of airborne bacteria when a sanitizer is added to the process.*
Another reason why HCE is better for the overall health of your home goes back to our extremely fast dry time. Because HCE allows your carpets to dry in just two hours, mold and mildew don’t have time to grow underneath your damp carpets. When your carpets are left soaking wet for days after steam cleaning, mold and mildew could start to spread underneath your carpets unbeknownst to you.