Home Repair That Pays Off: 150 Simple Ways to Add Value Without Breaking Your Budget

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Adams Media, Oct 18, 2009 - House & Home - 304 pages
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Homeowners spend more than $200 million a year on home repair--but according to home repair expert Hector Seda, many of them neglect the most important repairs and spend way too much money on projects that do not pay off in the long run. From simple, critical maintenance such as caulking the bathroom and cleaning the gutters to installing the right cabinetry and updating the lighting, Seda takes you step by step through the home repair projects that will best enhance your investment. With this guide, you will learn more than 100 tasks guaranteed to add value to your home. Homeowners everywhere will find Seda's advice practical, helpful, cost-efficient, and--most important--lucrative.

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Hector Seda (Pompton Lakes, NJ) has more than thirty years of experience in residential and commercial construction. He is a member of the Society of Industry Leaders and the National Association of the Remodeling Industry. He also writes two nationally syndicated columns on home improvement, "Ask Hector" and "America's Home Improvement Coach," and appears regularly on Comcast's Your Morning.

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