DRY CLEANING KILLS GERMS & VIRUSES
Governor Pritzker has determined that dry cleaning is an ESSENTIAL service so we are open!! See new hours, below, left.
Science has proven that the heat of the dry cleaning process kills viruses. Having your clothes cleaned will reduce the virus level around you so now is a good time to refresh your wardrobe.
STAYING IN? WE PICK UP AND DELIVER - FREE!
NOTE: Modified Hours for Your Greenacres During Coronavirus Lockdown
Limited pick-up and delivery for Sycamore; please call 888.828.7888!
M-F 9 am to 6 pm
Saturday 9 am to 3 pm
Limited pick-up and delivery for Rochelle; please call 888.828.7888!
M-F: 7 am to 6 pm
Saturday 8 am to 2 pm
Roll the Dice and Claim Your Savings - Worth Up To $20!
Be the master of your good fortune. Come to your DeKalb Greenacre Cleaners and ask for a free gift card. Then roll our special dice to find out what it's worth. Maybe $10...or if you're lucky a full $20!
Greenacre Cleaners is proud to be named The Best drycleaner in DeKalb County again this year!
Our Earth-Friendly Cleaning Machine
Our state-of-the-art Columbia/Ilsa cleaning machine uses an environmentally safe Hydrocarbon Solvent system. We are proud to sustain the “green” philosophy started back in 1920 by the Breen family. Shown here left to right, owner Tom Bartnett, two Columbia installers and general manager Eric Armstrong.
A Worthy Cause That Suits Us Just Fine
Greenacres Cleaners is part of a drive to clean and provide suits to people getting out of Illinois prisons, so they can start their new lives dressed for success as they look for a job. Read about it in a Chicago Tribune story, here.
Warm Feelings (And Clean Coats) For Our Communities
When Tom Bartnett discovered that donated coats were about to be given to local food pantries and social services programs without being cleaned first, he volunteered to clean them. Hundreds and hundreds of coats later, he said,"At least people can start the new year a little warmer, and clean as well."
Greenacre's Goal: Make Everyone Feel Like a Winner
2013 Heisman Trophy finalist, Jordan Lynch (left), stopped in for a photo op with Greenacre/Breen's Cleaners General Manager, Eric Armstrong.
Bridesmaid Had Some Welcome Help in Getting Dressed. "Thanks, Greenacre!"
Liz was frantic. She didn't make it to the Annie Glidden Greenacre Cleaners to pick up her dress before closing, and she was supposed to be in a wedding at 9:45 the next morning! In a series of phone messages and texts between three people overnight, the grateful NIU law student was able to meet one of our people at the store at 6:30 a.m. Saturday - early enough to pick up her dress and appear cool and calm in the bridal party. "Everything was amazing," said Liz. "Thanks so much!"