verb. restore (something old, especially a building) to a good state of repair.
“the old school has been tastefully renovated as a private house”
synonyms: modernize, restore, refurbish, revamp, recondition, rehabilitate, overhaul, redevelop
archaic. refresh; reinvigorate.
“a little warm nourishment renovated him for a short time”
When you are dealing with a room that is in a state of disrepair or ruin as a result of age or neglect, you will certainly need a renovation oppose to a remodel. Why is it so important to know the difference? Accurately communicating with your contractor what changes you want made to your home or room is a huge reason. If you’re anticipating on selling your home, a newly renovated home means something different to the buyer than a newly remodeled home. Last but not least, there are certain costs associated with each type of construction. You want to stay within your budget for the scope of work you desire. Two key words to remember what renovate means is “repairing” or “restoring”.