Fibermark Mark the Carpetbegger, Inc.

Santa Monica 7,000 Sq. Ft Plant
Business Website Address
Business Phone Number
Business Fax
Business Address
1708 22nd Street
Primary County(s) Served
Los Angeles County Santa Barbara County Orange County
Cities Served
Los Angeles Santa Monica West Los Angeles Beverly HIlls Bel Air Malibu Pacific Palisades Brentwood Pasadena Calabasas Woodland Hills Hidden Hills Hollywood West Hollywood Lake Sherwood Thousand Oaks Westlake Camarillo Montecito Santa Barbara Topanga Canyon Palm Springs Newport Coast Laguna Nigel
Year Company Was Started
Primary Services Offered
Cleaning, Protection & Restoration of Fine Fabrics, Carpets & Leathers
Short Business Description
Cleaning, Protection & Restoration of Fine Fabrics, Carpets & Leathers
Associations & Groups
Estate Mangagement Coalition - CFI
Company History

Mark The Carpetbagger was started in 1963, by my father Joe Goodman. 1986 I started Fibermark, For a period we had worked together engaging both of our company names. 201 my father passed, I then merged the companies to start Fibermark Mark The Carpetbagger - aka FibermarkMTC

Owner Name
Mark Goodman
Owner Bio
At 12 years old I was accompanying my dad on jobs and estimates (mostly on the weekends) At 15 I started working full time on weekends. Few years in college, decided to work full time. Started my own company while in college, but the started getting very busy. Contined my company til 1986, then merged my company with my fathers. Met my wife in 2007, married a few years later, we moved to Sherman oaks and I moved the company to Santa Monica. I have a wonderful step-son, a daughter and a son of ours. Amanda is 21 and in art school at Art Center in Pasadena, CA. Jake the youngest will be off to either Naval Academy or the Navy. My stepson is taking on a more spiritual path of clean living and would love to be out on his own. Anne my wife runs a very successful dentist office in Toluca Lake.
  • This art piece is made from tiny cut up pieces oif hundred dollar bills.  The linen backing was water stained, which we were able to remove
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