HomeCare: Westport 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 Westport, Connecticut, community.
Westport Connecticut: Key Offerings
Service offerings for Westport, CT, include the following:
Carpet cleaning – best-in-class carpet and rug cleaning for Westport homes.
Furniture cleaning – we can clean leather and fabric furnishings of all types, including couches and sofa cleaning in Westport as well as upholstery cleaning for Westport homeowners.
Drapery cleaning – if it hangs in your window, we’re your best-in-class Westport 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 Westport, 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 Westport 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.
Westport Connecticut: Factoid and Key Links
The Town of Westport was officially incorporated on May 28, 1835, with lands from Fairfield, Weston and Norwalk. Daniel Nash led 130 people of Westport in the petitioning of the Town of Fairfield for Westport’s incorporation. The driving force behind the petition was to assist their seaport’s economic viability that was being undermined by neighboring towns’ seaports. For several decades after that, Westport was a prosperous agricultural community distinguishing itself as the leading onion-growing center in the U.S. Blight caused the collapse of Westport’s onion industry leading to the mills and factories replacing agricultural as the town’s economic engine.
Agriculture was Westport’s first major industry. By the 19th century, Westport had become a shipping center in part to transport onions to market.
Starting around 1910 the town experienced a cultural expansion. During this period artists, musicians, and authors such as F. Scott Fitzgerald moved to Westport to be free from the commuting demands experienced by business people. The roots of Westport’s reputation as an arts center can be traced back to this period during which it was known as a “creative heaven.”