Black & Decker The Complete Guide to Windows & Entryways by Chris Marshall
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Your passageway to efficiency and beauty

Both for practicality and curb appeal, windows and doors are the most crucial mechanical feature of any home, and this book helps homeowners preserve and improve these essential elements. A fabulous door can add thousands of dollars in "perceived value" to a plain house, just as a few new windows can shave off a decade or two in apparent age.

Black & Decker The Complete Guide to Windows & Entryways is a fully-updated revision of Black & Decker The Complete Guide to Windows & Doors. At 288 pages, it features more than 600 beautiful color photographs that are rich with current information. It contains virtually everything readers need to plan and complete any kind of window and door installation. The new version also features an expanded section on door and window hardware, as the types, styles and finishes change frequently. Also new in this edition: an expanded the section on installing and maintaining garage doors; a complete start-to-finish project for enlarging a basement window opening and installing an egress window; a quick and easy technique for giving your fiberglass door the appearance of woodgrain; and much, much more. You'll find no better single book that better covers the ever-changing topic of choosing, installing and maintaining doors and windows.

 

About Chris Marshall

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Chris Marshall (Sunbury, OH) is the author of The Complete Guide to Carpentry for Homeowners and is a regular contributor to several national magazines.
 
Published March 1, 2008 by Creative Publishing international. 304 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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