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by Tom Carpenter,Jeffrey Taylor
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Home Improvement & Design
  • Author:
    Tom Carpenter,Jeffrey Taylor
  • ISBN:
    1881527999
  • ISBN13:
    978-1881527992
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  • Publisher:
    Mariner Books (May 15, 1996)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Home Improvement & Design
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    1267 kb
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    1976 kb
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    1905 kb
  • Rating:
    4.3
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    951
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I have recently read the book The Basement Book: Reclaiming the Wasted Space in your Basementby Thomas Carpenter, Jeff Taylor, Roberta Cooke, Brad Sneed, and Tom Carpenter. I thought the book did an exceptional job in explaining the work in remodeling wasted space in your home to make it useful. I would have never even thought that my basement could look the way it now does for the low cost and work that I put into i. .

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The Book Basement Publication Date: February 1, 1999 Publisher: MTV Books Format: Paperback Page Count: 213 Synopsis: Charlie is a freshman. Basement Books, conveniently located in central Sydney, offers 8kms and over 10,000 titles of discounted books with savings of up to 90% off recommended retail prices. Create dry, clean, liveable spaces in an unusable basement area through a home project book which covers everything from planning to putting in drywall and wiring.

Designate another area eg basement, guest room closet, garage, attic, for storage and then store your less-used items there. food belongs only in the kitchen! Only. What in your home is cluttering up your space and headspace? What will you find when you begin the journey of Upstairs Downstairs: Declutter and Organize.

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Down in the basement with his plants and weird machines. Maybe he was hurt that they hadn’t bothered to come downstairs in all this time. I think I left my math book at school. And then we’ll come right back upstairs. He hardly ever came up for air. And when he did, he wouldn’t even catch a Frisbee. She pulled the door open the rest of the way, and they stepped onto the narrow stairway. Hey, Dad - Casey called excitedly. Sshhh! Casey hissed, kicking a sneakered foot in Margaret’s direction.

The best and least expensive way to add between 50 and 100 percent to the living space in many homes is by expanding downward into an unfinished basement. Like an unfinished addition, the basement is already covered and enclosed, ready for the simple steps outlines in this book.

Bad Sunny
This book was the perfect book for someone who had done remodeling within single rooms, but had never completely built rooms from scratch. The order of chapters is a bit odd. I would have done it in the order you build it: floor, walls, ceiling.

It will not teach you how to exactly how to install electricity, although it is covered. It will not teach you exactly how to install plumbing, although it is covered. It will not teach you exactly how to do framing, although it comes close. What it does do is explain how all of those skills come together in the basement, what the likely mistakes are you could make, and how to get a handle on such a large project.
Buge
I have recently read the book The Basement Book: Reclaiming the Wasted Space in your Basementby Thomas Carpenter, Jeff Taylor, Roberta Cooke, Brad Sneed, and Tom Carpenter. I thought the book did an exceptional job in explaining the work in remodeling wasted space in your home to make it useful. I would have never even thought that my basement could look the way it now does for the low cost and work that I put into it. The book shows methods of remodeling in simple easy to follow steps that can be read and understood by almost anyone. Also, you can Make money, as I now do by renting the space out to other people. Overall, I would recomend this book to anyone who has space that doesn't get used..... Why not make some money off it??? -Chris J. F.
Bradeya
I can't be totally negative about this book. It is well written and even gives a very good description of how to install dry wall tape. But that's about it. Unless the reader is a total novice, this book will add nothing to ones knowledge of how to finish a basement - it is much too basic to be of any help to anyone contemplating doing such a job themselves.