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|Tackle items unique to room additions: reinforcing ceiling joists for 2nd-story conversions; bathroom additions; attic conversions. Learn: whatequired for footings, foundations and slabs; how to plan floor, wall and ceiling framing; how to design the best bathrooms for the allotted space; how to install sheathing and roofing, and more. |
ISBN: 1889892343 Date Published on 9/6/2006
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|Advice and techniques to create the perfect outdoor cooking center for your home and lifestyle-from a simple grill to an elaborate outdoor kitchen. The meat of the book is fifteen complete barbecue building plans, including simple surrounds for portable grills, smokers, and even fire pits. Whether planning to build-your-own or hire a professional, Building Barbecues has the recipe for a successful project.|
ISBN: 0376010436 Date Published on 8/17/2006
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* 8 x 11
* Packed with elegant designs
* Step-by-step instructions and illustrations
All about building traditional entrances to the home. Displays component parts and joints on detailed charts. Tells how to design, construct, and hang a selection of doors and gates. Features practical exercises for perfecting door- and gate-making skills. Offers more than 100 designs, with the specifics on building them. All presented in the Bridgewaters' trademark style.
Alan and Gill Bridgewater have written and illustrated over 40 books on woodworking and crafts, including How to Use & Care for Woodworking Tools and Boxes & Chests.
ISBN: 0811726789 Date Published on 10/13/2006
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|Family, friends, kids-everyone enjoys hanging out in the backyard or garden. Just think how impressed they'll be when they find out you built the furniture. Sunset commissioned a master woodworker to design these 18 high-end, elegantly simple pieces of outdoor furniture. Full-color photography shows off the beautiful design and craftsmanship of the completed projects. Several kinds of outdoor-resilient wood are used, such as pine, teak, mahogany, and recycled plastic lumber.|
ISBN: 0376010274 Date Published on 9/20/2006
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|This fantastic book is a follow-up to Proulx's How to Build Classic Garden Furniture. Readers will find more great projects, ranging from simple weekend designs to intermediate level projects that require more investment in time and materials.
Readers will find all the detailed steps they need to build these great outdoor projects without using a shop full of tools--perfect for the weekend woodworker and do-it-yourselfer. Projects range from flower planters, chairs and garden benches to loveseats, swings and tables, suitable for any backyard deck, patio or garden. All the projects are fresh, useful and innovative--sure to please both the builder and the user.
* Packed with clear, close-up photography with captions to illustrate construction procedures
* Includes 15 exciting projects
ISBN: 1558705643 Date Published on 9/20/2006
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|First published in 1994, this book quickly established itself as the standard shop reference on building kitchen cabinets. It covers all aspects of building a complete set of cabinets, from choosing a style for doors, to laying out the cabinets, to finishing and installing convenience hardware in the interiors. |
ISBN: 1561587974 Date Published on 8/17/2006
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|Building Your Own Kitchen Cabinets: Layout-Materials-Construction-Installation|
ISBN: 0918804159 Date Published on 8/21/2006
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|Bungalow dining rooms were an agreeable mix of the old and the new, offering early-twentieth-century homeowners the latest in modern conveniences and a way to maintain important domestic traditions. Today we admire bungalow dining rooms primarily for their innovative and distinctive design elements: natural-finished woodwork, including rich wainscoting; inviting entryways, sometimes highlighted with colonnades; colorful art-glass windows and lighting fixtures; box-beamed ceilings; massive built-in sideboards; and other built-in furniture. Exceptional photographs, archival images from period publications, and informed text illustrate the beauty and practicality of the bungalow dining room, which served up not only family fare but provided an enjoyable living space. |
ISBN: 0764924931 Date Published on 9/2/2006