Atlanta >Sig Samuels Dry Cleaning Co
“Fantastic customer service, below market prices, and good location”
“was looking for a place to take my dress shirts as my 'ole stand-by changed hands and the service quality of the new owners was horrible.”
“am always amazed at how cheap the bill is for such excellent service.”
BEST DRYCLEANERS IN ATLANTA!.
First let me start by saying that this small family owned place has the nicest people working there. Also they really know what their doing. You want a nasty spot gone? They can do that. Plus go the extra mile to but the little things that other cleaners don't do or don't think about doing. So point blank they know what they are doing here! They didn't take credit cards for the longest time but the great thing is they TAKE CREDIT CARDS NOW! Yay!
Oh and p.s. I have to note that the guy working behind the counter isn't bad on the eye either.
You know those movies that take place in the South? Usually involves some redneck, racist white guy perpetrating crap against someone. Well the guys at Sig Samuels *look* exactly like those characters.
One guy at the counter kept telling me how midtown had a lot of "weird folk walking around" (but only in Midtown), folk that you never see anywhere else. Of course he was too reticent to mention exatly who he was referring to. It was code for "too many gay 'roun here". What I should have said is "you're talking to a goddamn queer", but I decided it wasn't worth it. Do these people not realize that a large portion of their clientele is gay?
Anyway, aside from the coded comments they're very hospitable. The sirs-and-the-thank-ya-maams come in abundance.
Great Neighborhood Dry Cleaners. They really go out of their way for their customers. Everyone greats you by name and most of the time they have your clothes in hand before you make it through the door.
Spots on Shirts Every Time. This place cannot handle a man's shirt. Every wrinkle-resistant shirt comes back with at least 3 (usually more) spots that can only be removed by re-washing the shirt. Starch is non-existent. One shirt was pressed with a PEANUT in the pocket -- and we don't eat peanuts! It's a waste of money. Can't imagine why anyone would frequent this place. Must be people who really don't care about their clothes.
Fantastic customer service, below market prices, and good location
Cons: only accepts cash or check....no credit cards
Sig's is the BEST for customer service..
If you want the definition of "customer service," brother, Sig's got it going on. I've been going there for 26 years and when you leave, you feel inspired by knowing there really is a place that will treat you as a valued customer.
The value and quality of their cleaning is superb. And you can even get your shirts boxed!
NOT THE BEST PLACE, WHO WROTE THESE REVIEWS. Can anyone launder a dry shirt and press it right??? I was looking for a place to take my dress shirts as my 'ole stand-by changed hands and the service quality of the new owners was horrible. So I decided to try the "city search" winner. Yes, the folks there are truly nice, but at the end of the day I don't care if I have to deal with a person with a bad attitude or not. I want a shirt that has been cleaned and properly pressed. My shirts were returned to me as if they were taken from the bag and rehung on a hanger. They were wrinkled and the collars were a mess! I'm not sure who wrote these reviews, but this place is despicable!
Great to do business with. I moved to ATL about six months ago, and chose this dry cleaner based on citysearch reviews. I'm so glad I did - these guys could not be any friendlier, they truly love doing business with their customers. Prices are fair and turnaround is quick. I always walk out of there with a smile on my face, in addition to having nicely pressed clothes!
Sig's is the BEST.
They always do a great job cleaning and pressing my stuff -- and they are SO friendly. I always take my winter bedding in for cleaning in the spring and don't pick it up until the first frost -- and they don't mind at all! I have even seem employees offer to DELIVER items to people if they won't be ready the next day. Who does that?? These guys are the best, truly -- if only more people gave this kind of customer service.
They don't take credit cards, which can be a bummer... but they've let my husband pick up our cleaning and just pay later when he's forgotten to bring cash. Again, who does THAT??
I don't have a ton of dry cleaning needs with my current job -- but when I do, I always take it to Sig's!
Great Service and Prices. It's a bit of a time warp to walk into this place, but everyone is so friendly and the prices are very reasonable. They only charge $1.25 to launder women's dress shirts-- most places make women pay a $4 or $5 dry cleaning charge with the claim that women's shirts won't fit on the press! I'll definitely be back!
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