Ortho's All about Home Offices
Meredith Books, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 96 pages
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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PLANNING A HOME OFFICE
Home Office Design
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Adding Space addition Attach attic baseboard basement bathroom bearing walls blocks bolt bottom plate building codes Building Skills cable ceiling chair Check circuit circular saw clients closet comfortable contractor Converting Space corner crown molding desk dormer Double Identity drain line drawer Drill drywall edge electrical entrance equipment Fasten feet fiberboard fiberglass file cabinets finished floor fixtures floor plan framing frost line garage header headroom holes Home Office Design inches inexpensive insulation jamb keep kneewall Laminate floors layout lumber mark mitered molding nails natural light outlet paint panels particleboard philodendron piece pipe PLANNING A HOME plumb plywood posts pressure-treated professional rafters rebar require rim joist roof rough opening screws sheathing shelves shims skylight sleepers stairs storage strike plate stringers studs subfloor sure surface surge protector tiles top plate trim utility knife vinyl wall studs wallboard window wiring wood