Furniture is expensive – protect your investment with keeping it properly cleaned. Proper upholstery cleaning St Louis will help keep your furniture looking great and extend it’s life.
Dust mites and microbes can grow when exposed to food or organic substances. These fixtures can cause possible health issues for people that are sensitive or have weakened immune systems. Therefore, steam cleaning furniture can deliver real health benefits to home owners. Amant’s Floor Care offers professional Upholster Cleaning in the St Louis metro area.
Upholstery cleaning may appear to be easy to do, but if a homeowner hires a group of amateurs to do it, the results can be disastrous. Deep sanitation and dirt removal can’t be done with a vacuum. Therefore, any company that shows up should have the appropriate equipment to properly perform the work.
Amant’s Floor Care offers upholstery cleaning to the St. Louis metro area including Wildwood, Ellisville, Wildwood, Town and Country, Ballwin, Clayton, Frontenac, Ladue, Creve Coeur, Chesterfield and all other communities around the metro area.
Amant’s Floor Care’s “FIBER PROTECTION PLAN”
Amant’s Floor Care – Upholstery Cleaning St Louis‘ FIBER PROTECTION PROGRAM is engineered to give the maximum protection against common spots, spills, and soiling. However, NO product is capable of making all textile fibers entirely stain proof.
Time is of the essence in maximizing the effect of stains coming in contact with the fibers. If a spot cannot be removed after using the cleaner or by using directions on the AMANT’S SPOT CHART provided by Amant’s, we will send our technician to treat the stain at no cost to the customer, providing the spot is no larger than eight (8) inches in diameter. The stain must have been reported within twelve (12) months of the last application of the protector.
The remedies provided by this warranty will be available only if AMANT’S is notified within twenty-four (24) hours after the customer has complied with AMANT’S directions for cleaning the spot, stain or soiling. “Stains” do NOT apply to areas affected by bleach or dye.