Repairs and Cleaning
Window Treatment Repairs & Cleaning in the St. Louis Metro Area
Victor Shade Company has an extensive cleaning and repair shop that is managed by Jim Feeler. We are the ONLY in-store blind cleaning and repair shop in the Greater St. Louis area. This means we do the work right in our shop, saving you both time without your window treatments and the cost of shipping your treatments back to the manufacturer. We are happy to repair or clean your window treatments regardless of where you purchased them.
Bring your window treatments for us to repair, and we will make any repairs required (as long as parts are available). We repair everything from verticals to honeycombs to roller shades to motorized shades. If you prefer, for a reasonable fee, we will come to your house and remove your window treatments for you and re-hang them when the repairs are finished. All repairs are done right in our shop and take approximately 7 working days to complete. If you purchased Hunter Douglas window treatments from Victor Shade, and the repair is still covered by the manufacturer’s warranty, the repair will be free. If your treatment was purchased from someone other than Victor Shade, and is under Hunter Douglas’ warranty, replacement parts are free. However, we do charge for labor to repair your blind or shade. Victor Shade Company also repairs window treatments made by other manufacturers. No job is too big or too small. We can make your treatments work “like new” again.
Victor Shade Company has a professional cleaning department. We can clean faux wood blinds, wood blinds, roller shades, verticals, mini blinds, cellular shades, and Silhouettes. We have ultrasonic tanks, very similar to a jewelry cleaner, that allow us to deep clean and rejuvenate your window treatments every 6 months to a year. Unfortunately, shades with mylar centers, room-dimming Silhouettes, and Luminettes cannot be cleaned in our ultrasonic tanks.
Wood blinds are carefully taken apart by our Repair and Cleaning Manager, chemically cleaned, and re-laddered to be “good as new.”