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All-County Chem-Dry

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Serving Areas

  • Pender County
  • Brunswick County
  • New Hanover County
  • Bolivia
  • Wilmington
  • Leland
  • Wrightsville Beach
  • Carolina
  • Kure Beach
  • Hampstead
  • Castle Hayne
  • Burgaw
  • Figure 8 Island
  • Southport
  • Rocky Point
  • Winnabow
  • Oak Island


 

Carpet Cleaning | New Hanover-Brunswick & Pender NC | All-County Chem-Dry

Welcome to All-County Chem-Dry in Tri-County Area Wilmington - Superior Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

For thirty years, Chem-Dry has been at the forefront of the carpet and upholstery cleaning industry with innovative equipment and powerful cleaning solutions. Prolong the life of your carpets and upholstery with routine cleaning. All-County Chem-Dry professional technicians are trained to deliver top-quality service at an excellent value.

Ask today about the benefits of Hot Carbonating Extraction, available only from Chem-Dry.


      
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Enjoy the many advantages of choosing All-County Chem-Dry:

  • Superior Cleaning Power - Approved by the Carpet & Rug Institute
  • Dries in 1-2 hours, not 1-2 days
  • Our primary cleaner, The Natural®, is completely safe & non-toxic
  • Hot Carbonating Extraction cleans deep while optional Protectant restores stain-fighting to carpet fibers
  • Chem-Dry resists re-soiling - so your carpet fibers stay cleaner, longer

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Chem-Dry is the world's largest carpet cleaning company, with more than 4,000 locations across the globe. Trust your carpets and upholstery to Chem-Dry.

Call Now to Schedule an Appointment with All-County Chem-Dry!

 

 

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