Fine Fabric CareFor the finest in cleaning, restoration, and protection available to Butte, Montana and the surrounding areas.
There are few things worse than a broken water line. And with temperatures continuing to dip deeper, we’re really up against the thermometer. Wondering how to protect yourself and your property? Here are some quick, easy, and cheap tricks:
- Shut off or cover your outside spigots. Seriously. Even if you haven’t done it yet, and haven’t had problems in the past, a broken spigot can be a huge headache! It’s worth the little bit of time and/or expense.
- Keep your house warm. Remember, the cavities of your walls are colder than the rest of the house. You’d be surprised how little a time it takes to freeze a pipe.
- If you have pipes in exterior walls, it might be a good idea to leave a faucet running just barely. Moving water doesn’t freeze nearly as easily as stagnant water, and while this is a last ditch effort, it is better than a wet house!
If you do have a line break, there is hope! Fine Fabric Care is available 24/7 for your emergency. We have certified water damage remediation technicians, with 85+ years of combined experience. Give us a call anytime day or night at (406) 782-5339, and we’ll get a friendly, helpful, knowledgeable tech over to get the damage fixed up for you right away!
Carpets are beautiful, comfortable and warm. Used and cared for properly, they can last many years, and be a source of great pride and joy. But if not cared for, unsightly damage can cause many headaches. The most important part of any carpet care – vacuuming – should be frequent and thorough. Some studies show that good vacuuming can remove up to 70% of soils in a textured plush carpet. Depending on use and location, carpets should be cleaned professionally once a year, and spot cleaned as necessary in the read article >
There is some controversy over the benefits of air duct cleaning. Sadly, taking advantage of the difficult-to-see nature of ducts, some contractors who offer cleaning do not live up to the standards that are expected of them. It is always best to be an informed consumer! There are benefits of a good cleaning, including improved air circulation, removal of unsightly debris and dust, and the knowledge that the ducts which carry your breathing supply of air are shiny, not crud-covered. Health read article >
You just came home to a basement/bathroom/house full of water! What do you do? First and foremost, get the water stopped. If you know where the local or main shutoff is, and can access it without entering any standing water, do so. If you are unsure, or if you must enter a dangerous situation to get to it, call a plumber. Once the water has stopped, the clock is ticking to begin mitigation. The longer water stands, or wet materials are untreated, the more damage is done, and mold has the chance to grow. Even if you read article >
The flames are out, but your house smells like smoke. You are devastated and overwhelmed. What do you do? Call your insurance company. They will give you instruction, and assign an agent to assist you. Be sure to follow their directions as best you can. Then call us: (406) 782-5339. We will help board up broken windows, protect the house from holes in the roof structure, and get soot off from surfaces that are easily etched.
A fire can be overwhelming, and devastating. Know read article >
Your furniture is a huge investment, and likely one of the more cherished items in your home. It provides comfort, functionality, and beauty to your home. But it doesn’t take long before even the best furniture is looking dirty.
Let’s face it, we use our couches, chairs, beds, recliners and ottomans almost daily, exposing them to all kinds of dirt and stains. If your furniture is cloth, regular vacuuming is important. If it is leather or vinyl, wiping it down with a microfiber cloth will keep it dust read article >
An area rug adds a touch of class and comfort to a room, from the moment of it’s purchase becoming a cherished part of your decor. Used and cared for properly, they can be enjoyed for many years. But if not cared for, they can quickly wear out and have to be replaced. The most important part of any carpet care – vacuuming – should be frequent and thorough. For an area rug, especially one in a heavily read article >
“Thank you! [Your technician] did an unbelievable job. Every spot is gone!! You provide an excellent service!” (Carpet Cleaning)R.R., Butte, Montana
“Always a pleasure doing business with you. Fair, competitive prices and always courteous, professional services. I don’t see how you can get any better! Staff are always on time and fun to visit with.” (Carpet Cleaning)D.J.B., Anaconda, Montana
“Very nice young men! They did a wonderful job. I highly recommend you to everyone I talk to!” (Carpet Cleaning)D.H., Butte, Montana
Did you know?
Again this last year, Fine Fabric Care was selected by The Montana Standard readers as the best cleaning service in Butte and the surrounding areas for the fourth year in a row. We appreciate your votes! To see other winners visit The Montana Standard‘s website.
Fine Fabric Care is proud of the confidence our customers have in us, and we promise to work hard to keep this confidence.