Buy How Not To Build An Addition
Whether you are planning an addition or have already built one, you should get your hands on this book. In humorous prose Will Rayment describes his own disastrous encounter with do-it-yourself home improvement. You will be laughing, nodding your head and taking notes all the way through this how-NOT-to book.
With chapters covering every phase of construction, Mr. Rayment does not leave a single error unrevealed or a single pun unsaid.
"How Not To Build An Addition" is great as a gift for your favorite do-it-yourselfer or simply for your own enjoyment.
If you need any more convincing, here is a nice email I received from a reader:
I've been searching through about 13,409, 392 different sites to get some straight, uncomplicated answers to some framing questions, and I ran across your site. What an oasis in the desert of how to sites! Thanks so much for your work. I am in the process of building a 14x11 wood/stained glass shop from the ground up and have been having a blast. After a while, one can only stare at a how to book for so long and you just have to put them down and build the damn thing. Your site has been helpful in that process, and I just wanted to say thanks for your humor and information.
If you like the site, you'll love the book. It is a handy reference...
How Not to Build an Addition is available at Amazon.com.
Also by W.J. Rayment - The Real Man's Cookbook
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