HomeCare: Greenwich In-home Cleaning Services
HomeCare offers best-in-class in-home cleaning services, from carpet cleaning to draperies and upholstery cleaning, to couches or sofas. If it’s in your home and covered with fiber, cloth, or leather, we can clean it. Allow HomeCare to be your “total” home cleaning solution.
Use this page to learn about our services available to the Greenwich, Connecticut, community.
Greenwich Connecticut: Key Offerings
Service offerings for Greenwich, CT, include the following:
Carpet cleaning – best-in-class carpet and rug cleaning for Greenwich homes.
Furniture cleaning – we can clean leather and fabric furnishings of all types, including couches and sofa cleaning in Greenwich as well as upholstery cleaning for Greenwich homeowners.
Drapery cleaning – if it hangs in your window, we’re your best-in-class Greenwich drapery cleaning service. We clean everything from drapes to blinds to window treatments.
Now you can have the same quality expert service and attention to detail for all your home furnishings with HomeCare, which provides home and office fabric cleaning by professionally trained staff. Our experts can come to your Greenwich, CT, home, meet with you, and conduct an in-home assessment of everything you could possibly want cleaned and create a custom cleaning plan.
HomeCare can clean almost any soft goods in your home or office to renew and refresh your environment. We can rejuvenate your drapes, curtains, window treatments, sofas, chairs, rugs, upholstery, bedspreads, blankets and comforters leaving them cleaner, brighter and with a more healthy, dust free environment.
HomeCare provides its clients in Greenwich with their expert knowledge of fabrics and stain removal coupled with convenient on-site cleaning service, which is why companies like Hunter Douglas choose us to care for their clients’ window treatments and beyond. We are the only dry cleaner in Fairfield County recognized by America’s Best Cleaners.
Greenwich Connecticut: Factoid and Key Links
The railroad came to Greenwich in 1848, marking a dramatic improvement in transportation and bringing many immigrants who made Greenwich their home. The Irish came to work on the railroad and settled close to Greenwich Avenue, the town center. In an adjacent neighborhood called Chickahominy, Italian stonemasons congregated to be near the Byram quarries. Other Italians moved further east to North Mianus where they worked in the Mianus Woolen Mill. The Germans went to Byram, then known as East Port Chester, and found work in the Abendroth Foundry. Glenville, on the Byram River, attracted Poles who worked at the felt mill and at Russell, Burdsall & Ward, manufacturers of nuts and bolts. Distinct neighborhoods developed, which have continued to be home to second- and third-generation descendants.