Upholstery Cleaning Bessemer
If it is time to have your upholstery cleaned, you have an important decision to make. You have to choose a qualified upholstery cleaning service in Bessemer. This is easier said than done because while there are certainly a lot of companies willing to take your money, there are few that are willing to take the time to do the job right. With upholstery, care must be taken in choosing the proper cleaning method. A technician must look at the fiber content, construction and type of soiling before they can choose the method to use. In most cases, steam cleaning is suitable, but in some cases we might need to use a shampoo cleaning, solvent cleaning or one of a number of other methods. Choosing the wrong method can lead to disaster. This is why, when it comes to upholstery cleaning, you should trust the experts at Cross Country.
Upholstery Cleaning Steps
- Step One
After the appropriate method is chosen, your upholstery is thoroughly vacuumed to remove loose soil and all of those things that wind up stuck in the crevices.
- Step Two
Next, the proper pre-treatment is chosen and applied to the piece. We will agitate it and then allow it to dwell to break down soil.
- Step Three
Finally, we rinse the pre-spray and the soil from your furniture.
- Step Four
After we finish extracting the piece, we place it in a proper position for drying.
- Step Five
You are invited to check the piece to make sure that you are satisfied.
Types of Upholstery
We clean all types of upholstered furniture. Here are some of the most common pieces we clean in Bessemer and our definitions, for pricing purposes.
- Love Seats
Love seats are defined as a piece of furniture no more than 6 feet in length.
We define a couch as a piece of furniture between 6 and 8 feet long.
Sectionals are a piece of furniture over 8 feet in length.
- Recliner/Wingback Chairs
These are priced the same as they are overall, about the same size.
- Dining Chair
A dining chair is one that has only an upholstered seat and possibly back.
- Kitchen Chair
A kitchen chair has upholstered arms and possibly legs in addition to an upholstered seat and back.
Don’t see something that describes your piece, just give us a call.