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Widmer’s opened its doors in 1910 at 2016 Madison Road. The company was named after its original owner Wes Widmer and started out offering high quality dry cleaning services to the Greater Cincinnati Area. In 1950, the company was purchased by a local family. During this period Widmer’s became known for their expertise in the restoration of vintage garments. The company even processed many of the vintage garments on display at the Smithsonian Institute. Some such items include Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Rider Suit and the suit that Abraham Lincoln was wearing when he was assassinated. In the late 1990s, two big changes happened in the company. One being the sale of the company to the biggest dry cleaner on the east coast, The Zoots Corporation located in Boston. The second change was the addition of their carpet cleaning and upholstery division. Widmer’s restoration divisions were a direct result of the success of the carpet cleaning division. Beginning with water restoration in the late 1990s, the new millennium brought on a host of other services including fire, mold and duct cleaning. This catastrophe cleaning has enabled the Widmer’s name to extend far beyond the Midwest through hurricane and disaster cleanup. In 2006, Widmer’s partnered with two well known carpet cleaning companies, Security Amirkhanian and American Carpet Masters (located in Dayton). Both companies shared similar goals and vision to that of Widmer’s. Two years later the company was again under local ownership after being purchased by current owners, Steve Carico & Jack Cunningham. Each owner has shown their hard work and dedication to the company by working up through the ranks. Today, Widmer’s is a multimillion dollar company. When asked how the company got so large in such a short time owner Steve Carico knows it is due to quality and reputation: “Widmer’s got their good name because they always tried to produce the best quality possible,” and shares, “we focus on excellent service.” Widmers’ has consistently been recognized both by loyal customers and numerous professional organizations. In fact, in 2006 this could not have been more apparent when the company was honored by the Better Business Bureau with The Torch Award, an award for marketplace ethics. In addition, Widmer’s was among the first cleaners in the world to be awarded the Award of Excellence by the Clothing Care Council.

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About Widmer's

Widmer’s opened its doors in 1910 at 2016 Madison Road. The company was named after its original owner Wes Widmer and started out offering high quality dry cleaning services to the Greater Cincinnati Area.

In 1950, the company was purchased by a local family. During this period Widmer’s became known for their expertise in the restoration of vintage garments. The company even processed many of the vintage garments on display at the Smithsonian Institute. Some such items include Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Rider Suit and the suit that Abraham Lincoln was wearing when he was assassinated. In the late 1990s, two big changes happened in the company. One being the sale of the company to the biggest dry cleaner on the east coast, The Zoots Corporation located in Boston. The second change was the addition of their carpet cleaning and upholstery division. Widmer’s restoration divisions were a direct result of the success of the carpet cleaning division. Beginning with water restoration in the late 1990s, the new millennium brought on a host of other services including fire, mold and duct cleaning. This catastrophe cleaning has enabled the Widmer’s name to extend far beyond the Midwest through hurricane and disaster cleanup.

In 2006, Widmer’s partnered with two well known carpet cleaning companies, Security Amirkhanian and American Carpet Masters (located in Dayton). Both companies shared similar goals and vision to that of Widmer’s. Two years later the company was again under local ownership after being purchased by current owners, Steve Carico & Jack Cunningham. Each owner has shown their hard work and dedication to the company by working up through the ranks. Today, Widmer’s is a multimillion dollar company. When asked how the company got so large in such a short time owner Steve Carico knows it is due to quality and reputation:

“Widmer’s got their good name because they always tried to produce the best quality possible,” and shares, “we focus on excellent service.”

Widmers’ has consistently been recognized both by loyal customers and numerous professional organizations. In fact, in 2006 this could not have been more apparent when the company was honored by the Better Business Bureau with The Torch Award, an award for marketplace ethics. In addition, Widmer’s was among the first cleaners in the world to be awarded the Award of Excellence by the Clothing Care Council.