Take the guesswork out of framing—with more than 300 photos!
Whether you want to do some framing in your unfinished basement, add a closet to an existing room, or participate in the open air framing of your new home, this guide provides you with a simple step-by-step roadmap for the task at hand. Topics include hand and power tools, fasteners (when & where to use each), working with wood, safety, blueprints 101, and more.
—With the growth of the mega home improvement centers, there are more do-it-yourselfers in this country than ever before
—Complete Idiot’s Guides in the Home Improvement category have sold very well
—Illustrated with more than 300 photos
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Norman Skanon got his start as a house framer in New England and soon became a fulltime professional framing carpenter, doing his own framing and home remodeling projects across the Mid-Atlantic. He has worked in historic buildings and high rises, as well as new homes. In the 1980s he began writing about carpentry, home improvements, and home remodeling, and has written articles and book chapters for many prominent publications.
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