Having a clean and safe home is important. This service helps keep your family safe from germs, viruses, and bacteria that can make you sick. We apply high-grade sanitizers, like the ones used in hospitals, that can remove the most germs possible from your home unlike other general cleaning solutions. We recommend this service for anyone looking to keep their home clean in-between regular deep cleaning appointments, and especially for those who need a healthier home! Keep reading to learn more about Chem-Dry of East Alabama's sanitizing services.
When you're looking for sanitizing services, you can count on us. Our customers in Auburn and Opelika, AL that we serve have become long-time, satisfied clients. In these challenging and health-focused times, having a clean and safe home is important. That’s why you can trust our professionally-trained, hard-working and friendly technicians to understand your specific needs and provide a cleaner, healthier home for you and your family.
Chem-Dry is proud to offer our thorough Sanitizing Service to the full suite of surfaces we clean. Our professionally-trained technicians will apply our hospital-grade sanitizer according to our rigid protocols to the high-contact and low-contact areas of your home.
Our professional technicians will apply sanitizers to the High and Low Contact areas of your home that you request
High Touch Areas can include:
Low Touch Areas include:
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:
Chem-Dry remains committed to providing solutions and services that give you the peace of mind of knowing your home is cleaner, safer and healthier.
As your Healthy Home partner, we are committed to providing solutions and services that give you the peace of mind of knowing your home is cleaner, safer and healthier.
Our hope is that you become a long-time client for years to come. We are proud to serve this community with industry-leading services including our new Sanitizing Service.
1Based on independent lab testing associated with EPA registration #s 87742-1-92595, 84683-3-74771 and 70385-6. Sealed stone and VCT surfaces were evaluated. Bacteria and viruses tested include salmonella, influenza and E. coli.
2Our sanitizers associated with EPA registration #s 87742-1-92595, 84683-3-74771 and 70385-6 have been approved by the EPA for use against the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19.
We are here to help your home become healthier. When you are ready, let us know how we can help by clicking the link below for a free quote!
Sanitizing can help keep your family healthy in addition to CDC recommended guidelines for general healthy living. Our sanitizers can easily be reapplied as often as you feel necessary. We recommend sanitizing your home as part of a deep carpet cleaning service and at least once in between regular deep clean appointments.
Every home is furnished differently so contact us directly for questions about specific fabrics and surfaces. In general our sanitizers shouldn't stain. They are often clear solutions. What can sometimes occur while the sanitizer is drying is evaporating water bringing deep dirt to the surface. We call that wicking. To prevent this we provide a courtesy wipe, light sweep or vacuum to clear to the surface of visible dirt and debris before applying sanitizers. We also recommend deep cleaning carpets and upholstery regularly to clear out the dirt embedded in the fibers to keep wicking to a minimum. You can find more information about carpet and upholstery cleaning services under our services tab at the top of the website.