Carpet Cleaning

Chem-Dry Carpert cleaning Palm Desert. CA Palm Springs, California

A unique way to carpet cleaning services provided by Sunny Hills Chem-Dry in Palm Springs, CA area. Our cleaning services don't only clean your carpet, but also maintain your carpet & upholstery cleaner then other traditional wet cleaning service providers. We are experts at cleaning any type of carpets and rugs plus we offer the best cleaning service around the entire Coachella Valley with a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee. 

Tested and Proven Superior Results

Our Hot Carbonating Extraction (HCE) process was tested by a leading independent air quality laboratory in multiple homes. The lab found that Chem-Dry removes an average of 98.1% of common household allergens from carpets and upholstery. The common allergens tested were dog and cat dander and dust mite allergens.

Additionally, our HCE process, when coupled with a sanitizer, was found to remove an average of 89% of the airborne bacteria in the home and 82.3% of the bacteria in carpets.

A HealthyHome is a Happy Home; Chem-Dry carpet cleaning, rug, upholstery and tile cleaning services without soaps, detergents or chemicals. Kids and pets love our cleaning process with hot carbonation for a natural cleaning service that works on all types of carpets, upholstery & rug cleaning for all clients in Palm Springs, California. Call us today and find out why we are #1 in the entire Coachella Valley.

How is your carpet cleaning service company doing? Well, if your answer is no so good then is time to call Sunny Hills Chem-Dry carpet cleaning service for Palm Springs and Palm Desert. Our cleaning process will leave your carpets clean and dry in hours, not days like the traditional steam cleaning methods. The carbonated cleaner we call Then Natural is safe for kids, pets and the environment and it's also certified green by the carpet & rug Institute. Give us a call in Palm Springs, Palm Desert area.

Just cleaning the carpet is not a complete service, we also protect and sanitize your carpet to ensure a Healthy Home Carpet Cleaning; plus your carpet will dry in just two hours not days. Our products are safe for kids, pets and the environment. Call your expert local carpet cleaning company today anywhere in Palm Springs, Palm Desert al Quinta, California area.

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How do we do it? We use a cleaning solution that is not available to any other carpet cleaning company in the world - It's The Natural, our proprietary, effervescent, hot carbonated carpet cleaning process that is the core of our revolutionary company. We use a low pressure carpet cleaning system, with millions of microscopic cleansing bubbles to lift dirt and stains from your carpet, lifting them to the surface to be extracted away by our powerful tools and equipment. Because we use carbonation, much less water is required to remove tough stains and spills - leaving your carpet clean and fresh with a very short dry time. Steam cleaners can leave your carpets wet for days. With Sunny Hills Chem-Dry your carpets will be dry after only a few hours!

The Power of Chem-Dry, Gentle for Carpet and Your Family!

 

Cute family on white rug  Green Cleaning Logo

 

Palm Springs, CA History

 

More than 2,000 years ago, Palm Springs' first residents were the ancestors of today's Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. One of many Cahuilla bands, the Agua Caliente existed as peaceful hunters and gatherers, living off the land, and adapting to the extremes of desert summers and mountain winters. Much of tribal life centered on the lush vegetation and abundant water in the area known as Indian Canyons, site of North America's largest natural fan palm oasis.

The Cahuilla tribe first encountered non-Indians in 1774, as Juan Bautista de Anza's expedition traveled through the area. In 1853, a government survey party mapped Palm Springs and its natural hot springs mineral pool - now the site of the Spa Resort Casino -and established the first wagon route through the San Gorgonio Pass. The Cahuilla culture was decimated with the 1863 smallpox epidemic that killed thousands.

In 1877 as an incentive to complete a railroad to the Pacific, the U.S. government gave Southern Pacific Railroad title to the odd-numbered parcels of land for ten miles on either side of the tracks running through the Southern California desert around Palm Springs.

The even-numbered parcels of land were given to the Agua Caliente, yet federal law prohibited them from leasing or selling the land to derive income from it. In 1884, Judge John Guthrie McCallum of San Francisco arrived in Palm Springs with his family, seeking health for his tubercular son. The first permanent non-Indian settler, McCallum purchased land from Southern Pacific and built an elaborate aqueduct. His work to bring water to the Coachella Valley foreshadowed the area's current importance as a rich agricultural region. Dr. Welwood Murray built the first hotel, The Palm Springs Hotel, in 1886.

Palm Springs continued attracting more visitors and residents. Congress passed the Mission Indian Relief Act in 1891, authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to make individual allotments from reservation lands. However, it would be another 50 years before the Indians, taking their case to the U.S. Supreme Court (Lee Arenas v. United States, 1944), would win the legal rights to have allotments approved.

The success was short-lived due to the need for equalization of allotments and federal laws denoting the length of leases on Indian lands. It was not until President Eisenhower signed the Equalization Law in 1959 that tribes could realize profits from their lands and develop the 99-year lease. 

The Desert Inn Puts Palm Springs on the Map as a Tourist Destination
During these years Palm Springs grew rapidly. In 1909, Nellie Coffman's Desert Inn opened, as did a garage for servicing the vehicles that brought visitors from the East Coast and Los Angeles, and a school for the children of a handful of year-round residents. 

Sprinkled with Stardust
By the time it was incorporated in 1938, the Village of Palm Springs had become world-famous as a winter playground for Hollywood stars like Frank Sinatra, Marlene Dietrich, Bob Hope, Loretta Young. Today's stars like Leonardo DiCaprio, Dakota Fanning, Halley Berry and Gwen Stefani continue to seek rest and relaxation just hours away from the Hollywood glitz. European royalty and business tycoons all come to enjoy the endless sunshine and serenity of the desert.

During World War II, the desert became the training ground for General George S. Patton's troops as they prepared to invade North Africa. El Mirador Hotel, second home to the stars and the site of today's Desert Regional Medical Center, served as Torney General Hospital, treating U.S. wounded. Italian prisoners of war, housed at the adjoining detention camp, labored at the hospital.

The airfield, built to handle military cargo and personnel planes, would become Palm Springs Regional Airport. Once a small landing field and the first major Indian land purchase following the 1959 Equalization Law, the airport welcomed the 21st century as Palm Springs International Airport with flights nationwide and to Canada.

The post-war era ushered in tremendous growth as Palm Springs' natural environment was no longer a secret of just the wealthy. With tourism's growth, attractions and resorts flourished. Development spread "down valley" With the advent of air-conditioning, visitors and residents stayed year-round.

 

For more information about Palm Springs' history, please contact the Palm Springs Historical Society located in the heart of downtown Palm Springs.

  • The Natural uses less water than other processes like steam cleaning & shampoo, so drying time is minimized, reducing the chance of mold, mildew and harmful bacteria growth.

  • The Natural is safe and gentle for most carpets and for your entire family, including your small children & pets.

  • The Natural contains no soaps, detergents, solvents, enzymes or other harsh chemicals - 100% Green & Clean.

  • The Natural leaves behind only your sparkling clean carpet with no soapy residues to attract dirt, causing your fabrics to get dirty again faster than ever.

    Our staff is highly trained and certified to use the power of Hot Carbonating Extraction in order to provide the most thorough and healthy clean. You can trust our powerful equipment and proprietary cleaning solutions to offer the industry's finest results. We do whatever it takes to make sure that you are completely satisfied with the carpet cleaning service that is provided.Call or visit our carpet cleaning store for chem dry carpet cleaning products or cleaning service in Palm Desert, CA at 74804 Joni Dr 9A Palm Desert, CA 92260

Our hot carbonating extraction equipment and The Natural cleaning solutions have received the Carpet & Rug Institute's Seal of Approval.

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