How to Build a House (häftad)
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Antal sidor
Revised ed
Taunton Press Inc
Laurence, Vincent/Snyder, Tim
70 drawings full colour 370 photographs
full colour, 70 drawings, 370 photographs
274 x 229 x 18 mm
999 g
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How to Build a House (häftad)

How to Build a House

Häftad Engelska, 2008-12-04
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Since its founding in 1976, the non-profit Habitat for Humanity International has built more than 255,000 houses for more than one million people and families in need world wide. First published in 2002, "How to Build a House" has helped thousands more build simple, energy efficient homes of their own by helping guide them from foundation to roof, through all interior finishes and fixtures. Written by long-time carpenter and Habitat volunteer, Larry Haun, this extensive revision features up-to-date information on residential codes, construction methods, and materials - as well as an updated design inside and out. Haun also provides new sections on tools, siding, ventilation, and landscaping. With clear information on everything from obtaining a site and permit to finishing touches like installing door locks and cabinets, this is the best single-volume resource for the beginning homebuilder.
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Larry Haun has worked as a carpenter in southern California for four decades and has been a Habitat for Humanity volunteer since the 1980s. He has taught apprentice carpenters at a local community college for more than 20 years. Larry lives in coastal Oregon, where he continues to build houses for Habitat.