re-carpet

re-carpet

vb
(Textiles) to replace the existing carpet (in a room or office, etc)
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The whopping bill includes a staggering pounds 13,000 this year to re-carpet just PART of the lavish pad that's provided with his job.
Yesterday Rosemary said when she demanded the council clean the property, they told her the upkeep was her responsibility.She was refused a grant to decorate and re-carpet the house.
City Hall is in the process of awarding tenders for 31 more roads while county engineers will re-carpet 28 roads using their own machinery.
"Inside, one of the easiest ways to make a house look and feel great is to re-carpet it.
Earlier, Members of the National Assembly on various points of order demanded of the government to re-carpet Peshawar-Torkham road, which is in dilapidated condition.
A spokesman said: "The carpet claim was to re-carpet the whole flat in London, to replace the original carpet, which was very old and worn.
You would not be able to claim the full amount to re- decorate and re-carpet. It appears the offer is on the light side but not significantly so.
Bare floorboards and a rug can be a cost effective alternative or re-carpet using a cost effective foam backed option.
Unless we can get them out, we'll have to re-carpet all of downstairs.
Telewa was awarded a Sh.341milliom contract in January 2012 to re-carpet the 10km Changamwe Miritini road for a period of six months.