Precision Chem-Dry of DFW
Dallas County and Southern Collin County, TEXAS,
About Precision Chem-Dry of DFW
When you choose Precision Chem-Dry of DFW for your carpet and upholstery cleaning needs in Dallas and Southern Collin Counties, you're getting the industry's finest in cleaning equipment and solutions. We offer the trust and confidence of using the leading national brand combined with our friendly, local service. As a Chem-Dry professional, we are trained to deliver superior service and quality. Our goal is to help you spend less time worrying about whether your carpets and furniture are clean and safe and more time enjoying your family in a healthy home. Precision Chem-Dry of DFW's healthier, deeper cleaning process uses less water and a natural cleaner to give you the peace of mind of having a truly clean home that's safe for your kids and pets.
The Power of Carbonation
Carpets cleaned by Precision Chem-Dry of DFW are left not only sparkling clean, but they dry in a couple of hours, not a couple of days. So there’s less disruption for you and your family. Our superior process combines our unique carbonated cleaning solution with extreme heat for a deeper, more effective carpet cleaning. Carbonation creates a powerful reaction that deep cleans carpets in a safe and gentle way, while using just a small amount of moisture. Relying on the bubbles to penetrate to the base of the carpet and lift dirt to the surface, Precision Chem-Dry of DFW won’t soak your carpets, which can create a breeding ground for mold and bacteria. With Precision Chem-Dry of DFW, you’ll enjoy deep cleaned carpets that dry faster and a healthier home.
Cleaning that’s Green & Clean
Our main cleaning solution, The Natural®, is green-certified and made entirely from natural ingredients – no soaps, detergents, solvents, enzymes or other harsh chemicals. That means you get a 100% Green & Eco-Friendly carpet cleaning that is safe and non-toxic for your children and pets.
Jamal is very professional and does an outstanding job. I will use his service again.