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Build it with Dad: 24 Fun & Easy Projects You Can Do Together, A. J. Hamler
1 Build it with Dad: 24 Fun & Easy Projects You Can Do Together
A. J. Hamler USA Popular Woodworking Books 2015 1440338965 / 9781440338960 Soft cover New Book 27.9 x 20.3 x 1.5 cm 
What could be better than spending some quality time with your kids? How about spending time with them in the woodshop? Perfect for any woodworker with kids, Build It with Dad features 22 woodworking projects that kids of all ages will love. These easy-to-make projects will help you teach your kids how to correctly and safely use fundamental tools such as handsaws, hammers, screwdrivers, tape measures, and cordless drills. Best of all, they'll have fun doing it! Projects include:* Fun fantasy sword* Working trebuchet* Bird feeder* Tabletop foosball game* Display shelf for collectibles* Candy dispenser 
Price: 39.95 AUD
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Back to Basics 4E A Complete Guide to Traditional Skills, Abigail R. Gehring
2 Back to Basics 4E A Complete Guide to Traditional Skills
Abigail R. Gehring USA Skyhorse Publishing 2014 1629143693 / 9781629143699 4th Edition Hardcover New Book 28.0 x 21.6 x 2.6 cm 
The classic guide to self-sufficiency, with more than 200,000 copies sold-now fully updated! Anyone who wants to learn basic living skills-the kind employed by our forefathers-and adapt them for a better life in the twenty-first century need look no further than this eminently useful, full-color guide. Countless readers have turned to Back to Basics for inspiration and instruction, escaping to an era before power saws and fast-food restaurants and rediscovering the pleasures and challenges of a healthier, greener, and more self-sufficient lifestyle. Now newly updated, the hundreds of projects, step-by-step sequences, photographs, charts, and illustrations in Back to Basics will help you dye your own wool with plant pigments, graft trees, raise chickens, craft a hutch table with hand tools, and make treats such as blueberry peach jam and cheddar cheese. The truly ambitious will find instructions on how to build a log cabin or an adobe brick homestead. More than just practical advice, this is also a book for dreamers-even if you live in a city apartment, you will find your imagination sparked, and there's no reason why you can't, for example, make a loom and weave a rag rug. Complete with tips for old-fashioned fun (square dancing calls, homemade toys, and kayaking tips), this may be the most thorough book on voluntary simplicity available. 
Price: 47.95 AUD
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The Country Living Handbook: A Back-to-Basics Guide to Living off the Land, Abigail R. Gehring
3 The Country Living Handbook: A Back-to-Basics Guide to Living off the Land
Abigail R. Gehring USA Skyhorse Publishing 2014 1628736143 / 9781628736144 Soft cover New Book 25.4 x 17.8 x 1.8 cm 
Packed with step-by-step instructions, useful tips, time-honored wisdom, and both illustrations and photographs, this compact guide has everything you need to dive into a more self-sufficient life. From canning and preserving to keeping chickens, fermenting vegetables to soap-making, Gehring covers all the basics in this easy-to-read, approachable collection. Topics covered include: Generating your own energy Herbal medicine Cheese-making Maple sugaring Farm mechanics Building a smokehouse Dyeing wool Composting Disaster Preparedness And more! Whether you own one hundred acres or rent a studio apartment in the city, this book has plenty of ideas to inspire you. Learn how to build a log cabin or how to craft handmade paper; find out how to install a solar panel on your roof or brew your own tea from dried herbs; Cure a ham, bake a loaf of bread, or brew your own beer. This book has something for everyone. 
