Renovators.com Presents the Ultimate Online Home Improvement Resource for Old-House Enthusiasts

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Renovators.com announces the latest release of their website, bringing community, product information and resources, knowledge and advice together into one concise site that specifically addresses old-home needs. Designed for the old-house homeowner and restorer alike, Renovators.com actualizes Â?Old-House Community and Know-HowÂ? with a new look and upgraded features.

Chelmsford, MA (PRWEB) September 23, 2004 – Renovators.com announces the latest release of their website, bringing community, product information and resources, knowledge and advice together into one concise site that specifically addresses old-home needs. Designed for the old-house homeowner and restorer alike, Renovators.com actualizes “Old-House Community and Know-How” with a new look and upgraded features.

Renovators.com realizes the unique and difficult needs of old-house homeowners. Tom Boilard, old-house enthusiast and founder of Renovators.com states, “It can be a very difficult task locating products and information when you are working on an older home. Our “Where can I find…” forum for example, helps visitors locate hard-to-find products and information by offering them a venue to tell the old-house community about their quest. It works extremely well.”

Whether searching for home items from antique fixtures to woodworking, Renovators.com offers listings for product and service companies specializing in old-house related needs. These associates offer their expertise in such areas as antique reproductions, architectural salvage, restoration and architecture and design, and general home improvement. Homeowners looking for the perfect wallpaper, hinge or sink can find these antique items at one of the many associated websites.

Renovators.com also now offers community forums for homeowners to meet and swap information and advice relating to their restoration projects. Users can post questions about where to find specific products or services, learn and share tips about both pre- and post-1900 homes and gather in a general forum. These forums create an online community for old-house homeowners and enthusiasts alike to share their love of old homes and learn a few new tricks.

About Renovators.com

Renovators.com is the country's premier online resource and community for antique home owners and old house enthusiasts. Their mission is to build an enjoyable online community and knowledge-base for old-house lovers.

Visit http://www.renovators.com to become a member or to list your business on the site.

Contact:

Thomas Boilard

508-873-6093

http://www.renovators.com

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