DFW General Contracting
9081 2nd St, 10, Frisco
general contractor point of interest establishment
Paul Davis Restoration of Frisco, McKinney & West Plano, TX
6201 Technology Dr #119, Frisco
general contractor point of interest establishment
All Ways Carpet Cleaning & Restoration
6201 Technology Dr #116, Frisco
laundry general contractor point of interest
High Performance Restoration LLC
6500 Preston Rd #201, Frisco
roofing contractor store point of interest
ATS Restoration
2591 Dallas Pkwy #300, Frisco
general contractor point of interest establishment
Home Restoration Service
4567 Risinghill Dr, Plano
general contractor point of interest establishment
Floors To Ceiling Restoration
#902, 15222 King Rd, Frisco
home goods store store general contractor
PuroClean Restoration Specialists
122 Rose Ln #103, Frisco
general contractor point of interest establishment
SERVPRO of South Frisco/The Colony
207 King Rd #100, Frisco
general contractor point of interest establishment
Restoration Roofing NTX
15922 Eldorado Pkwy suite 500-1556, Frisco
roofing contractor point of interest establishment
Freedom Restoration LLC
1971 University Business Dr #105, McKinney
point of interest establishment
Restoration Hardware
6121 W Park Blvd Ste D108, Plano
furniture store home goods store store
Springtree Roofing and Restoration
104 S Austin Dr, Allen
roofing contractor home goods store store
Mr Restore
1590 E Business Hwy 121, Building 2, Suite 100, Lewisville
general contractor point of interest establishment
Regent Restoration
824 Office Park Cir #100, Lewisville
general contractor point of interest establishment
Restoration Hardware
3133 Knox St, Dallas
furniture store home goods store store

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Conservation, ecology, and environment



  • Assisted natural regeneration (ANR), protection and preservation of natural tree seedlings in forested areas

  • Conservation biology practices to restore biodiversity and ecosystem function

  • Environmental remediation, action to improve the environment or prevent further degradation, generally based on assessment of health and ecological risks, and subject to regulatory requirements

  • Environmental restoration, a process in which a damaged natural resource is renewed

  • Island restoration, the ecological restoration of islands

  • Reforestation, natural or intentional restocking of existing forests and woodlands that have been depleted, usually through deforestation
    ** Afforestation, the process of establishing a forest of stand of trees in an area where there was no forest

  • Restoration ecology, the return of a landscape, ecosystem, or other ecological entity to a predefined historical state; the practice of renewing and restoring degraded, damaged, or destroyed ecosystems and habitats in the environment by active human intervention and action

  • Stream restoration, activities that improve the environmental health of a river or stream


Cultural heritage



  • Antiques restoration Davor

  • Restoration (cultural heritage), a process that attempts to return the work of art to some previous state

  • Conservation-restoration,

  • Painting restoration, restoring old or damaged paintings back to their (near-)original state

  • Photo restoration

  • Restoration of materials and objects
    Conservation and restoration of copper-based objects
    Conservation and restoration of iron and steel objects
    Conservation and restoration of metals
    Conservation and restoration of silver objects
    Conservation and restoration of outdoor bronze artworks
    Conservation and restoration of vehicles
    Conservation and restoration of glass objects
    Conservation and restoration of ivory objects

  • Film preservation, restoration of films

  • Restoration of sound or image recordings (discs, tape, videotape, etc.)


General



  • Building restoration, work performed on a building in an attempt to return it to a previous state

  • Cosmetic restoration, restoration work on a vehicle or building which focuses upon its appearance rather than its functionality or structure

  • Fabric restoration, restoration of clothing after a flood or fire

  • Maintenance, repair, and operations

  • Restoration or wiktionary:refurbish of vehicles, furniture, appliances, equipment, etc.


