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Finish Carpentry Illustrated

by Elizabeth Williams

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Finishing a construction project is very different to building its foundation and frame. Minor flaws in the "skeleton" of a structure can be easily hidden, but mistakes in the finishing stages should be corrected. Patience and close attention to detail are essential to ensure the quality and attractiveness of any finish carpentry project. "Finish Carpentry Illustrated", now in its second edition, aims to give do-it-yourselfers the knowledge, skills and confidence to do the job right the first time. The authors cover the basics from foundation to roof, including interior and exterior wall finishes, floor coverings, window and door installation, bookshelves and cabinetry and roofing. New to this edition are instructions for using a greater variety of roofing materials, insulation ratings and uses, suggestions for better sound control, procedures for installing floor tiles and oak strip floors, information on heat and plumbing ducts and waterproofing techniques.

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