Drapery & Blind Cleaning
Drapery Cleaning Toronto
Cleanol has been cleaning drapery and sheers in the homes of Toronto residents since 1937. Drapery and sheers can be washed or dry cleaned, depending on the care instructions. We offer a pleated or flat press finish. With our years of experience cleaning draperies in the Toronto area Cleanol has all your drapery and blind cleaning needs covered.
At Cleanol we understand the value of your drapery and that often times minor repairs need to be done to preserve the quality of the material. We have various drapery repair services including, re-hemming, re-edging, and repairing of pleats among other general repairs. Our technicians will provide a free assessment and pricing of your window coverings, right in your Greater Toronto Area home.
Our Services Include:
- Free drapery and sheers repair and cleaning estimate
- Free drapery and sheers pick-up and delivery
- Take down and re-hang
- Dry or wet cleaning methods
- Deodorizing and sanitization
Drapery Repair Services Including:
- Re-lining, re-edging, re-seaming of drapes
- Re-hemming and shortening of drapery
- Pleating, re-pleating and flat pressing
- Drapery lining removal
We offer free take down and re-installation for all window treatments
Why Choose Cleanol
- Toronto’s largest and most trusted cleaning and restoration company.
- Rugs are individually hand cleaned after determining the method best suited to the rugs’ weave, fibre and dyes.
- Provides 24 hour emergency water and fire damage restoration and structural repair
- In addition, Cleanol can also can provide custom alterations, fine repairs, installations, track work and flame retardant fire proofing.
Cleanol’s Industry-Leading 4R Guarantee
any areas or items to your satisfaction. In the unlikely event that you are still not satisfied with the results, Cleanol will;
your money. In the unlikely event of any damage caused by Cleanol, Cleanol will;
the damage at its expense, or if the items cannot be repaired, Cleanol will;
the problem by crediting you with the item’s present actual cash value, as Determined By Canadian Insurance Industry Standards.