Upholstery Cleaning and Fabric Panels

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EXTEND THE LIFE AND LOOK OF YOUR OFFICE FURNISHINGS.

Many of us spend most of the day in our office chairs. Yet, how often do we think of cleaning the upholstery? Or the fabric screens, conference room chairs and receptions area couches?

Removing dust and allergens from office furniture, upholstery and fabric panels creates a healthier workplace environment for you and your employees, and improves the overall appearance of your facility.

ServiceMaster has developed highly effective upholstery cleaning systems and products to clean a wide variety of fabrics. We work together with manufacturers’ suggested treatments and use approved products and methods to carefully pre-treat and clean your office furniture upholstery and fabric panels.

ServiceMaster will remove all dust and accumulated, ground-in soil. We are also able to remove most stain spots and buildups.

Chairs, sofas, fabric screens and other office furnishings are cleaned on-site, and are typically ready for use the next business morning.

You can trust ServiceMaster of the Valley to create a custom professional upholstery cleaning plan to fit your particular requirements and budget.

 

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AVOID THE COST OF REPLACEMENT

With regular, thorough cleaning, ServiceMaster technicians will protect your investment and transform your facility’s upholstered furniture and fabric panels as close to their original condition as possible.


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