Planning Your Addition

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Creative Homeowner, Dec 1, 1997 - House & Home - 190 pages
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Planning Your Addition is an information-packed decision-making book that will prove to be valuable to anyone who is considering building an addition. The book's wonderful illustrations and photos will attract anyone who picks it up. Readers will learn about the basics for designing their own addition. The book also explains the roles of the architect, designer, builder, and subcontractors who will work on the addition. In all, it will turn its readers into informed consumers who can really talk to the professionals involved in their project. Its entertaining, informative writing will encourage homeowners to read it cover to cover.

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About the author (1997)

Jerry Germer of Marlborough, New Hampshire, is an architect who specializes in residential design. He is also an accomplished author who has written a number of books, including Bathrooms: Design, Remodel, Build and Quick Guide: Insulation and Ventilation for Creative Homeowner.

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