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- n. A person who renovates.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, renovates.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which renovates or renews.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a skilled worker who is employed to restore or refinish buildings or antique furniture
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Just from what we saw in the opener, our boy is way happier — and goofier — now that he has transitioned from house-flipper to interior renovator.
I don't understand why a home that has already reverted to the government/a bank somehow damages its prior owners if a green-focused renovator buys it?
Havock, all round FKN MUPPET CAPPER, renovator and cake decorator.
Not that their owner believed his preparations would do much good: MacKenzie, an experienced renovator and qualified electrician, reckoned the kitchen and most of the walls would collapse.
"I wanted to stay true to what it was; I'm a renovator not a remodeler," Mr. Nelson says.
If you believe there's no lead paint where the work will take place, you can get confirmation from a certified inspector or risk assessor, or by a certified renovator using an EPA-approved test kit.
" It ' s not like they are making a million of them and selling them all at Home Depot, " says Lino Carosella, an EPA-certified renovator in the Philadelphia area.
It remains zany from that onset as Celia understands the significant other in her life is the renovator.
If I hadnt become a writer, then a renovator, then a hotelier, Id have been a chef.
The owner of the house, who was doing it up, was a professional renovator of timber framed buildings, and he told us that he'd often taken beams from one cottage and slotted them into another, because they were cut to a standard size and were interchangeable.