Monday, October 10, 2005

Book review of house book

A chronological compendium of events and practical advice , February 5, 2005
Reviewer: Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI USA) - See all my reviews  In Building A Cool House For Hot Times Without Scorching The Pocketbook, author Joy Smith draws upon her on-site personal experience with the building process involved in constructing her own home. This slender, 61-page book reveals what she learned about the thousands of decisions that must be made in order to build within a budget as illustrated by diary excepts, photos, and more. A chronological compendium of events and practical advice from planning, to "punch list", Building A Cool House For Hot Times Without Scorching The Pocketbook will prove an invaluable read for anyone contemplating building (or remodeling) their own home.

Available from: Amazon.com: Books: Building a Cool House for Hot Times Without Scorching the Pocketbook

3 comments:

rap4143 said...

WTG!!!!
Betty

lurkynat said...

Great Job! Congratualtions!
nat

pagadan said...

Thank you!