Sego and Family Cleaners

An Upholstery Cleaning Specialist like no Other

The processes involved in upholstery cleaning tasks:

  • Careful inspection of the upholstered surface, and determining the type of fabric.
  • Checking crevices and seams of the upholstery.
  • Choosing the right cleaning products for the corresponding fabric.
  • Preparing the upholstery.
  • Regulated steam cleaning.

Do you want to freshen up your upholstered furniture? Are there any unsightly stains you want removed? Well, this is your lucky day because Sego and Family Cleaners is the most trusted and reputable upholstery cleaning company throughout the entire Warner Robins, GA area. We take great pride in catering to the cleaning needs of our residential and commercial clients and always go the distance to attain 100% customer satisfaction. Our company is fully licensed, insured, and bonded for your peace of mind and protection. You can count on us for a timely response and excellent service.

Cleaning upholstered items can prove to be quite a challenging task. As professional cleaners, we always try to teach our clients how to take care of their upholstered items on a regular basis. Here are some tips and tricks on how to keep your upholstery clean

Buy the best quality

Buying quality furniture does cost more; however, it will last a lifetime if you properly care for it. Try not to spend money on new cheaper furniture; instead, buy right the first time around, look for classic furniture which will never go out of style.

Protect

New fabric and upholstery on furniture should have a fabric protection, which will repel stains before they set. The same technique can be used on older furniture; however, a professional upholstery cleaning service needs to do it. Ask about this next time you get your carpets or furniture cleaned.

Clean immediately.

When spills occur, quickly blot them so as to prevent stains from setting. If a stain is already present, get it professionally cleaned immediately. Stains not only make furniture look shabby but impact on the texture of furniture too.

Regular cleaning

One of the more important things to bear in mind with your upholstery is needing to get it regularly cleaned. Similar to your carpets, upholstered furniture will gather dust, dirt and grime over a period of time. Musty smells, dust mites and bacteria all go to create a unsanitary environment, which not just makes your furniture look shabby but can actually be bad for a person’s health.

Try to go green.

When it comes to cleaning upholstery, it is crucial to ensure the company you choose uses non toxic cleaning products. Try to steer clear of any harsh chemicals which may harm your children or pets, instead, try any green alternatives.

Our qualified Warner Robins, GA team is comprised of highly skilled, experienced, knowledgeable, and dedicated professionals who know how to get the job done the right way. Our extensive knowledge on different fabrics gives us an edge when it comes to choosing the most appropriate cleaning products and methods. You can be sure that our professionals will breathe new life into your upholstered furniture in a safe and timely manner. We always test the product we will use, on a small, inconspicuous area of the item to be cleaned to make sure that no discoloration or any other damage is inflicted.

Apart from top quality cleaning services, our upholstery cleaning company offers affordable and market competitive rates. When working with Sego and Family Cleaners, you are guaranteed to receive a friendly and personalized service that is tailored to fit your specific needs. If you have any questions or are interested in setting up a service appointment, be sure to get in touch with our representatives. You can reach us at (618) 323-3451! We look forward to the opportunity of offering upholstery and carpet cleaning services to you. Our qualified and reliable upholstery and carpet cleaners will go the distance to exceed your expectations, ensuring excellent results. Call us today!

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