Collins Complete Plumbing and Central Heating

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Collins, 2010 - Dwellings - 84 pages
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The definitive, easy-to-follow guide to plumbing and heating repairs in your home. An extension of the international bestselling Collins Complete DIY Manual, this brand-new edition is packed with user-friendly photos and is fully updated with the latest information about tools, products and regulations. Whether repairing a leaking tap or installing a new shower, Collins Complete Plumbing and Heating is the indispensable tool to help you get the job done well - and keep costs to a minimum. Contents include: * Emergency repairs* Taps, sinks and kitchen appliances* Toilets, baths and showers* Boilers and radiators* Identifying faults and maintenance* Safety tips* Tools for the job

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Albert Jackson is an acclaimed writer on DIY, home improvement and maintenance. With David Day, he has made many television appearances, and has presented two major BBC series on furniture making and renovation. His best-selling books include the Collins Complete DIY Manual , Collins Complete Woodworkers Manual and Collins Home Restoration Manual .

David Day was born in 1949 in Melbourne, Victoria. He is an Australian historian and author. He graduated from the University of Melbourne with first-class Honours in History and Political Science and was awarded a PhD from the University of Cambridge. He has been a Junior Research Fellow at Clare College in Cambridge, founding head of History and Political Science at Bond University, official historian of the Australian Customs Service, Keith Cameron Professor of Australian History at University College Dublin, and Professor of Australian Studies at the University of Tokyo. He has written widely on Australian history and the history of the Second World War. Among his many books are Menzies and Churchill at War and a two volume study of Anglo-Australian relations during the Second World War. His prize-winning history of Australia, Claiming a Continent, won the prestigious non-fiction prize in the 1998 South Australian Festival Awards for Literature. An earlier book, Smugglers and Sailors, was shortlisted by the Fellowship of Australian Writers for its Book of the Year Award. John Curtin: A Life was shortlisted for the 2000 NSW Premier's Literary Awards' Douglas Stewart Prize for Non-Fiction.

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