So you have decided to build an addition. Have you gotten a loan and your permits? Have you purchased your materials? Before you even begin, you should read this hilarious guide, filled with humorous stories as well as helpful advice on what NOT to do when you undertake a major house renovation. If you've already built your addition or are in the midst of your project, you will be nodding your head and laughing at every page. Mr. Rayment delivers helpful hints on dealing with inspectors, recruiting neighbors to help and making the project fun. Chapters cover everything from electrical work, plumbing, finish carpentry and even digging your foundation. Any book can tell you how you should do it. W. J. Rayment will go one step further, pointing out the pitfalls and common problemsawhat NOT to do. Fun and informative.Five days later a light came on in my own brain when I realized that the light in the freezer might not be blown and the unidentified ... Voltage is the amount of raw power that is coursing through your wiring. ... PIGTAILS. Placement of junction boxes is important in wiring. Regulations insist that any time you have a spliceanbsp;...
|Title||:||How Not to Build an Addition|
|Author||:||W. J. Rayment|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2002|