Chem-Dry Carpet Cleaning Celebrates More Than Quarter-Century Of Service In Brazos County

College Station-based Chem-Dry of Brazos County offers carpet cleaning for homes and businesses in Bryan and College Station, Texas. The firm does not use soap or chemicals in the cleaning process.

Chem-Dry of Brazos County and Brad Ayers are pleased to announce that the carpet cleaning firm has been providing services throughout the area for more than twenty-five years. The cleaning process relies on the power of carbonation, rather than on the application of chemicals or soap. This procedure leaves carpets drier, cleaner and healthier than other cleaning methods and products. The company is owned and operated by Brad and Sue Ayers, long-time residents of College Station. Over the past quarter-century, the commitment to service has led to hundreds of satisfied customers and several awards and accreditations in the carpet cleaning industry.

The firm has been recognized by awards such as the 2015 Chem-Dry Perpetual Excellence Award, 2016 Chem-Dry Ambassador Award, and 2017 Chem-Dry Training Excellence Award. Community publications have also recognized Brad and Sue with awards from "Best of the Brazos" in 2004, 2006, 2009, 2011 and 2012, as well as the Eagle's Readers Choice Award in 2016 and 2017.

According to Brad, "Our process is chemical-free and relies on the carbonation to deliver a deeper clean and healthier results which you will love. The cleaning process includes several steps to deliver a cleaner and healthier home. The appointment begins with a consultation with a knowledgeable and experienced technician. He explains the process, identifies potential problem areas and provides recommended solutions before moving forward with the deep cleaning service."

“He then applies The Natural to the carpet" he continues. "The Natural is a proprietary cleaning solution and the signature element of the green-certified service. It is chemical-free and creates millions of tiny bubbles which lift embedded dirt to the surface of your carpet. The next step is to use the Hot Carbonating Extraction (HCE) to remove dirt, allergens, and bacteria from the carpet. The final step is to clean up. Drying time is much less than other methods."

Contact Info:
Name: Brad Ayers
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Organization: Chem-Dry of Brazos County
Address: 5400 Elmo Weedon Rd., College Station TX 77845
Phone: (979) 776-9833

Release ID: 250733