About

Welcome

Hello, I’m Stephen Weiss, President of LaFrance Cleaners. LaFrance, and my family, have been serving customers in the Mahoning Valley since 1945.  I am proud to be the third generation to carry on this tradition of excellence.

At LaFrance our philosophy is simple.  We provide our customers with convenient, high-quality cleaning and outstanding customer service at a reasonable price.  We are proud to have been named “Best of the Best” Dry Cleaner every year since 1996.  We’ve achieved this by providing our customers with great service, quality and convenience. Whether you use our free pick up and delivery or one of our 5 locations, getting high-quality dry cleaning has never been quicker or easier.

We’re also committed to doing our part in our community.  Through our Button Up program, we work with the Help Hotline Crisis Center, Inc. to clean and distribute thousands of coats to the homeless.  We also partner with the Second Harvest Food Bank, through our Clean Up Hunger campaign, to raise food and funds for our neighbors in the Mahoning Valley who rely on their support.  Click here to learn more about our community efforts.

We want to stay in touch with you, not only face to face when you visit a store or through this website, but with other popular social media.  We hope you’ll “Like” LaFrance on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.  If videos are more your style, visit our channel on YouTube, or be part of the conversation on our blog.  We appreciate your involvement and rely on your feedback.

Once again, thanks for visiting our website.  If you have any questions, contact us with your thoughts.  We look forward to serving you soon.

Awards and Recognitions

LaFrance has been voted “Best Dry Cleaner” in the Town Crier’s Reader’s Choice Awards every year since 1996.  Thanks again for voting for us.

LaFrance received the “Starfish Award” from the Help Hotline Crisis Center, Inc. for Outstanding Community Service for their efforts in working with volunteers from the PATH  program to establish the “Button Up” winter coat drive.