Carpentry

Carpentry

Book - 2007
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Carpentry covers every important facet of residential carpentry, from framing the mudsills, walls, floors, ceilings and roof to building stairs, cabinets and other built-ins, as well as basic finish carpentry skills such as interior trim carpentry and exterior siding.

For builders and remodelers, Carpentry has the best field-tested advice, tips, techniques and instruction on the most common carpentry jobs, from basic to advanced, all worked-out and written by the country's best carpenters in the business. This biggest volume ever in Taunton's For Pros By Pros series gives builders, remodelers and homeowners hard-to-find and spot-on accurate information on all key aspects of carpentry. All written by the country's best carpenters.

Publisher: Newtown, CT : Taunton Press, c2007
ISBN: 9781561589159 (pbk.)
1561589152
Branch Call Number: 694 CAR
Characteristics: 313 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 28 cm
Alternative Title: Fine homebuilding

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