Over 300 step-by-step illustrations show you how
"Gene and Katie Hamilton . . . offer lots of do-it-yourself know-how."
Make your own house calls with this handy guide to home improvement. From fixing leaky faucets and replacing faded wallpaper to installing light fixtures and repairing broken furniture, Home Improvement For Dummies® shows you how to save time, save money, and save your sanity!
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Urgh. This book really is *the* guide to making your home better. But, well, just be careful if you give it as a gift. If you're not careful, you may end up having to help.Published 20 months ago by Gideon Kalve Jarvis
This is great book for the novice homeowner. Very informative and instructions are clear. Would recommend to a friend. thanksPublished 20 months ago by Danielle M. Ballou
While this book did not cover the subject that I was interested it, it did contain many interesting project to think about. Read morePublished on June 11, 2012 by Merle Weyant
This book gave me the insight to accomplish a DIY project I wanted very much to do myself.Published on October 26, 2010 by Virgil D. Gosch