Merger of FPC and OnSite Forms ServeCo Intl.

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Hands-on training classes in window coverings and cleaning are part of the services provided by Woodstock, Ga.-based ServeCo. (Photo: ServeCo.)

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Deal brings together window coverings cleaning, proprietary system, classroon training

WOODSTOCK, Ga. — OnSite Fabricare (OnSite) and Furniture Protection Connection (FPC) have merged to form ServeCo International Inc. (ServeCo), based here in its newly constructed offices just outside of Atlanta.

“The merger with Onsite Fabricare was a natural way to expand our service network,” says Tony Milano, president of ServeCo. “Their expertise in fabric cleaning, combined with their proprietary system, is a tremendous advantage for us,” he indicates.

ServeCo taps Jeff Berkowitz to lead the newly formed service network. Berkowitz has more than 40 years of fabric cleaning experience and nearly 20 years with the OnSite system. He has been conducting training and certification classes at locations around the world.

“I’m excited to be part of a service company with the resources and experience of FPC,” says Berkowitz.

ServeCo will provide service for residential and commercial markets, including window coverings, furniture, rugs, metal and stone surfaces, the company reports. It will provide training and certification classes in its state-of-the-art education center with both classroom and hands-on training capabilities.

OnSite Fabricare is a global leader in window covering, cleaning, and service, says ServeCo, with a network of high-quality professional technicians that has serviced the custom window covering industry since 2000. Onsite is the recommended cleaning service for Hunter Douglas worldwide, notes ServeCo.

FPC is a leading provider of warranty programs for the furniture and bedding industries, says ServeCo. It also manages a network of in-home professionals to provide service to furniture retailers and manufacturers.

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