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Chem-Dry's NEW Sanitizing Service!


As the Healthy Home Authority, Chem-Dry has been making our customers’ homes cleaner, healthier and safer for over 25 years.  We have been doing that by using our proprietary Hot Carbonating Extraction process combined with EPA-registered, hospital-grade sanitizers.

But in these challenging and health-focused times, having a clean and safe home is more important than ever. Which is why Chem-Dry is now making Sanitizing into its very own core service! This will make it so our clients can trust our professionally-trained, hard-working and friendly technicians to understand their specific sanitizing needs and provide a cleaner, safer and healthier home. They will do this by following specific safety guidelines along with an outlined process which are both outlined below: 


Our professional technicians will apply sanitizers to the High and Low Contact areas of your home that you request

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High Touch Areas can include:

  • Door handles and knobs
  • Countertops
  • Light switches
  • Refrigerator door handles
  • Stair rails
  • Any other areas of concern requested

Low Touch Areas include:

  • Carpets, area rugs and upholstery
  • Hardwood, engineered wood and luxury vinyl tile floors
  • Stone, Tile & Grout surfaces

As part of our Sanitizing Service, our technicians will identify the areas of concern and vacuum, sweep or wipe away any visible dirt or debris before applying our sanitizers. We’ll use a combination of wiping, misting, and spraying to apply our sanitizer based on what’s appropriate for each high contact area. We’ll apply sanitizers to low contact areas with a sprayer, taking care to avoid excessive saturation. 


Our goal is to keep your family and our technicians healthy and safe. Our professional technicians are trained to take special precautions including:

  • Observing safe physical distancing and minimizing physical interactions with customers
  • Use of personal protective equipment (PPE)including gloves, safety glasses, masks and shoe coverings while in the home
  • Regularly washing hands before, during and after each service
  • Completing an application of our hospital-grade sanitizers and wipe down of equipment in between each cleaning service along with a daily comprehensive sanitization of our equipment

For more information on our new sanitizing service, give us a call at 909-501-5375 or take a look at our sanitizing service page: