A Carpenters Advice on Buying a Home is a brief, concise, practical manual on how to choose quality when purchasing a home. Whether considering a modest rambler or something more elaborate, this quick read will enable the prospective home buyer to recognize key features that distinguish a low maintenance, comfortable living home from one that will involve on-going repairs and headaches (saving thousands of dollars). To facilitate the process, a checklist is included to guide the home buyer. The reader will learn what pitfalls can disqualify a home; what's lurking/lacking in newer homes; how to evaluate a homes electrical, plumbing, heating, and air conditioning systems; what kind of siding and roofing is best, and how to do an easy personal home inspection (saving $$$ by avoiding multiple home inspections) as well as more vital information.
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During my 22 years of building experience I have been frequently queried by customers on aspects of home quality so I decided to share my experience, expertise, and advice to educate prospective home buyers.About the Author:
Who could possibly be a better judge of the quality of a home than the professional who builds, maintains, and remodels them: The Master Carpenter! Greg Evans building experience includes a total of 22 years in the areas of carpentry, cabinet making, plumbing, electrical, and sheet rock. His family history is strong in the skilled trades. His father, an electrician, began introducing Greg to home mechanics long before his formal training began.
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Book Description Canary Connect Pubns, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0964346222
Book Description Canary Connect Pubns, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-083-22-5418905