Family Handyman Before You Call a Pro
Save Money and Time with These Essential DIY Skills.
Many of the repairs outsourced to experts can be accomplished in no time by a handy homeowner with a little know-how. Don't shell out hundreds of dollars when you can achieve professional-level results quickly on your own.
From the essential skills that everyone should know--such as how to survive a flat tire and how to reset a circuit breaker--to more extensive renovations like upgrading your bathroom and installing new kitchen lighting, Family Handyman: Before You Call a Pro covers it all. With expert advice from plumbers, electricians, HVAC specialists, mechanics, painters and more, this book guides readers through step-by-step home improvement and maintenance projects as well as providing top industry tips for success. Prevent the type of damage that requires expert service by learning the right way to maintain your appliances, plumbing, roof, lawn, car and more, and perform DIY upgrades that make living in your home feel luxurious--without the professional price tag.
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