Additions Planner

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Wiley, Feb 26, 2008 - House & Home - 160 pages
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  • Specifically geared toward the beginning stages of planning an addition.
  • Breaks complex information on structural, system, and site concerns into doable strategies.
  • Discusses options for materials as well as heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning needs.
  • Dozens of real-life inspirational photographs and detailed illustrations.
  • Easy-to-use charts streamline and organize planning and make it a pleasant task.
  • Prepares homeowners to work comfortably with a contractor to meet design and budget parameters.

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Dreaming and Scheming
Basic Design Strategies
Assessing Your Situation

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For more than 75 years the Better Homes and Gardens brand has been one of America’s most trusted sources for information on cooking, gardening, home improvement, home design, decorating and crafting. Through refreshing ideas, clear directions and beautiful photographs, the brand has inspired millions of Americans, with more than 38 million books sold since 1930, including the New Cook Book, New Garden Book, and New Decorating Book—all cornerstone titles in their categories. Today, the Better Homes and Gardens brand encompasses books, magazines, television, radio and online media. The greater BH&G family includes partner brands such as Family Circle, American Patchwork and Quilting, Country Garden, and Diabetic Living, all of which publish under the BH&G imprint.

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