Hello all, I am new to this forum and seeking some advice (validation or reality check.) I am a fairly adept DIYer but no experience installing carpet. We just had all of the floors in our home replaced which included carpet, hardwood, and LVP. We paid a small fortune and now that the job is "complete" I have about 30 days to review the work before final payment. I am a bit OCD and would like some advice as to whether my expectations and dissatisfaction with portions of the carpet install are realistic or unrealistic. The overall install is acceptable but the stairs to my basement look terrible to me. The installer blames this on the (1995) drywall being cut poorly and lack of nosing and skirt boards. Here are some images of the final product. Can anyone with experience tell me if this is what a final stair carpet install should look like? Gaps at edges, not wrapped or turned under, wall scratches, etc. Am I expecting too much? If not, what could be the solution for the wall gaps and slack edges?