SAN JUAN COUNTY CHEM-DRY BLOG

Stay up to date on the latest industry news including carpet cleaning tips, healthy home ideas and more in the San Juan County Chem-Dry blog! Proudly serving customers from La Plata to Farmington to Navajo Dam!

Holiday Tile Cleaning

Holiday Tile Cleaning

Tile Cleaning Should Be Part of Your Holiday Prep The Holiday Season is in full swing! That really means that baking and holiday meal season is definitely on. Especially this year, you're probably going to be inside cooking quite a bit. You deserve a clean space to do...

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Winter Flood Risks

Winter Flood Risks

How to Avoid Winter Flood Risks It is just about winter here in New Mexico. Snow will be following, temperatures will cool, and the risk of your house flooding will go up. House floods are really no laughing matter at all. They can lead to a number of health and home...

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Get to Know Your Vacuum

Get to Know Your Vacuum

Vacuum Attachments & Settings Vacuuming is critical to keeping your carpets clean, healthy, soft, and beautiful. Regular vacuuming can actually improve your indoor air quality so it literally helps you to breathe easier. You may not think that vacuuming is a super...

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Maintaining Area Rugs in High Traffic Areas

Maintaining Area Rugs in High Traffic Areas

Keep Your Area Rugs Looking Like New Many people choose to invest in area rugs and place them in high traffic areas of their homes to protect wood, tile, or carpeted floors. But what's protecting the beautiful rug from damage? Keeping your rugs looking their best can...

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What Makes Chem-Dry Green?

What Makes Chem-Dry Green?

We Care About You San Juan County Chem-Dry is dedicated to keeping your home and family safe and healthy. Our services are designed to remove allergens, bacteria, and other hazardous material from your home so that your family has a clean, safe place to live. We do...

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We Apply Sanitizer To Homes & Workspaces

We Apply Sanitizer To Homes & Workspaces

Superior Santizier Application Service in Farmington, NM San Juan County Chem-Dry is an expert at making homes and workplaces safer and healthier through our special sanitizer application service. Chem-Dry is the world’s largest carpet and floor cleaning company. It's...

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Cleaning Up A Dog Accident

Cleaning Up A Dog Accident

Even the best dogs sometimes have accidents in the house. Especially when that dog isn't getting out as much or their schedule is thrown off. Both of those things are common among pet owners in Farmington, NM as we all try to adjust to the current pandemic. San Juan...

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Rug Cleaning Tips

Rug Cleaning Tips

Rugs may seem a lot like carpet, but they are actually very different. Their construction, coloring, overall materials, etc. make them unique. Unfortunately many people don't know this. They go out and buy very expensive rugs and then ruin them by treating and...

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Clean Your Office Carpets

Clean Your Office Carpets

Keeping a clean office is extremely important for the health and morale of your employees and customers who may frequent your office. We don't just mean making sure desks are cleaned and garbage emptied, but getting your office's carpet professionally cleaned can lead...

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We provide superior residential and commercial carpet and upholstery cleaning services throughout San Juan County, NM including: Farmington, Aztec, Bloomfield, Kirtland, Fruitland, Flora Vista, Shiprock, Waterflow, Blanco, Cedar Hill, La Plata, Lee Acres, Navajo Dam, Riverside & Upper Fruitland.

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*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of Chem-Dry’s Hot Carbonating Extraction process. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. All bacteria results include use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple homes. Hard surface bacteria tests were based on independent lab testing associated with EPA registration #s 84683-3-74771 and 70385-6; sealed stone and VCT surfaces were evaluated and bacteria tested include salmonella, influenza and E. coli.