I saw them appear on magazines, yellow pages and companies
brochures/websites, sometimes I feel a bit confused about which is for
what. I doubt people using them knows the difference, especially for
remodeling and renovation, because I've seen k&b remodeling/renovation
all over the place.
Can anyone clearify this?
If by "them" you mean the capitalized words. Repair is fixing something.
Remodeling may be changing the look or style (surface appearance or
furnishings). Renovation may include strengthening or replacing old,
weak, worn, or rotted materials or utilities, or bring them up to date or
current codes. And hopefully any of those is an improvement (might not be
the case if a DYI'r does not know what they are doing). So there may be
some overlap. Remodeling/renovation is broad enough to cover upgrades
maintaining a classic appearance with modern materials, or modernizing the
Both in Milwaukee where I grew up, and here in Elgin, IL, we had a
neighbor that repaired/remodeled their house every time it burned (which
should not happen regularly). The latest rebuild of the one in Elgin
looks strange (or politely called unique), but has not reburned for quite
a few years.
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