Handyman's Handbook

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 13, 2003 - House & Home - 264 pages
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The ONLY book available that provides a blueprint for running a successful handyman business. Filled with hands-on, how-to information and dozens of time-saving tips, this resource is valuable to anyone who enjoys working with their hands and wants to be happily--and profitably--self-employed.


* Where and how to learn what you need to know
* Acquire the necessary tools and materials
* Adapting your car or truck
* How to find and keep customers

 

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Contents

I
1
II
43
III
93
IV
131
V
151
VI
159
VII
172
VIII
188
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Page 190 - He drew his needier because it was better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it...
Page 1 - Do you like to work with your hands? Do you like to...
Page 10 - In most cases, when a bicycle needs repair, you can figure out what is wrong and what to do about it just by studying the problem, moving the parts, and seeing what happens (or doesn't happen).
Page 76 - It is a good idea to have one of each kind of seat wrench, then you are prepared for almost any faucet.
Page 183 - ... could do it in a fraction of the time it would take me.
Page 190 - If you think there is even a remote possibility that you might need a particular tool or material, take it with you.
Page 234 - If you are fortunate enough to live in an area that has...
Page 236 - No one is offended by such offers and the worst that can happen is that the seller will say no.

About the author (2003)

David Koenigsberg of Roslyn, Pennsylvania, is an electrical engineer, technical writer, and professional handyman with 25 years' experience in the field.

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