GREEN CERTIFIED CARPET CLEANINGGreen Carpet Cleaning in Fort Smith and the Surrounding Area
We’re Your Local, Eco-Friendly Carpet Cleaners
Every cleaning solution you use eventually will end up back in our environment, whether it’s through being thrown out, released into the air, or carried out on your shoes. We would never put detergents, soaps, phosphates or other harsh chemicals directly in our air, lakes, or forests, so why would we add them to your carpets?
At Elmer’s Chem-Dry, we believe in building a healthy, sustainable environment. That’s why we have spent the last 20 years working towards advancements in greener carpet cleaning. Our unique carpet cleaning method saves water— we use 80% less water than steam cleaners! On top of that, our proprietary cleaning solution, The Natural®, is made from ingredients found on the Food and Drug Administration’s Generally Recognized as Safe (G.R.A.S) list.
Our Green Cleaning Standards
We are continuously working towards making your home and the environment safer, greener, and healthier. Whether we’re performing residential or commercial carpet cleaning in Fort Smith, we hold ourselves and this company to high standards, which is why we follow the Chem-Dry Green Certified Program. This program examines a product’s impact on people, pets, and the environment. Keep reading to see what our standards are!
Health, Toxicity, and Safety
Oral Toxicity: Products don’t include hazardous substances ingested through the mouth.
Dermal Toxicity: Products don’t include poisonous substances that enter through skin contact.
Inhalation Toxicity: Products don’t distribute harmful pollutants that are breathed in from the atmosphere.
No Carcinogens: Products don’t include agents which increase the likelihood of cancer.
Protection of Aquatic Life
High standards for biodegradability and not bioaccumulate. Products must not damage our streams or Mother Earth.
Safety for Materials Contacted
The pH of the solution of the products must be no less than 3 and no greater than 10.
Clean Air Requirements
The solution must not contain damaging levels of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).
Chem-Dry Green-Certified Cleaning Products
Our green carpet cleaning in Fort Smith is one of the reasons why we are the top carpet cleaner in the area! We have several products that meet the strict standards of the Chem-Dry Green-Certified Program:
- The Natural®
- Carpet Deodorizer
- Pet Urine Odor Removal
- World Famous Spot Remover®
- Upholstery Rinse and Wet/Foam Cleaner
- And more!
Green Carpet Cleaning in Fort Smith, AR
Why do we care so much about being green? We are from the Fort Smith area and want the community and the environment to benefit from our business for years to come. We love our pets and family, and we want what’s safe and best for them, so we know you do too. It’s our mission to help Fort Smith, White Bluff, Greenwood, Alma, and more become healthy and eco-friendly!
Call Elmer's Chem-Dry Today!
- Carpet Cleaning
- Upholstery Cleaning
- Tile & Grout Cleaning
- Area Rug Cleaning
- Pet Urine Odor Removal
- Leather Furniture Cleaning
- Granite Countertop Renewal
- Commercial Cleaning
- Residential Sanitizing
- Commercial Sanitizing
- Dryer Vent Cleaning
- Wood Floor Cleaning
- Mattress Cleaning
1533 N Greenwood Ave
Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901
Phone: (479) 646-8800
We accept all major forms of payment.
Serving all of Crawford & Sebastian County, Arkansas including: Fort Smith, Van Buren, Greenwood, Alma, Barling, White Bluff, Lavaca, Bloomer, Mountainburg, and the surrounding areas.
We also serve Muldrow, Roland, Sallisaw, and Poteau, Oklahoma.
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Sun: Open 24 hours
*Based on results of studies conducted by independent laboratories of Chem-Dry’s Hot Carbonating Extraction process. Allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergen. All bacteria results include use of sanitizer. Figures are an average across multiple homes. Hard surface bacteria tests were based on independent lab testing associated with EPA registration #s 84683-3-74771 and 70385-6; sealed stone and VCT surfaces were evaluated and bacteria tested include salmonella, influenza and E. coli.