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Hi-early cement. Aiguille. Darby. You’re in the middle of a home improvement project and suddenly you’re confronted with words you’ve never seen before. You don’t know what these things are, how to use them or how you’re supposed to even recognize them at the hardware store. Help is here for every homeowner or do-it-yourselfer who’s ever stumbled over strange terminology, misleading instructions or inadequate explanations. Now, with this unique, fully illustrated dictionary, you’ll have the one tool every successful do-it-yourselfer needs—a complete understanding of your next home improvement project. This comprehensive dictionary features:
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PAUL BIANCHINA is a licensed contractor, energy analyst, and how-to writer based in Bend, Oregon. He has written articles for Home Mechanix and Family Handyman, and many others, and is the author of seven highly successful books on home improvement.
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Book Description Wiley, 1993. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110471576565
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