Foxborough MA Carpet Rug Care Cleaning Upholstery Maintenance Site Updated

A new, updated carpet and rug cleaning site has been launched by New Dimension Fabric Protection & Cleaning. The Boston, MA area cleaner is known for its excellent service and reputation for getting the best results.

Foxborough, United States - June 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

New Dimension Fabric Protection & Cleaning, the fabric care and upholstery cleaning specialist, has launched an updated site showcasing the services it can offer to local customers around Foxborough, MA. New Dimension is a full service carper, rug and upholstery specialist serving the Boston, MA area, including Weston, Wellesley, and the surrounding neighborhoods.

More information can be found at:

The site explains that New Dimension has years of experience in the industry, and this helps to ensure they can always give clients the best service. Whether homeowners want rug restoration, full service cleaning, or maintenance, the team is able to help.

Many homeowners try to clean their own rugs and carpets with mixed results. Whether they opt for shop bought cleaning products, hire a professional grade machine, or try DIY solutions, it can be hard to get the results they’re looking for.

This is where getting in touch with a cleaning and protection expert like New Dimension can make all the difference. The team at New Dimension knows what it takes to get the best results, and has the skill, experience and equipment to provide the best carpet, rug and upholstery care.

A full range of services is provided on the company website, and includes pet decontamination and area rug spa. Pet urine can cause permanent damage to floors and fabrics, and the smell has a habit of lingering even after it’s been cleaned.

With professional cleaning services from New Dimension, homeowners can decontaminate the area and remove foul odors, creating a healthier indoor environment.

In addition to this, other services include area rug spa solutions, upholstery cleaning, carpet cleaning, and carpet, rug and fabric protection services.

New Dimension state: “Our fabric and upholstery protector helps repel soil, liquids and can blocks stains. Fabric protection can prevent spills staining fabric so stains will release from the fibers. It won’t change the look, feel, or breath-ability of fabrics, and is safe to use on delicate and dry clean only fabrics such as silks and wools.”

Full details can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: tony
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Organization: New Dimension Fabric Protection & Cleaning
Address: 140 Washington Street # 2, Foxborough, MA 02035, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 523665

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