Professional Textile Care experts? That may sound like an oxymoron, but it’s not. At Wagners, we have European trades’ education for Drycleaners and Launderers. We have more than 75 years hands on combined industry experience in garment care and restoration. As your local textile professional, we cannot only launder your shirts the way you want, dry-clean garments, restore your textiles after a fire or flood, but we can also clean your blinds, draperies and can give you a hand with your smelly sports gear. At Wagners, we are not just your neighbour drycleaner, we also offer our services to any client who may need assistance with their textile challenges, large or small. We tailor our service to what our clients need and in the time frames needed. We process a large variety of items, and provide pickup and delivery services to fit your schedule. Call us today! We are ready to assist, when YOU need it
Who We are
Elisabeth has been actively involved in the textile care industry since she was a very young girl. Her parents operated a Commercial laundry were she helped the family. In the mid-seventies, she married in to the Wagner family, which had been in the dry cleaning business for 3 generations. In 1990 she earned the Masters Certificate for drycleaner and launderers – the highest trade certification in Germany. In 1995, after relocating to Canada she took ownership of a dry-cleaning plant in Tsawwassen. Wagner’s European Fabricare is built on Elisabeth’s lifelong textile care experience, which is now over 45 years. She enjoys assisting her clients on all kinds of textile care dilemmas, large or small. She is very active in the community and volunteers her time when she is not working in the business.
Growing up in the multi generation family business, Frank has very vivid memories of being part of the business, including picking up and delivering textiles with Wagners drivers as a young boy. It wasn’t until years later, after taking the direction of textile engineering (Textile school in Austria), where he learned manufacturing, chemical composition of textiles, dyeing of fabrics, and printing on fabrics. Frank then took the direction of a 3 year Apprenticeship program in Nuremberg, Germany. Once he completed the apprenticeship Frank became part of a management team for the dry-cleaning and laundry plant that served approximately 30 US Army bases in Germany. In 1997, Frank immigrated to Canada, managed a dry-cleaning plant in Steveston, Richmond (Minato Village Cleaners). Then in the year 2000 he started a new plant in Delta (Tilbury Park) to address the growing demand on commercial business. He enjoys the variety of textile challenges within multiple markets and offers assistance to those clients, large or small with textile cleaning solutions. Today, he is actively involved in the Tilbury Park plant, part of a national textile restoration association that is Canada wide and he is also president of the local BC Fabricare association. With 35 years of being personally involved in the business, Frank is proud to represent the industry as well as continue in the family business, which has been going for over 179 years!
Monday to Saturday: 9:30am - 5pm
Closed: Sunday & Stats
Monday to Friday: 8am – 4pm
Closed: Saturday, Sunday & Stats
108 – 1077 – 56th Street
Delta, BC V4L 2A2
Tilbury Industrial Park:
34 – 7621 Vantage Way
Delta, BC V4G 1A6