HOW WE WORK WITH DESIGNERS
Since our company was founded in 1971, design professionals have been recommending Fiber-Seal for the following reasons:
Fiber-Seal partners with designers to create satisfied clients by teaching them how to care for their beautiful new interiors.
Fiber-Seal is a one-stop fabric resource. We test your clients’ fabrics for colorfastness, cleanability, and suitability for use, making the fiber selection process more risk-free to the designer & client.
Fiber-Seal can field fabric questions from clients, allowing designers to spend more time on the design process.
Fiber-Seal creates referral business for designers. Clean, spot-free interiors make a great impression on those who are searching for an interior designer.
We don’t ask you to recommend us or guarantee our work. We simply ask that you mention Fiber-Seal to each of your clients AND THEN TELL US. We will take it from there!
We will make an appointment at the convenience of your residential or commercial client, evaluate the best ways to take care of their furnishings, and explain our customized fabric treatment products and our complimentary service policy for spot and spill emergencies. We will offer a no-obligation estimate once we establish their needs and how we can help them.
We Are Cleaning Experts
In addition to protecting new items, we are also known for our expertise in hard-to-clean fabrics and fibers. We specialize in silk, wool, linen and rayon, as well as area rug and wall-to-wall carpet cleaning. Contact us with your questions related to any furnishings, or to help with any client-specific fabric questions.
Check Out Our Designer Resources
We provide advice and information on all things fabric. Our hope is that Textile Tips and FiberFacts can take your fabric knowledge to the next level, allowing you to make the best fabric choices for your clients.
Part of our commitment to design professionals is to stay current on trends in fibers, fabrics, carpeting and rugs. To see our fabric-related publications, visit our Designer’s Corner.
To further educate designers on caring for soft surfaces, we regularly conduct complimentary CEU courses, both in person and via webinar, called “Hard Facts on Soft Surfaces.” Other topics are currently under development and will be available soon.