HOLLAND CHARLES HOME REJUVENATIONS?

Why Rejuvenations? It’s not even a word.

Great question! As you can see below, rejuvenate is a verb that conveys many things. It can mean anything from “making new” to “bring back to life”. Of course, those are nice things to accomplish in your home, and guess what, pretty much anybody can help you do that. Joe’s Remodeling can update your home with a fresh coat of paint. John’s Construction can overhaul your master bath. There are literally thousands of companies that can sell and install new cabinetry, flooring, counters, etc.

At Holland Charles Home Rejuvenations we are focused on only three of the many meanings of rejuvenation. Those that affect you and your loved ones emotionally. The goal is simple. When you spend time in your newly rejuvenated living space, you feel a sense of being refreshed, revitalized, and recharged. A place you enjoy spending your time and take pride in entertaining your friends.

So why Rejuvenations? Because no two rejuvenation projects are alike. They all have their own unique qualities. So, with endless possibilities, we’ve added the “s” to rejuvenations. Contact us today. We look forward to helping you create your ideal environment.

rejuvenate

[ri-joo-vuh-neyt] Spell Syllables

verb (used with object), rejuvenated, rejuvenating.

  • to make young again; restore to youthful vigor, appearance, etc.:
  • That vacation has certainly rejuvenated him.

  • to restore to a former state; make fresh or new again:
  • to rejuvenate an old sofa.

verb (used with object), rejuvenated, rejuvenating.

  • to undergo rejuvenation; revive.

Synonyms and Antonyms of rejuvenate

  • to bring back to a former condition or vigor 
    “the shower rejuvenated me after a long day of cleaning out the garage”
    Synonyms: freshen, recharge, recreate, refresh, refreshen, regenerate, renew, repair, restore, resuscitate, revitalize, revive, revivify
    Related Words: make over, overhaul, reclaim, recondition, reconstitute,
    redesign, redevelop, redo, reengineer, refurbish, rehab, rehabilitate,
    remake,
    remodel, renovate; refill, replenish, resupply; modernize, update
  • to bring back to life, practice, or activity
    “that rock star has rejuvenated '80s fashion for a whole new generation”
    Synonyms: reanimate, recharge, regenerate, revive, rekindle, renew
    , resurrect, resuscitate, revitalize, revivify, rewake, rewaken
    Related Words: jump-start, kick-start; reactivate, restart; reinvent; refresh, refreshen
    Near Antonyms: extinguish, kill, quench, suppress