Atlanta Rug Cleaning

Searching for a Professional Atlanta Rug Cleaning Company?

Many homeowners believe that just because a carpet looks clean on the surface, it is. In reality, the surface below the carpet is saturated with contaminants such as pet dander, soils, pollutants, damage from spills and allergens.

A professional rug cleaning will flush out these invisible, embedded impurities and toxins. This will do wonders for the health and appearance of your carpet—and also your home.

The many benefits of professional rug cleaning include:

  • Elimination of pet odors, pet dander and urine stains 
  • Improving air quality for you and your family’s health
  • Help adhering to carpet warranties
  • Extending the life, appearance and quality of carpets 
  • Removing dust, soil and germs that hide below the surface
  • Keeping you from having to replace carpeting early

Keeping your carpets clean and healthy is a continuous challenge—especially in high traffic areas. Professional cleaning will help your carpets look great for their full lifetime. By hiring the right professional Atlanta rug cleaning company, you know the job will be done right. Every time.

Houndstooth: Professional Metro Atlanta Rug Cleaning Services.

Guaranteed Satisfaction.

At Houndstooth, we know the health and appearance of your home is evidenced by many things, including the cleanliness of your carpet. So you can look to us for prompt, professional rug cleaning services. For over 30 years, we have provided reliable rug cleaning for thousands of metro Atlanta homeowners.   
    
Whether you’re looking for rug cleaning, duct cleaning or upholstery cleaning, we stand by our low prices and guaranteed satisfaction. Houndstooth professionals will never surprise you with a different price. When you want healthy, clean rugs and carpets let us be your cleaner of choice.

Check out our metro Atlanta rug cleaning specials today by calling our representatives at 770-326-6244 or by making your Atlanta rug cleaning appointment online.



Follow Houndstooth on Twitter