Furniture Cleaning, High Point, NC
Our experienced technicians use a steam-based hot water extraction method when performing furniture cleaning.
After a busy day, it’s tough to beat the appeal of coming home and relaxing on your favorite piece of furniture. Over time, your furniture gets exposed to a number of things, including sweat, dirt, and allergens, which can seep into the fibers and lead to stains and grime. It’s not quite as nice to think about kicking back on a couch or chair that isn’t very clean. Luckily, you don’t have to throw away your furniture. Instead, contact us at Steam Source to schedule a professional furniture cleaning service. We offer this service to clients in and around High Point, North Carolina.
When performing furniture cleaning, we start by thoroughly assessing the condition of all your favorite pieces. This allows us to decide how to best perform the cleaning process to remove all dirt, grime, and stains. Our experienced technicians use a steam-based hot water extraction method when performing furniture cleaning. This method is safe for all types of upholstery, although we adjust the force of the extraction as needed, based on the type of fabric.
You can feel confident when we’re performing furniture cleaning in your home as all of our uniformed technicians have passed driving record checks, background checks, and drug screenings. We provide services that can protect your furniture and flooring while extending their lifespans. You can sit back and relax, knowing that your favorite piece of furniture has been professionally cleaned and is ready for use. Regular furniture cleaning can even improve the quality of the air in your home and reduce the presence of allergens, so it’s worth having done in your living space.
At Steam Source, we offer furniture cleaning services in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Kernersville, Clemmons, Advance, High Point, Mocksville, Pfafftown, Jamestown, Oak Ridge, Summerfield, Lexington, King, Walkertown, Colfax, Lewisville, Welcome, Bermuda Run, Thomasville, Yadkinville, and Walnut Cove, North Carolina.