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Each year, people spend over $10 billion on flu-related doctor’s visits and trips to the hospital.  200,000 Americans are hospitalized due... read more read more
Prepare yourself for cold & flu season with these 5 quick tips for survival! read more
Hot off the presses! Enjoy our 2016 Checklist for New Year's Resolutions Success. It's sometimes tough to stay committed to those... read more
We all know that knowledge is power, and the knowledge we share is designed to empower you with helpful hints and tips so your holidays are... read more
Don't wait until the last minute to prepare your home for guests this holiday season. Save time and focus on the important things like... read more
Fall brings a kaleidoscope of colors, cooler temperatures and, for many of us, the onset of major allergy season. As the leaves fall and... read more
We've enjoyed following the story of the "Good Cemetarian" Andrew Lumish for the last few weeks. We thought we'd share... read more
To DIY or DDIY...that is the question. Read our quick guide to three projects you should leave to the pros! read more
Winter is on our doorstep. With it comes a season of celebration. Parties, gatherings, and festivities of every sort will soon populate our... read more read more
Fall allergies, flu viruses and colds share some of the same symptoms: sneezing, a runny or stuffy nose; coughing; itchy nose and throat;... read more


*Based on studies conducted by independent laboratories of Chem-Dry’s HCE (Hot Carbonating Extraction), P.U.R.T. (Pet Urine Removal Treatment), Granite Countertop Renewal, and Tile, Stone & Grout cleaning processes. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. Pet odor results based on testing with the most common odor sources found in dog and cat urine. Pet urine bacteria results based on Chem-Dry’s HCE cleaning process and a sanitizer, combined with P.U.R.T. All bacteria results include use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple tests.