Carpet Cleaning in Suffolk County, NY
The healthier, deeper carpet cleaner in Suffolk County.
Carpets will be cleaned deeper, but gently, with our carbonated cleaning.
Faster carpet drying time of 1-2 hours instead of 1-2 days.
Our Green Certified cleaning solution is safe for kids and pets.
A Healthier & Deeper Approach to Carpet Cleaning
At Carine Chem-Dry, we understand that your carpet is one of your biggest investments. That’s why we go above and beyond to provide the best possible carpet cleaning experience in Suffolk County. Our unique process uses Hot Carbonating Extraction to remove dirt, dust, and 98.1% of allergens from your carpet fibers, leaving them looking and feeling refreshed. We also use a low-moisture method to prevent mold and mildew growth, ensuring that you get back to dry carpets in a matter of hours and that your carpet stays clean and fresh for longer. Our team of carpet cleaning professionals will work diligently to ensure that your home looks and feels its best. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation!
Cleaner, healthier carpets in Suffolk County are just a few clicks away.
Carpet Cleaners in Suffolk County
Carpets are an essential part of any home in Suffolk County, and they need to be properly cared for in order to maintain their beauty and longevity. While vacuuming on a regular basis can help to remove surface dirt and dust, it is not enough to deep clean a carpet. Over time, carpets can become stained and matted, and they may even start to develop an unpleasant odor. Professional carpet cleaning from Carine Chem-Dry has the equipment and experience necessary to thoroughly clean carpets, removing all the dirt, grime, and stains. Plus our products are safe for use around children and pets, unlike typical carpet cleaning which relies on harsh chemicals and toxic detergents.
At Carine Chem-Dry, “We clean for your health like no one else.®” Get healthier and deeper carpet cleaning for your home in Suffolk County by scheduling an appointment with us today. We proudly offer free price estimates and would be happy to discuss more about what our service can accomplish for you over the phone. Give us a call today or submit a contact form and we’ll get back to you shortly. We look forward to working with you!
Read what people in Suffolk County are saying about their experience:
Carine Chem-Dry is awesome. My family has used them multiple times in multiple homes. They are always responsive and on time. They work fast and can almost magically remove any stain or imperfection. I highly recommend their services. They also are very reasonably priced. – Dominic G.
They came same day I called and did a great job, even tried to get a stain out of a chair for me and did not charge extra. Professional and polite! – Deb M.
Great business! Have been using for years now, never a problem! Always does great work!! – Pat O.
Professional and courteous and they did an amazing job in cleaning my carpets. – Casey L.
Working with Jimmy from Carine Chem-Dry has been a good experience. He pays attention to detail and genuinely cares about his customers. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend his services to anyone looking for carpet cleaning in Suffolk County. – Garrett K.
See the Difference for Yourself
The best way to decide whether to hire a carpet steam cleaner or to use the Carine Chem-Dry process is to look at the two methods side by side. Take a look below to see a sampling of the benefits Carine Chem-Dry carpet cleaning offers over steam cleaning in Suffolk County.
Side-by-Side Comparison: Carine Chem-Dry vs. Steam Cleaning
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|