Upholstery Cleaning Services

Upholstery Cleaning Services

There are many different upholstery fabrics, and some require more care than others. To make sure you’re getting the most out of your furniture investment, it’s important to know how to properly clean your upholstery. Regularly cleaned carpets are easier to maintain and maintain their warranty, saving you money in the long term. Some of our services are; Air duct cleaning, carpet cleaning, rug cleaning, and upholstery cleaning services.

1. Residential Carpet Cleaning Services

Regular vacuuming is the key to keeping carpets looking new. However, even with regular vacuuming, carpets eventually become dirty and matted. That is where our residential carpet cleaning services come in. Our team of experienced professionals uses the latest equipment and techniques to clean your carpets, removing all the dirt, dust, and allergens that have accumulated over the years. Not only will your carpets look new once again, but they will also remain cleaner longer between cleanings. We can even help you manage pet hair and other odors that your home smells fresh all the time.

2. Commercial Carpet Cleaning Services

If you are a business owner, keep your carpets looking their best. Not only does clean carpet make a good impression on customers, but it can also help employee morale improving employee productivity. In offices, we schedule a cleaning appointment after working hours, at night, or on weekends for your convenience. At restaurants, we can even clean your carpets during your downtime. We also offer services to keep the rest of your commercial property looking its best with exterior window washing, pressure washing, and other cleaning services.


No matter what type of upholstery you have, clean it properly. Our team of experienced professionals offers a wide range of upholstery cleaning services that will leave your furniture looking and smelling great. Professional cleaning of your upholstered furniture is recommended. The frequency of cleaning will depend on the location, use, and exposure to soiling.