Like millions of American success stories, the Ayoub family history reflects the optimism and fundamental values of hard working immigrants.
In 1936, Joseph Ayoub left the old country to seek freedom and economic opportunity in America.
1940’s . . . Over the course of twelve years Joseph expanded his knowledge in the rug business. This would set the foundation for the future of the family business. Working hard, he was able to bring his wife and children to be with him in America in 1948.
1950’s . . . During the fifties, four of Joseph’s five sons served in the United States military. In 1952, Jack, the eldest son, returns from the Korean War. After returning, Jack joins his father and they begin the “Ayoub Tradition in Fine Rug Care.” One by one, Jack’s brothers: Norman, Sam, Said and Fred join the family business.
1960’s . . . After building a modern state-of-the-art rug cleaning and sales facility in Arlington, VA, the family business flourished well above their expectations.
1970’s . . . In less than three decades, the Ayoub name achieved a high level of recognition in the DC area for their commitment to fine rug care. Because of their expertise, they were commonly referred to as “the rug people.”
1980’s . . . During this period the family business adds a another generation to its ranks. Jack’s son, Daniel, starts working in the family business.
1990’s . . . After expanding from the family business, Daniel starts ACS Carpet Care which earns top ratings in Consumers’ Checkbook Magazine and recommendations from Washingtonian Magazine. With this recognition, ACS becomes “the carpet people” of choice in the DC area.
Today . . . With the combined services of ACS Carpet Care and Ayoub Rug Care under one roof, Daniel Ayoub continues to provide his clients with the finest service available. With three generations of knowledge, customer service and strong values, we are now recognized as:
“The Carpet and Rug People.”
Today . . . In continuing with the historical growth of the companies, Dan purchased property in Chantilly, Virginia, where he has built a 16,000 sq. ft. facility. This new plant will be one of the most modern rug cleaning and repair facilities in the United States and will provide a central location for the wall to wall cleaning division.
In addition, to accommodate the wants and needs of today’s consumer, the showroom will conveniently display hundreds of oriental and area rugs, both machine and hand made.