100 Things Every Homeowner Must Know

100 Things Every Homeowner Must Know

How to Save Money, Solve Problems, and Improve your Home

Book - 2015
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The Family Handyman's 100 Things Every Homeowner Must Know gives you the knowledge you need to be a better homeowner. You'll make informed decisions, avoid frustrations and save thousands over the life of your home.

The Family Handyman's 100 Things Every Homeowner Must Know gives you the knowledge you need to be a better homeowner. You'll make informed decisions, avoid frustrations and save thousands over the life of your home. Here's just a small sample of what's inside:
The smartest thing you can do before going on vacation
Push a button and save $100
Be ready for any natural disaster
Make burglars bypass your house
The most effective way to cut heating and cooling costs
Clever shortcuts for home maintenance--indoors and out
Keep mice, ants and other invaders out of your house
Boost curb appeal without remodeling
What to do when the power goes out
The most common--and costly--homeowner mistakes
Eliminate noises, odors and other household irritations
Grow the best lawn on the block
Secret weapons pros use for easy, instant repairs
Make appliances last years longer
The key to drip-free faucets
Make your mower start right up--every time
Cures for damp basements
Exterminate mold and mildew
Pick a paint color you'll love
Get faster downloads and better TV quality
Stop peeling paint

Plus, incredibly easy repairs for appliances, plumbing, flooring, walls, furniture and more!
Publisher: New York : Reader's Digest Association, Inc., c2015.
ISBN: 9781621452201
1621452204
Characteristics: 288 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
Additional Contributors: Reader's Digest Association - Editor

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Oct 17, 2016

100 Things Every Homeowner Must Know. --- by. --- Reader's Digest.
This book is in considerable demand, considering the number of people waiting to get their hands on it. But this book shouldn't be just in the library. By all rights, it's the sort of book that deserves to be on the emergency shelf in every home.
With the help of this book any reasonably competent individual should be prepared to undertake at least the most simple around the house repair jobs.
Actually, if truth be told, this is so much a book about how to fix everything in your house, quick quick. It's more of A users manual. Our homes have become more technologically challenging. This book helps us get some insight into all of this technology that has entered our homes .
As for me, I've even been motivated to tackle the sliding doors on my closet. Now all I have to do is convince my spouse that I'm a reasonably competent individual.
100 things is well organized, well written, and well illustrated. It should help to make any repair sure 100 things is well organized, well written, and well illustrated. It should help to make any repair chore that much easier.

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RonNasty64
Aug 09, 2016

Reads very much like something you'd find on Pinterest.

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