Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Henrietta

Professional commercial and residential carpet and upholstery cleaning in Henrietta, NY

Chem-Dry in Henrietta, NY

We know there are a lot of carpet and upholstery cleaners to choose from in Henrietta. However, with so many options, we want to make sure you get a drier, cleaner, and healthier carpet or upholstery cleaning. Chem-Dry in Henrietta, NY protects your family and your pets by using cleaning solutions that are green-certified and non-toxic. Our carpet and upholstery cleaning methods don’t use harmful chemicals and don’t soak your carpets with excess water. Our faster drying time virtually eliminates the risk of mold and mildew growth after a cleaning. 

Not only is our carpet cleaning drier and healthier for you and your family, but it’s also cleaner. Our Hot Carbonated Extraction (HCE) method gets deep into your carpet fibers to extract stubborn dirt and grime. Our carpet and upholstery cleaning is affordable and effective.

freshly cleaned carpet

Chem-Dry of Rochester & The Finger Lakes is able to provide you with the highest quality carpet and upholstery cleaning service because at Chem-Dry we use the power of carbonation. With our specially formulated HCE method and our safe and effective cleaning solutions, we give you carpets that stay cleaner for longer.

The fact is, we live in the Henrietta area with our families just like you do. We care about being a healthy and environmentally-friendly company because we love it here and know you deserve the best.  Check out this video to get a brief overview of how our carpet cleaning process works.

Call Chem-Dry of Rochester & The Finger Lakes Today: (585) 458-5797

I’ve been using Chem-Dry of Rochester for about seven years and would never use anyone else! They’ve gotten out every stain and odor we’ve ever had. We just had our couches cleaned for the first time and they look brand new again! They are also the nicest people, absolutely love them!!!

Jamie Z.

Drier, Cleaner, Healthier Results

When Chem-Dry in Henrietta is done with your carpet cleaning and upholstery cleaning, not only can you can see and feel the difference, you’ll smell the difference! Read below to learn more about why Chem-Dry is your best option for your carpet and upholstery cleaning.


You probably already know that steam cleaners work by pumping massive amounts of water into your carpets and then fail at trying to extract it all. If you’ve experienced steam cleaners, you probably know that your carpets are usually left sopping wet for several days leaving perfect conditions for dangerous mold and mildew to grow. At Chem-Dry, we use 80% less water, which allows your carpets and your furniture to dry much faster. When you choose Chem-Dry in Henrietta, you won’t have to worry about mold or walking on wet carpet.


Our power carbonated cleaning method works similar to the way that club soda removes stains. The combination of heat and carbonated bubbles reach deep into the carpet where they break up all that dirt and grime that has settled and bring it up to the surface. Next, our powerful cleaning equipment extracts the dirt and grime leaving your carpets with a deeper clean. Our specialized cleaning doesn’t leave dirt-attracting residue the way other cleaners often do so your carpets will stay cleaner, longer.


Here at Chem-Dry, we use an all-natural, green-certified cleaning solution to clean carpets and upholstery. You are given some ease of mind when you don’t have to worry about any harsh soaps or chemicals being around your kids and pets. As previously mentioned, our low-water method results in means far less risk of mold and mildew growth under your carpet caused by the excessive water left behind by steam cleaning machines. Additionally, an independent air quality lab found that our HCE method removes 98% of common, non-living allergens in your carpets and upholstery. All of this means safer carpet cleaning that you can trust and is healthier for you, your family and your home.

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