Need first-class professional cleaning for your upholstery in your North Oshawa workspace? We can help! You can count on our 20 years of experience in the industry to get the job done right.
We will help you clean all kinds of commercial upholstery you have in your workspace. No matter what kind.
For over 20 years, our upholstery cleaning methods have been well-polished. We can bring even the grimiest of furniture back to life. It is important for your customers and employees to feel comfortable inside your business. Under no circumstance should you have dirty furniture or upholstery in your shop, studio, showroom or whatever workspace you may own.
Having well maintained upholstered furniture is not just about stains and spots that are visual. Clean upholstery also leads to a cleaner environment in your workplace free of dust, stains, spot, and allergens.
Healthy and clean workspace means healthier and happier staff who are more productive as they take less sick days. No matter what furniture you have that requires cleaning, our team is equipped with the right commercial grade cleaning machinery.
- Sofas and Couches
- Office Chairs or any Upholstered Chairs
- Office Partitions
- Fabric Panels
- And more!
Depending on the fabric of the furniture that needs to be cleaned. There are various techniques for commercial carpet cleaning that we will choose from.
Hiring a reputable and experienced company like ours is the best thing to do. That way you know your upholstery is in the hands of experts. It can be a one-time cleaning service to remove a particular emergency stain after a staff party, or it could be a regular general cleaning for all workspace upholstery, we’re to help you.
Our well-trained and experienced cleaning technicians are ready to go. Book in today! We will do any scale of the job, regardless of the requirement. A small office or a large showroom. A hotel lobby or a convention center.
Why not give us a call today on (289) 312-0067 and speak to one of our friendly staff right now to get your service booked in?