When it comes to your draperies, you probably never think about how dirty they are, but you should. Dust, dirt, soil, and odors cling to your draperies and are not easy to remove.
When unsure where to start, smell your drapes. We call it the sniff test. If they don't smell fresh and clean, it's probably time to get drapery cleaning from a professional cleaning company, like Teasdale Fenton Cleaning & Property Restoration. We can remove odors and contaminants from your curtains and drapes right away with our drapery dust down service in Greater Cincinnati, OH.Schedule Online
With Teasdale Fenton Cleaning & Property Restoration's on-site drapery cleaning, we keep the process convenient for you. Our cleaning technicians use a thorough cleaning process to remove dirt, odors, dust, and allergens with industrial-strength cleaning equipment. After freeing dirt and debris with our vacuums, we focus on extracting odors using dry cleaning methods that will leave your curtains and drapes fresh and clean.
In addition, we also provide on-site drapery cleaning to make it more convenient for the clients. We won't even make you remove your curtains because we know it's a hassle. We'll clean them in place, so they're never bare, and you don't have to worry about removing or replacing them when we're done.
In addition to dirt and dust, airborne allergens will also cling to your draperies and upholstery. Dust mites, dirt, pollen, smoke, pet dander, and other allergens will get stuck to your fabrics and trigger allergies for you and your family. With our drapery cleaning service, you don't have to worry about these allergens lingering in your home because our drape cleaning methods will effectively remove these pollutants from your upholstery.
When you need more than just drapery cleaning, we also offer the following services:
When you need professional cleaning for your curtains and draperies in Greater Cincinnati, OH, contact Teasdale Fenton Cleaning & Property Restoration at 513-729-9793. We have been serving homeowners in our communities for almost two decades.