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"C&G Chem-Dry is a family-owned-and-operated business that has been serving Anne Arundel County for 24 years. The owner still works in the field, bringing you quality, professional, and courteous carpet and upholstery cleaning service. We offer one- to two-hour drying times for carpets that will stay cleaner longer."

Gary Palmieri | Owner
Company Information
Services Offered
C&G Chem-Dry provides carpet, upholstery, rug, and leather cleaning and protection services for residential and commercial customers. The company also offers pet stain removal, specialty stain removal, odor removal, carpet repair, and water damage restoration services.
Services Not Offered
C&G Chem-Dry does not offer drapery, tile, or grout cleaning.
Minimum Job
A $150 minimum is required.
The company offers a 100 percent customer satisfaction guarantee.
Company History
C&G Chem-Dry is a local company that was founded in 1993.
Employee Information
Employees wear uniforms, drive marked vehicles, and undergo background checks and drug testing.
Additional Information
The company uses green cleaning products.
Areas Served
Anne Arundel
A selection of 86 homeowner reviews:
“It was awesome. It was an A+ job. I have already recommended C&G Chem-Dry.”
“I would give them an A+. If someone asked me who I would recommend, they would be the one.”
“I remember C&G really well—it was a very positive experience. They did regular carpet cleaning, and they also did upholstery work. They're friendly, and they did a very good job. They were referred to us by a friend, and I'd give them an A+++.”
“They're awesome. I would give them an A.”
“We use them here all the time. He's done our carpets quite a few times, and he knows the routine. He usually does a family room that's about 21 by 13 feet, and sometimes, he does the living room and dining room, which are bigger. He's very friendly.”
“I would recommend them. It's not outstandingly likely but somewhat likely.”
“They were wonderful.”
“It was good. Everything seemed fine. I would probably say they are an A+.”
“I would give them an A+. I have recommended them.”
“I would rate them an A+.”