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1 - 20 of 76 Providers
 
ABBEY CARPET & FLOORS
10212 Southard Dr, Beltsville, MD  20705
301-937-0030
 
ABBEY CARPET N' THINGS
8740 Cherry Ln Ste 12, Laurel, MD  20707
301-206-2200
 
ACCENT FLOORS
5834 Kirby Rd, Clinton, MD  20735
410-266-7865
 
AMERICAN CARPET SOUTH INC
8363 Ardwick Ardmore Rd, Hyattsville, MD  20785
301-322-7111
 
AMERICA'S FLOORING CENTER
7900 Annapolis Rd, Lanham, MD  20706
301-577-5090
 
AMSTERDAM CARPET & INTERIOR DESIGN
1508 Taylor Ave, Fort Washington, MD  20744
301-292-0468
 
BELL'S CARPET
10216 Southard Dr, Beltsville, MD  20705
301-595-1188
 
BELLS FLOORING
10216 Southland Dr, College Park, MD  20740
301-595-1188
 
BEST FOR LESS FLOOR SERVICE
619i Hampton Park Blvd, Capitol Heights, MD  20743
301-499-7100
 
BLP CARPET
10711 Baltimore Ave, Beltsville, MD  20705
301-937-6465
 
BOTTOM LINE PRICE CARPETS
10711 Baltimore Ave, Beltsville, MD  20705
301-937-6465
 
CALMAR SERVICES
8405 Bates Dr, Bowie, MD  20715
301-352-0934
 
CALWORTH CARPET
3638 Cousins Dr, Hyattsville, MD  20781
301-772-3732
 
CAPITOL DISTRIBUTORS INC
5004 Buchanan St, Hyattsville, MD  20781
301-779-7414
 
CARDINAL DISTRIBUTORS
8150 Cryden Way, District Heights, MD  20747
301-420-0500
 
CAROUSEL CARPETS INC
3315 Superior Ln, Bowie, MD  20715
301-262-2650
 
CARPET BINDING SERVICES
8652 Old Ardmore Rd, Hyattsville, MD  20785
301-773-1334
 
CARPET CENTER INC
304 Main St, Laurel, MD  20707
301-470-3908
 
CARPET CONSULTANTS INC
12000 Old Baltimore Pike, Beltsville, MD  20705
301-595-1708
 
CARPET CRAFT INC
14705 Baltimore Ave Ste B, Laurel, MD  20707
301-206-3099
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Carpet installers typically do the following:

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Carpet installers lay carpet in many types of new and old buildings, including homes, offices, restaurants, and museums. Although installing carpet in newly constructed buildings requires minimal preparation, those who replace existing carpet must first remove old flooring, including any padding, glue, tacks, or staples. In some cases, carpet installers lay carpet over existing tile or hardwood.

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