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To restore to an earlier condition by repairing or remodeling.
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What does it mean when you dream about renovation?

A dream about renovation may indicate that old ideas or habits are being replaced by new ways of looking at the world and interacting with others.

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The analysis identifies two groups of renovators--non-mover renovators and mover renovators.
To comply with this law, contractors must have one Certified Renovator on staff and have their company certified with the EPA (or Washington State Department of Commerce) for a $50 fee.
IRO Brian Chase says his Richmond-based company, Landmark Property Services Inc., paid to have several of his employees earn their renovator certifications.
"With the April 22, 2010 deadline nearing, it is clear that EPA cannot ensure enough certified renovators will be available for compliance with the LRRP.
* Assign at least one Certified Renovator to each renovation, repair and painting project.
The Resourceful Renovator: A Gallery of Ideas for Reusing Building Materials (Chelsea Green, $24.95)
EPA and Washington State Department of Commerce require all contractors who may disturb lead paint on pre-1978 homes take a class to become a Certified Renovator and then register their Firm.
Silver Bay Realty Trust Corp (NYSE:SBY), an acquirer, renovator, lessor and manager of single-family properties, announced on Thursday a common stock dividend of USD0.01 per share, for the third quarter of 2013.
Millers Falls, NJ, February 06, 2013 --( A revamped website that has been launched by The Renovator's Supply, Inc.
In a letter to NAA/NMHC, EPA responded that they believe there are ample trainers and certified renovator's to provide services to pre-1978 target properties.
The proposed rule requires that a "certified renovator" supervise each renovation--defined as any activity that disturbs more than 2 s/f of paint.