NORTH AMERICAN CHEM-DRY BLOG

By following the North American Chem-Dry blog, you’ll receive the latest and most useful industry tips when it comes to carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning, tile and grout cleaning, and more! Proudly serving customers throughout Sonoma and the surrounding areas.

Spring Cleaning For Allergies

Spring Cleaning For Allergies

Spring cleaning can be a great way to alleviate your allergies. Allergens tend to lurk around your home, making your allergy symptoms worse. Fortunately, you can remove them from your house and breathe easier. Here are 10 simple steps to spring clean for your...

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Rug Cleaning Vs Carpet Cleaning

Rug Cleaning Vs Carpet Cleaning

It's easy to make the mistake of believing that area rugs and carpets are the same and can be cleaned the same way. Believing this had lead people to ruin beautiful rugs. Here is the hard truth, area rugs and carpet are very different and need to be cleaned by...

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Ever Wondered Just How Dirty Your Carpets Are?

Ever Wondered Just How Dirty Your Carpets Are?

If you've watched your kids play on your carpets or ever laid down on your carpets yourself, you might find yourself wondering just how dirty your carpets are. We have bad news for you: there are about 200,000 bacteria that live in the typical home's carpet. That...

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What Makes Chem-Dry Green?

What Makes Chem-Dry Green?

If you're looking for a green carpet cleaner, you're in the right place! You might be wondering what makes North American Chem-Dry a great green choice for your carpet cleaning in the Sonoma area. Here's what makes Chem-Dry green. Our Commitment to Your Health At...

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Is it a Cold, Flu, or Allergies?

Is it a Cold, Flu, or Allergies?

As winter approaches, so does flu season. It seems like everyone has the sniffles this time of year. However, do you know how to tell what has you feeling sick? The common cold, flu, and seasonal allergies all have similar symptoms, but different causes. Here are some...

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How to Remove Blood from Carpets

How to Remove Blood from Carpets

From bloody noses to paper cuts to scrapes and scratches, sometimes blood ends up on the carpet. Blood can be difficult to remove from carpets, but you don't need to panic. Bloodstains can be removed with the right know-how and a little patience. Just follow these...

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What To Look For In A Carpet Cleaner

What To Look For In A Carpet Cleaner

You know that carpets need to be cleaned every 6-12 months. You know it's time to get a carpet cleaner to take care of the carpets in your home. However, do you know what to look for in a carpet cleaner? Not all carpet cleaning companies are created equal, so you need...

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6 Quick Cleaning Tips

6 Quick Cleaning Tips

At North American Chem-Dry, our goal is to help you have a clean, healthy home. That's why we've put together a quick list of tips to help you have a cleaner, healthier home. These things are things that people often forget about but are generally pretty quick and...

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North American Chem-Dry vs. Steam Cleaning

North American Chem-Dry vs. Steam Cleaning

There are a lot of carpet cleaning companies in Sonoma. How do you choose between North American Chem-Dry and all of the steam cleaners in Sonoma Valley? You might be wondering what the difference between all of these cleaners even is. That's why we've put together a...

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We provide superior residential and commercial carpet and upholstery cleaning services throughout Sonoma County, CA including: Sonoma, Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Cotati, Rohnert Park, Glen Ellen, Kenwood, Sebastapol, Windsor, Healdsburg, and the surrounding areas.

 

North American
Chem-Dry

19558 8th St E
Sonoma CA 95476
Sonoma: (707) 938-9614
Petaluma: (707) 762-9999
Santa Rosa: (707) 578-2001
Hours: Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm
Sat: 10am-2pm

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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.