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Fix everything from A to Z without breaking the bank!
Want to tackle your own home repairs? This clear, hands-on guide shows you how to take on repairs yourself with plenty of step-by-step instructions. From working on walls, floors, and doors to conquering heating, electric, and plumbing repairs, you'll see how to fix what goes wrong in your home and identify the projects the pros should handle.
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Judy Ondrla Tremore, a veteran reporter and business writer, wrote two books and co-authored another before writing How to Fix Everything For Dummies. Her articles and stories have appeared in The Grand Rapids Press, Cadence (where she was managing editor), Legal Assistant Today, Grand Rapids Business Journal, Grand Rapids Magazine, Cosmopolitan Home, Our Children, Applause, and several other Michigan and Illinois publications. She was the Grand Rapids editor of Metropolitan Woman. Among her favorite articles were those pertaining to home improvement and design and restoration projects, because they dovetail with her deep interest in architecture and homes. She grew up in the Chicago area and has lived in Michigan for more than 30 years.
A bit outdated but some of the basic stuff still applies so it has been helpful.Published 23 days ago by karisa Haase
Not what I was thinking it was about. I am sure there will be something as I go that I will learn from it. At least I am hoping.Published 9 months ago by mable hicks
Very good detailed book for any need.I took it home from library and used it for some small repairs which were included iln the book.I would recommend it to anyone.Published 13 months ago by mary payton
I didn't read this as it was a gift for a friend. The friend said they liked it. I assume it met their need.Published 14 months ago by P C