Housecleaning is a never-ending chore, much like swallowing your saliva so it doesn't constantly stream down your chin. Let someone else do the dirty work with this Groupon.
$75 for $150 Worth of Carpet or Upholstery Cleaning
Chem-Dry’s cleaners tackle wall-to-wall carpets in a 12’x12’ area ($175) and a 12’x17’ area ($204), and clean three-seat sofas ($133 on average). The cleaners also move light furniture—such as small tables and chairs—out of the way free of charge.
Chem-Dry of NYC
Chem-Dry of NYC has been practicing eco-friendly cleaning for almost two decades, employing a process that features biodegradable chemicals to purify carpet and upholstery. Its carbonation technique and hot-water extraction combine to efficiently whisk dirt and grime from each fiber of carpet; the carbonated cleaner shakes dirt loose before it’s sucked away for good. The cleaners’ visit doesn’t leave any soapy residue behind to lure filth back, so carpets and chairs tend to stay clean, like the mouth of someone getting paid not to swear at family functions. Chem-Dry uses one-fifth the water of traditional steam cleaning, which both preserves natural resources and makes carpets dry within one to two hours. Additionally, the nontoxic compounds make the process safe for kids, pets, and allergy sufferers.
78% of 37 customers recommend
“Excellent service, and very professional. The owner even dropped by since he was in the area to make sure everything was satisfactory. The carpet looks like new, and...”
“Excellent service, and very professional. The owner even dropped by since he was in the area to make sure everything was satisfactory. The carpet looks like new, and the natural citrus smell is much better then a chemical smell that most carpet cleaners leave. ”
“There was an additional $50 fee on top of the $75 paid for $150 worth of upholstery cleaning, something to do with a "special chemical" needed to clean "water...”
“There was an additional $50 fee on top of the $75 paid for $150 worth of upholstery cleaning, something to do with a "special chemical" needed to clean "water stains," the worst of which did not come out anyway, which made the additional fee seem like a bit of a hustle. Since only a few areas on the couch needed cleaning (the arms and back not cushions), the price seemed high for the service. That said, the guy was professional and did a pretty decent job. ”