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Better Homes and Gardens Step-by-Step Masonry & Concrete

by Better Homes and Gardens Books

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0696206668, Paperback)

Covers all the basic concrete and masonry projects and techniques for home improvement. The 40 projects range from building a brick patio to flagstone retaining walls to concrete sidewalks.

Includes the time, skills, and tools required for each project so readers can quickly assess the scope of each project.

Full-color illustrations and step-by-step format make the instructions easy to follow.

Highlights experts' insights, safety issues, materials buying tips, and hints about using tools.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:28 -0400)

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A guide to the basic techniques for working with concrete and laying block, brick, and stone.

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