John Ambrose, Jr. says You are...qNever Alone Building Your Homeq As a building, Civil engineer and Construction Manager, John Ambrose, Jr. walks you through the process, step by step and give you a check list by chapter including a glossary of names starting with the site work, architectural, mechanical/electrical and finances. Potential homeowners, residential builders, realtors are continually confronted with question, problems and issues that perplex them often due to poor communication. If you decide to be your own contractor, you will be totally responsible for each subcontractor. While it is exciting for a family to be building their own home, there are numerous pitfalls that the unsuspecting buyer faces. This book will help you plan your home and give you guidance as to how to use experts to your full advantage. This book discusses how the General Contractor/builder can save you money, aggravation and pain by partnering with the General Contractor who will oversee the entire project for you and with you. The information and knowledge gained will guide you in your endeavor with the architect, builder and other experts who will be involved in the design and construction of your future home. To Order Copies of this Book, contact Xlibris Corporation 1-888-795-4274 or contact Author's Office at: (973) 342-1434If one is found it must be corrected before the plumbing inspector will issue approval. The water ... I strongly suggest that the plumbing contractor use the newest type fasteners for all water piping, as they will allow for expansion and contraction without causing any undo noise. Hopefully ... Both of the items mentioned above are available at large lumber and hardware supply stores such as Home Depot.
|Title||:||Don't Be Screwed!! a Guide to Homebuilding|
|Author||:||John Ambrose, Jr.|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2003-05-01|