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How to be Your Own Contractor: The Complete Guide to Hiring and Overseeing

Gene Hamilton, Katie Hamilton - House & Home - 1991 - 144 pages
If you're planning any kind of home improvement, from having a room painted to adding a three-room wing to your house, you need How to Be Your Own Contractor, the complete ...
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Everything You Need to Know about Building the Custom Home: How to Be Your ...

John Folds - Architecture - 1990 - 232 pages
More and more people are foregoing and aggravations of hiring a general contractor and opting to oversee their own homebuilding projects.
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Be Your Own Home Renovation Contractor: Save 30% Without Lifting a Hammer

Carl Heldmann - House & Home - 1998 - 165 pages
Offers advice on managing and supervising a home renovation from start to finish
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So You Want to Build a House: How to Be Your Own Contractor

James Rodney Taylor - House & Home - 1991 - 176 pages
Tells how to work with a designer, understand construction terms, obtain financing, pass inspections, purchase building materials, select subcontractors, and manage the ...
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Be your own contractor!: building your dream house, creating new spaces ...

James M. Shepherd - House & Home - 1993 - 315 pages
Contracting for any home construction can be an anxious moment for the homeowner. This book was written specifically to put fears to rest. Each chapter describes in detail the ...
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Be Your Own Architect

Gene B. Williams - Architecture - 1990 - 276 pages
Discusses the factors to consider in designing a house, planning specific areas, and how to turn the plans into a finished building
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