Battiston’s cleans curtains and drapes of all kinds, including valances, swags and jabots. Whether handmade or store-purchased, your window treatments add an air of class to your home, and they deserve high-class cleaning to match.
To keep looking their best, drapes should be cleaned regularly, typically every six months or so if you’re not rotating different window treatments in. Regular cleaning can help guard against your curtains getting too much sun damage and losing their luster. And there are health reasons for cleaning, not just aesthetic reasons – drapes collect and trap dust, pollen, smoke and bacteria.
After dry cleaning (in most cases, though depending on the material wetcleaning may be an alternative), drapes are finished using the nationally renowned Adjust-a-Drape process. The Adjust-a-Drape machine offers the best finishing available, enabling us to guarantee the length of hemlines. There’s no shrinkage, no warping of the hems, and square and beautifully uniform folds in your pleated drapes.
Battiston’s Drapery Division, operating out of our Avon store, offers a take-down and re-hang service for your window furnishings.
We’ll drive to your home, office or other location and take down your curtains and drapes. Then we’ll professionally clean and press them using our years of experience and our top-notch equipment. Then we’ll drive back out and professionally re-install your window treatments so they look just perfect.
We work with homeowners throughout the state to get your windows looking just the way you want them. We also work with larger groups, whether they’re small businesses, larger offices, apartment buildings, religious homes, senior living centers and more. No job is too big or too small for us to take on.
Battiston’s offers this take-down and re-hang service throughout Connecticut. Our Avon store location is the base of operations for all areas. To get started on a job, to work up a price estimate, or to get more information, you may call our Avon store at 860-678-1686, or complete the form below.