Atlanta Carpet Cleaning | Upholstery, Duct Cleaning | Houndstooth



Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Dekalb,  Douglas, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Henry, Newton, Paulding, Rockdale

Houndstooth Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning, Upholstery & Carpet Cleaning, Norcross, GA
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The Atlanta Carpet Cleaning Prices You Can Trust!

 SINCE 1979


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Houndstooth is considered an essential business as we assist in fighting against the spread of viruses and germs through cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting carpet, upholstery and duct work.


Satisfaction Guaranteed & Same Day Service Available

*Carpet Cleaning

*Upholstery Cleaning

*Air Duct Cleaning

Other Services Provided at an Additional Charge

*Carpet Repairs And Restretching

*Water Damage Specialists

*Area Rugs

*Commerical Rates Available

*Pet Odor/Stain Specialists

*Drapery Cleaning


*Tile/Grout Cleaning



Top 10 Reasons Metro Atlanta Residents Use Houndstooth Carpet Cleaning


(10). Buckhead residents know that espresso coffee stains, unlike espresso itself, does not impress their friends.

 (9). Doravillians have their own version of spaghetti junction (on their carpets).

 (8). Stone Mountaineers know we won't take their business for granite.
 (7). Grant Parkers don't want people wondering if Willi B left a parting gift on their rug.

 (6). One more crack about their carpets smelling like the Horse Park and folks in Conyers will move into that monastery to enjoy the concrete floors.

 (5). Our competition may ask, but we know "Whar's Loganville."

 (4). Receiving enough excitement from Six Flags, Austellians know we won't take them for a ride.

 (3). While the music plays, Sandy Springsters can add to the hubbub at Chastain Park by referring us to the other Springsters.

 (2). Woodstocklanders are sick of cracks about how their carpet looks like the aftermath of the other Woodstock.

 (1). Kennesaw residents look forward to greeting our vans with a 21 gun salute.



Upon pulling your book from inventory, I realized that this book is not in the condition as it was described. It’s listed as “very good” when it is actually in “good” condition. There are library markings and the dust jacket, while covered in plastic, shows some wear. The pages are free from markings (other than the library stamps on the title page) but are a bit crinkly. 

I’m sorry for the inconvenience that we caused. We bought out a small online media store and, rather than just enter each item that we acquired individually, we did a bulk upload of their inventory directly to ours which included their descriptions. We obviously should have checked carefully to see that the physical item matched the description before the upload.

We can certainly cancel the order entirely or, if you’d rather, I can ship the book out and provide a $5 refund for the condition drop. I’ll await to hear from you before proceeding further. 

Again, we apologize for this inconvenience.



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