Commercial Upholstery Cleaning & Office Chair Cleaning Auckland

Need your furniture upholstery cleaned? Service King are Auckland’s upholstery cleaning experts.



Upholstery and Furniture Cleaning, Auckland

No job is too big or too small

Commercial Upholstery Cleaners

Upholstery cleaning the Service King way

The absorbent surfaces of carpet and upholstery act as filters, trapping dust, dust-mites, mould and pollen. Clean furniture is healthy furniture – vital for asthma sufferers and people with allergy issues.

Prolong the life of your furniture, and protect the health of your workers and family, by having a specialist Service King upholstery cleaner clean your furniture the Service King way.

The superior extraction of our modern upholstery cleaning equipment means a better upholstery clean and a quicker drying time – between two and four hours depending on the season and type of upholstery.

  • sofas
  • chairs
  • cushions
  • any soft upholstery
  • natural and synthetic fabrics, and
  • even leather

Service Areas

This service is available in the following areas.

Service King Assurances

Quality Assurance not Quality Control.

Residential Upholstery Cleaners

No job is too big or too small

Upholstery Cleaners Auckland NZOur friendly efficient upholstery cleaning service is ready to spruce up the furniture at your home or business, Auckland wide. We’re a quality driven company and you can expect the highest standard of service every time you use Service King’s residential or commercial upholstery cleaners.

And, because we care about the planet, we use only the most environmentally friendly upholstery cleaning products.

And remember, upholstery cleaning is only one of the things we are specialists at. We offer a full commercial cleaning service including carpet cleaning, floor polishing, floor cleaning, window cleaning, water blasting – we do it all.

  • steam cleaning
  • stain removal
  • soil Guard
  • Scotch Guard
  • fabric Guard
  • conditioning and polishing leather furniture
  • furniture deodorising
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