Upholstery Cleaning

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Your facility makes a statement to your customer, guests, and the outside world. Sofas, chairs and even office partitions are in constant use and can show soil and dirt quickly. Although not often visible to the naked eye, upholstery collects contaminants such as dead skin cells, oils and dust that can only be removed with a thorough professional cleaning. 

Upholstered items also come in a variety of fabrics, textures and blends. It can be difficult for an untrained cleaner to look at the upholstery and know the right cleaning method. And asking maintenance staff to attempt cleaning upholstered items can result in improper cleaning that causes shrinkage, color bleeding or discoloration. ServiceMaster Clean® upholstery experts eliminate the guesswork and select the best cleaning method for your upholstery and its condition, utilizing equipment created to remove the most soil possible.

When cleaning upholstery, our technicians use specially designed products, equipment and methods to achieve the best results.

Professional upholstery cleaning from ServiceMaster By Mason:

Is safe for all kinds of upholstery and fabrics

Is non-toxic to visitors and employees

Removes stains and spots already present

Reduces the effects of wear on furniture

Helps extend the life of upholstery and protect your investment

Helps eliminate persistent odors

Chairs, sofas, fabric screens and other office furnishings are cleaned on site and ready for use the next morning.  No matter what your service needs, budget or schedule, we will design a plan to fit your needs. ServiceMaster Clean has been providing an unparalleled level of clean for more than 60 years. Our research and development team works to ensure that we are using state-of-the-art products and processes to improve the appearance of your upholstery. We guarantee the job is done right. 

Also make sure your wood furnishings are properly cleaned and protected with our expert care.  We gently, but effectively, clean and preserve wood furnishings to ensure a professional appearance. Harmful ingredients, not found in our products, like silicone and alcohol, can damage wood surfaces and attract dust, rings and fingermarks. Our specially formulated products nourish and enhance wood surfaces.

Your customers, visitors and employees will feel welcome and valued in a clean and well cared for facility. Keep your upholstery’s appearance in top-notch shape and help avoid early replacement costs with deep cleaning from the professionals at ServiceMaster Clean.

What to expect with our upholstery cleaning services from ServiceMaster Recovery By Close:

Step 1:  A technician will conduct a preliminary inspection of your upholstery to determine the best cleaning method

Step 2:  We pre-treat spots and stains using our proprietary cleaning products or manufacturer-recommended products to accelerate soil release

Step 3:  The upholstery is rinse-extracted using high performance truck-mounted or portable equipment. This rinse-extraction process uses a specially formulated pH-balancing fiber rinse that helps to remove any cleaning solution residue

Step 4:  If the pre-treatment doesn’t remove all spots, we use various techniques in an attempt to remove them

To properly maintain your upholstered furniture, vacuum regularly and spot clean when needed. To keep your upholstery looking its best, furniture manufacturers recommend a professional cleaning every 12 to 24 months. 

Please complete the form to the right for additional information on our upholstery cleaning services for businesses. To schedule an appointment, call ServiceMaster Recovery By Close at 315-458-3355. Our team will work with you to schedule a time convenient for your business.

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