Cleaning acoustical panels is an important procedure. From home theaters and office spaces to large event venues, concert halls, schools, and restaurants, acoustical panels capture noise along with dust and debris. While acoustical panels can be vacuumed for dust maintenance, deep cleaning these large installments requires careful attention to the fabric and construction. Spot removal with harsh cleaners can result in ring stains or distortion of the fabric.
To avoid costly mistakes and replacements, trust in the premier cleaning service of The Blind Butler. We work with your schedule and clean the acoustical panels onsite. Our process protects the integrity of your acoustical panels so they absorb sound and complement the beauty of your facility without showcasing the dust.
About The Blind Butler, Inc.
For the past 20 years, Stephen McKee, founder of The Blind Butler, Inc., has been making the world a brighter, cleaner place. Yes, he and his team have been spent the past two decades cleaning window coverings, stage curtains, upholstered furniture and more up and down the east coast, but it is Steve’s sunny disposition and genuine commitment to his customers that truly brighten every venue he serves. Janeen McKee, Stephen’s wife and business partner, brings that same level of service to the administrative side of the business.
Although based in Wilmington, NC, Steve’s office is as mobile as his cleaning operation. When he’s not on the work site you’ll find him returning phone calls on his blue tooth while traveling to the next job. Butlers are renowned for problem solving and multitasking while making it all look effortless, and Steve is no exception to the rule.
When they’re not working, Stephen and Janeen devote their energy to family time, whether it’s hosting family gatherings, traveling with their daughter (20) and son (16) or playing with their dogs. The couple also enjoy volunteering at church and for their son’s marching band booster club, participating in classic car shows, and rooting for the Carolina Panthers.