Lawn and Garden Construction by Robert F. Baudendistel

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"This book provides you with the necessary knowledge plus the ""how-to"" expertise to enable any contractor, student, or homeowner to construct a variety of yard and garden structers. Each chapter, written in easy-to-understand language and complemented with ample diagrams, stresses the importance that plannin plays as well as reviewing all the various considerations affecting the project's eventual outcome prior to its actual construction.

Everything from patios and decks to fireplaces and sprinklers is discussed. Most of the guesswork associated with the purchase of material is eliminated with the help of tables and charts.

This book will serve as a handy reference guide, a teaching manual, and a confidence builder."
 

About Robert F. Baudendistel

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The Intention of this book are to give the reader some knowledge about what jobs the author held on a part time basis to support his family and remain in teaching. He was well versed in the fields of horticulture, masonry, and carpentry. The text also envelopes the field of education and its commitment to the growth of young adults. The book also touches on the camping experiences of physically handicapped children and their ability to adjust to a new environment. It also acknowledges some of the ills of our society that still persist to this day with suggestions as how to correct them.
 
Published June 25, 2011 by authorhouse. 268 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Professional & Technical, Computers & Technology, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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