Ortho's All about Home Offices

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Meredith Books, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 96 pages
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Leading readers through the process of designing and building a home office, this book details necessary considerations, including household traffic patterns, carving out space from an existing floor plan, ergonomic considerations, installing windows and doors, running wire, wiring phones, and installing new flooring.

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Contents

PLANNING A HOME OFFICE
5
Home Office Design
14
Building Skills
30
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Jeff Beneke is an avid woodworker, house renovator, gardener, and gourmand who has written more than a dozen home-improvement books, including "The Fence Bible, The Complete Deck Book", "Build a Kid's Play Yard", and "Converting Garages, Attics, and Basements". He lives in Sebastapol, California.

Ross is a Professor of Management at Towson University and has a Ph.D. in Business Policy and Economics from the University of Colorado.

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