Carpet Yard - McLean, VAJob abandonment, poor workmanship, etc.

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The company does not have a Virginia contractor’s license to date 3/22/07. They also did not have an Alexandria City license to do work in Alexandria, VA.

They abandoned our hardwood flooring installation and tried to collect 6 months after the job was started and not completed. They used different flooring and stairs that was on the estimate. They damaged the installation do to poor workmanship so we had to have flooring, stairs and a railing ripped out and replaced etc. etc. The list goes on.

A list of other issues with some pictures can be seen at

Carpet Yard
Service • [protected] • Fax: [protected] •
1311 Old Chain Bridge Road • McLean, VA 22101 • [protected]
2811-C Merrilee Drive • Fairfax, VA 22031 • [protected]


  • Ji
    Jina May 12, 2009

    This posting is false. The Carpet Yard does have a Class "A" contractor's license. This client lost in a court case he brought to an Alexandria court and is very unhappy about it. He owed The Carpet Yard money for a year and our attorney had to collect.

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    Melissa May 21, 2007
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    My husband use to install for them and they were very unprofessional. When he voiced his opinion about their unprofessionalism they held his paycheck and we actually had to go to court. Very Very bad experience.

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