Drapes and Blinds Cleaning
Why Clean Drapes?
Your drapes and curtains are textiles, so they soak up contaminants the same way your clothes do. They can pick up:
- Smoke Odor
- Fire Smoke Odor
- Pet Dander
- Dirt and Dust
- Pet Urine and Feces
- Water Damage including Sewage
Cleaning Drapes with Esporta
We’ve successfully cleaned and sanitized hundreds of drapes using Esporta, even those contaminated with fire smoke and soot and Category 3 Black Water (sewage). Our salvage rate is the highest in the industry at over 85% successful. Learn more about our textile restoration process.
Cleaning Blinds with Industrial Ultrasonic Machines
Blinds that have been affected by fire smoke and soot need more than a quick wipe. The best way to remove all the small particles in the crevices on a typical blind is to use an ultrasonic machine. Ultrasonic looks like a tub full of water. Contaminants are removed through the use of detergents and billions of bubbles created by high-frequency, low-amplitude vibrations.
Would You Like a Cleaning Estimate?
We’re here to help, and estimates are free. Just contact us or give us a call.
On-Site Drape Cleaning Available
Cleaning your drapes may be possible without leaving your property. When you ask for an estimate, we will ask you a few questions to know if the cleaning can be done in-house. If it can’t, we can still pick them up and drop them off.
Drape & Blind Cleaning Services in Plano, Dallas, and Richardson
Need Your Drapes or Blinds Cleaned?
Call Today – (972) 690-1414
When Should My Drapes Be Cleaned?
A good rule-of-thumb is to clean drapes approximately every two years. A recent survey by SERVPRO disclosed that the average customer believes drapes should be cleaned when they look dirty. Depending on your heating system, the amount of smokers in the home, and other factors, drapes may not show soil for two to six years. The oily atmospheric soil will gradually cause the fabric to deteriorate. Often, direct sunlight is unjustly blamed for this. You may triple the life of your draperies through professional cleaning, which is relatively inexpensive compared to replacement costs.
When your draperies need cleaning, make certain they are dry cleaned ONLY. Only a small percentage of materials can be laundered. If in doubt, call us for advice. Be discriminating in your choice of professional dry cleaners. Some cleaners have equipment designed for clothes cleaning, while others have equipment specifically designed for draperies.
SERVPRO of Richardson has an exclusive process of dry cleaning draperies right in your home. There’s no need to have your home or office exposed while your draperies are out being cleaned. We inject a specially formulated solvent into your drapery under pressure and extract the chemical, leaving your drapes clean. This special process results in no damage or shrinkage to the material. Most importantly, you will get quality cleaning at a reasonable price.