History



  • Restoration of Poland carried out by Casimir I the Restorer in 1039

  • In Japanese history
    : Kenmu Restoration, in 1333
    :
    Meiji Restoration, in 1868

  • Portuguese Restoration War (1640-1668)

  • Restoration (1660), describing the events leading to the restoration of Charles II and the period that followed in the British Isles and colonies
    :* Restoration (England), describing the same events and period in England specifically

  • The European Restoration, the return of many monarchies after Napoleon's defeat in 1814 (also often using the French equivalent term ''Restauration'')
    : The Bourbon Restoration, period of French history from 1814 to 1830
    ::
    The First Restoration, specific period from April 1814 to March 1815
    :History of Germany#Politics of restoration and revolution, the post-Napoleonic period in Germany
    :
    The Restauration (Switzerland), the period from 1814 to 1830 in Switzerland
    ::* The , period from 1814 to 1833 (see History of Spain (1814–73))
    : The Restoration (Spain) or ''Bourbon Restoration'', period from 1874 to 1931, after the demise of the First Spanish Republic

  • The or ''German Restoration'', period following the Revolutions of 1848 in the German states

  • The Dominican Restoration War (1863–65), after a period of re-annexation of the Dominican Republic by Spain

  • The Manchu Restoration in China, from 1 July to 12 July 1917


Arts



  • Restoration style

  • Literature of the English Restoration period (1660 to 1700):
    : Restoration literature
    :
    Restoration comedy
    : Restoration spectacular
    :
    Heroic drama, a type of play popular during the Restoration era in England


Music


*''Revamp & Restoration#Restoration'', a tribute album to Elton John and Bernie Taupin


Technology



  • Circuit restoration, in telecommunications, action taken to repair and return to service one or more telecommunications services

  • Data restoration (computer technology), returning data from a backup to its original location or to its successor


Medicine



  • Tooth filling or dental restoration, in dentistry, the shaped replacement material for lost tooth structure

  • Foreskin restoration, in medicine, the process of expanding the skin on the penis


Religion



  • Church of God (Restoration) or "Restoration Churches"

  • Restoration (Latter Day Saints) describes the restoration of the doctrines and authority of primitive Christianity as taught by churches of the Latter Day Saint movement

  • Restoration Branches, independent Latter Day Saint organizations that have left the Community of Christ (historically, the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) over changes made in 1984 Church's conference

  • Restoration Movement, a Christian movement originating in the 19th century that seeks to restore the doctrine and practice of the early church

  • The term ''Restorationism'' is sometimes used to denote the religious motif of Christian primitivism, typified by various movements of the 19th century which sought return to the original pattern of Christianity

  • ''Restorationism'' is also used to denote the doctrine of universal reconciliation associated with Origen, revived among some nineteenth century Universalists under the name of "restorationism"

  • Victorian restoration, the widespread refurbishment and rebuilding of Church of England churches that took place during the 19th century reign of Queen Victoria.


Title or name



  • ''HMS Restoration'', the name of several Royal Navy ships

  • Restoration (1995 film), a 1995 film by Michael Hoffman, set after the English Restoration starring Robert Downey Jr

  • Restoration (2011 film), an Israeli film by Yossi Madmoni about a small furniture-restoration business

  • Restoration (2016 film), an Australian science fiction thriller directed by Stuart Willis

  • The Restoration (film), a 1909 film by D.W. Griffith, based on the novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky

  • Restoration (newspaper), a Catholic newspaper published by the Madonna House Apostolate

  • Restoration (Berg novel), a 2002 novel by Carol Berg

  • Restoration (Ólafsson novel), a 2012 novel by Ólafur Jóhann Ólafsson

  • Restoration (Tremain novel), a 1989 novel by Rose Tremain set during the English Revolution

  • Restoration (TV series), a BBC TV series in the UK highlighting buildings at risk

  • Restoration (Mia and Me episode), an episode of Mia and Me

  • Restoration (EP), an EP by English progressive metal band Haken

  • Restorations (band), an American rock band


Vehicles



  • Automotive restoration

  • Restored train

  • Vehicle restoration, the process of returning a vehicle to a like-new state


Other uses



  • In criminal justice, restoration is another term for restorative justice

  • Restauration (ship), a symbol of Norwegian immigration to the United States

  • ''Restoration of the Monarchy'', a fashion label by Eric Villency


See also



  • Restauration (disambiguation)

  • Restorationism (disambiguation)

  • Restore (disambiguation)

  • Ship of Theseus


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