Carpet Cleaning Fort Wayne, IN
Call: (260) 409-1138 – Superior carpet cleaning services from Chem-Dry of Fort Wayne in Allen County, IN. Drier. Cleaner. Healthier.®
Chem-Dry of Fort Wayne is proud to use all-natural products and chemical-free carpet cleaning solutions for healthier results for your home: Schedule Appointment Online
Our Carpet Cleaning Service:
Our service begins with a consultation from our 5 Star Technician. He will determine the best cleaning methods and proper care for your carpet and be able to answer every question you have concerning our process and the expected results.
Chem-Dry of Fort Wayne will then vacuum the carpet in order to remove surface-level dirt and dust. We vacuum along baseboards and beneath furniture too.
The Natural® contains a mixture of water and carbonation that doesn’t include soap or detergents. The mixture uses “the power of carbonation” to lift deep dirt from the carpet fibers and bring it to the surface.
The Natural® is green-certified and found on the FDA GRAS list. It is 100% safe for you, your family and your home.
Hot Carbonating Extraction (HCE)
Our HCE cleaning process features suction and heated extraction to purge dirt and contaminants from your carpet as well as remaining traces of The Natural® solution.
HCE has been proven to remove over 98% of allergens from carpet and owns several industry recommendations.
All of the dirt and allergens are extracted from HCE into our hoses and retained in our disposal tanks outside of your home.
Neither The Natural nor HCE require much moisture. In fact, we use 80% less water than steam cleaning and other carpet cleaning companies. The end result is carpet that dries fast.
Lastly, we rake the carpet so that the fibers stand up and dry much faster. The end result is beautiful and healthier carpets for your home.
Chem-Dry of Fort Wayne guarantees satisfaction for our customers in Allen County, IN. If you don’t love our service or your carpet, please call us at (260) 409-1138 and we will do our best to ensure you are 100% satisfied.
Chem-Dry of Fort Wayne provides safe and successful stain removal for carpet and for furniture stains too. “If we can’t clean it, no one can!”
Every cleaning solution and process we use for our professional stain removal service has been tested through Chem-Dry innovation and experimentation.
Commercial Carpet Cleaning
Chem-Dry of Fort Wayne offers flexible scheduling, expertise and healthier solutions as part of our commercial carpet cleaning for businesses in Allen County, IN.
Our commercial carpet cleaning uses very minimal moisture so that your business’ carpet is dry before your employees or customers arrive.
Learn about additional services from Chem-Dry of Fort Wayne in Allen County, IN:
Expert upholstery cleaning to remove unwanted dust, dirt and stains from your furniture and fabric.
Area Rug Cleaning
Our technicians perform proven solutions and techniques for safe and successful rug cleaning.
Pet Urine Odor Removal
P.U.R.T.® (pet urine removal treatment) from Chem-Dry removes harmful urine odors in 24-36 hours.
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Chem-Dry of Fort Wayne Testimonials:
“Brad from Chem-Dry of Fort Wayne was friendly, professional and able to remove all of the stains from my old carpet. I have tried many of the carpet cleaners near me and Chem-Dry of Fort Wayne is the best. I will be recommending to friends and family.” – Janet L., Fort Wayne, IN
“I love how my carpets look and that their service is healthy. Thank you, Chem-Dry of Fort Wayne!” – Tina G., Fort Wayne, IN
“Chem-Dry of Fort Wayne did a fantastic job on my carpet and my furniture too! Will never use another carpet cleaner again.” Tom S., Fort Wayne, IN
Telephone: (260) 409-1138
Location: 4305 Tacoma Ave, Fort Wayne, IN 46807
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Saturday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Named in honor of General Anthony Wayne, The City of Fort Wayne was once a trading post located at the confluence of three important rivers: St. Joseph, St. Mary, and Maumee.
Today, the city is the second largest in Indiana. Platted in 1823, Fort Wayne was set on the road to development when the establishment of the railroad and the completion of the Wabash and Erie Canal, which connected the city to the Great Lakes and Mississippi River.
The city has approximately 260,000 inhabitants, many of whom are employed by the defense industry based here. Our economy is diverse and span the gamut of transportation, healthcare, finance, hospitality, and service.
Throughout the 1900s, Fort Wayne’s biggest output was in manufacturing. Companies like Falstaff Brewing Corporation, General Electric, Magnavox, Tokheim were the biggest employers in the city. After the economic delay of the 1980s, Fort Wayne bounced back through the hard work of our leaders. The city diversified and ensures that our citizens were employed by several sectors, and not just one.
Historically, Fort Wayne is known as a city of innovations. Inventions such as the gasoline pump, the refrigerator, and the first video gaming console, all came out of Fort Wayne. It’s also the cultural seat of Allen County, full of performing arts theatres, music festivals, philharmonic orchestras, and museums of art. The Fort Wayne Zoo, which is said to be the best maintained in the country, and the Botanical Conservatory gardens draw attention for their focus on conservation and research.
Aside from massive cultural events like the Johnny Appleseed and The Three Rivers Festival, Fort Wayne also draws tourists for its fairs and sporting events.
In 1883, Fort Wayne hosted the first lighted evening baseball game in record. The city’s riversides are often used for exercise and recreation. Fort Wayne developed the River-Greenway, a few decades ago, adding to its title of a Tree City. There are 90 miles of recreational trails throughout the county, along the river banks, created for the purpose of jogging, biking, skating, and walking.
Fort Wayne has one major interstate, the I-69, running through it to Indianapolis in the south and the Canadian border to the north. This is intersected by the Airport Expressway, a four-lane highway, which takes the citizens directly to Fort Wayne International Airport. The Amtrak Capitol Limited runs 25 miles north of the city. There are talks of a high-speed rail corridor, running through Fort Wayne.
Fort Wayne has a large and thriving Burmese population, the biggest in the country, and even built the first Burmese mosque in the nation. As it grew bigger, the city embraced diversity and became more metropolitan.
Today, Fort Wayne has excellent infrastructure that provides the best healthcare, education, utilities, work-life balance, and connectivity to other cities. That old trading post at the hub of three rivers is the leading proponent of progress and development today. Fort Wayne has earned every one of the All-America City Awards it received through the past decades.