Equipment Cleaning

Sports & Professional Equipment Cleaning & Restoration in Winnetka, Wilmette, Lake Forest, Highland Park, Deerfield

United Services uses Tuff2Clean Cleaning System

There are many different types of sports equipment and professional gear. This far-ranging category can include everything from football helmets and boxing gloves to Kevlar™ vests and scuba gear. One thing you can count on is that these items are expensive. So when a fire, flood or other disaster causes damage to sports gear or professional equipment, it’s always desirable to rescue the damaged equipment rather than replacing it.

Through a cooperative arrangement with TUFF2CLEAN, United Services can provide this cost-saving service. At United Services we offer Sports and Professional Equipment Cleaning & Restoration in Winnetka, Wilmette, Lake Forest, Deerfield, Kenilworth, Highland Park, Barrington, Highwood, Fort Sheridan, Lake Bluff, Northbrook, Glencoe, Glenview, Lake Zurich, Spring Grove, Arlington Heights, Vernon Hills and the surrounding Illinois & Wisconsin area.

Cleaning techniques must remove grime, moisture and bacteria

Our equipment services will return your damaged equipment to game-ready shape!

Smoke, moisture and unpleasant odors can permeate deeply into many types of sports equipment and professional gear. To make matters worse, flood conditions can introduce mold and harmful bacteria into fabrics and onto surfaces, creating a serious health hazard. Fortunately, we have access to specially formulated detergents and disinfectants that can cope effectively with these restoration challenges.

Depending on conditions following the disaster, our technicians can conduct cleaning and disinfecting operations at the site or at our own facility. Either way, we employ the latest, most-effective techniques to remove mold, fungus and bacteria. Our treatment disinfects fabrics, apparel items and surfaces while also ridding equipment of stains from smoke and other foreign material. Special drying equipment is frequently used to remove moisture that remains after cleaning.

It’s always better to avoid a disaster. But when this isn’t possible, you can count on our quick-response crews to step in and provide the most complete disaster response and restoration work available. By responding quickly and utilizing the most effective techniques, we can help to minimize your equipment losses and down time.

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