Renovate – Renovation in a sentence

use renovate in a sentence

renovate;

1. [verb] Restore to a previous or better condition;

The local government has commissioned a feasibility study to determine if it is worth trying to renovate some of the historic buildings downtown.

It cost them a fortune to renovate their house, but it was worth it.

The construction crew is completely gutting the building to renovate it, but are leaving the exterior facade intact.

They bought a house that was built in 1902 and renovated it, and now it has been declared a heritage house by the city.

The construction crew is completely gutting the building to renovate it, but are leaving the exterior facade intact.

It cost a fortune to renovate our house, nevertheless, it was worth it.

An urban renewal project has been started in the city core, with plans to plant trees, clean up litter, and renovate some public buildings.

The group is investing $1.5 million to renovate 36 guestrooms and public spaces, including the lobby and pool deck.

2. [verb] Give new life or energy to;

Walking in the nature will certainly renovate your spirits.

renovation;

[noun] The act of improving by renewing and restoring;

His estimate for the renovations to our house was $2,250.

The renovations to the building have certainly facilitated access for those in a wheelchair.

The contractors have done a fantastic job on the renovations to our house, the place looks even better than we’d expected.