This Old House Books Essential Powertools
This Old House Books, Jan 1, 2000 - House & Home - 104 pages
Buying a power tool can be intimidating, and buying the wrong one makes how-to projects tougher than they have to be. Our aim in this book is to help you save time and money by choosing the right tools for the job. Master carpenter Norm Abram and contractor Tom Silva, both of This Old House, provide their power-tool wisdom in these pages.
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