Price: 24.95 AUD
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Planning Your Perfect Home Renovation: Save time and money with this essential guide to fuss-free home improvements, Alex May
4 Planning Your Perfect Home Renovation: Save time and money with this essential guide to fuss-free home improvements
Alex May Australia Allen & Unwin 2005 1741146291 / 9781741146295 Soft cover New Book 23.0 x 17.6 x 1.5 cm 
For people who want to improve their home but don't know how to navigate the world of building, or understand how to get tradesmen to arrive on time and complete jobs on budget - a complete how-to of assessing renovation needs, allocating a budget and a timeframe. Renovation can be awful. It's not like the television shows - it's dirtier, harder and more stressful than any close-up can capture. It doesn't matter if you live in an apartment and need to repaint the lounge room or if you live in a harbourside mansion and need to rebuild the entire house, you can just about guarantee that things you haven't anticipated will go wrong, the budget will blow out and you'll want to shout at someone. But help is at hand. ..Planning Your Perfect Home Renovation is your blueprint to a stress-free, well-planned and well-budgeted renovation that improves the value of your home. It helps you to plan a renovation to suit your available time, experience and money. It will also:..* Introduce you to the three R's: repairs, refurbishment and rebuilding..* Provide examples of room-by-room mission statements for easy planning..* Show you how to work out cost estimates and schedules..* Help you to build good relationships with builders and tradespeople..* Show you what happened in three real renovations: in a unit, a brick-veneer house and a semi..* Give you lots of money-saving and design tips..* Include helpful and practical diagrams, floor plans and tables ..Planning Your Perfect Home Renovation is a complete how-to of assessing all your renovation needs. If you're thinking about improving your home (and want to survive the experience), you need this book...In the middle of her second renovation, Alex May is the perfect person to write this book. She is a freelance writer who specialises in property and design. She writes property and design stories for The Sydney Morning Herald's Domain section and also has a column in The Sun Herald called Worth a Look. 
Price: 26.95 AUD
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2 Book Set: The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition + The Roof Building Manual 5th Edition, Allan Staines
5 2 Book Set: The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition + The Roof Building Manual 5th Edition
Allan Staines Australia Pinedale Press 2014 2 Book Set Soft cover New Book 29.5 x 21.0 cm 
The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition: This book is ideal for anyone either seeking to know how to build decks or pergolas or designing and needing ideas. This book contains industry prepared tables for the designer to establish sectional sizes of all the timbers from bearers to handrails and stairs. The author has only included methods that have been tried and proven from longevity to safety. AND The Roof Building Manual 5th Edition: This manual is for pitching the conventional cut-on-site roof. This step by step guide is full of easy to follow instructions. An indispensible aid for teaching apprentices, plus quick and easy to use tables and bevels for all roof pitches from 5 degrees to 75 degrees. Bevels drawn on the page ready to transfer directly to the bevel tool. A builder's dream. For manufactured truss roof installation use the House Building Manual. 
Price: 59.90 AUD 52.95 AUD 
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2 Book Set: The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition + How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition, Allan Staines
6 2 Book Set: The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition + How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition
Allan Staines Australia Pinedale Press 2014 2 Book Set Soft cover New Book 29.5 x 21.0 cm 
2 book set. The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition: The House Building Manual is an entirely Australian manual and is thoroughly researched in co-operation with the Australian timber, brick and concrete associations. It is written in Allan Staines usual easy to comprehend style. The manual provides current trade practices and hints that help bridge the gap between theory and practice. For these reasons it is an essential class room text. The latest edition that is ideal for everyone involved in house building. Updates include new NCC updates, new stair stringer and stair tread tables; new tables for handrail cross sectional sizes, connections, loads on handrails and fastenings for balusters as well as new Hebel details for Hebel panel fixing. The new improved 8th Edition is filled with over 660 illustrations! AND How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition: This all Australian title has large scale drawings to make it easy to understand how the various stages and components fit together. The Owner Builder is shown how to plan the house to suit the chosen allotment and the most economical methods of owner building. You will learn how to identify and correct faulty building practices, the correct trade terms to use and how to order building products. The renovation section of this book is almost entirely devoted to room extensions. For general home renovations see The Australian Renovator's Manual. 
Price: 76.90 AUD 69.95 AUD 
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3 Book Set: The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition + How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition + The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition, Allan Staines
7 3 Book Set: The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition + How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition + The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition
Allan Staines Australia Pinedale Press 2014 3 Book Set Soft cover New Book 29.5 x 21.0 cm 
3 book set. The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition: The House Building Manual is an entirely Australian manual and is thoroughly researched in co-operation with the Australian timber, brick and concrete associations. It is written in Allan Staines usual easy to comprehend style. The manual provides current trade practices and hints that help bridge the gap between theory and practice. For these reasons it is an essential class room text. The latest edition that is ideal for everyone involved in house building. Updates include new NCC updates, new stair stringer and stair tread tables; new tables for handrail cross sectional sizes, connections, loads on handrails and fastenings for balusters as well as new Hebel details for Hebel panel fixing. The new improved 8th Edition is filled with over 660 illustrations! AND How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition: This all Australian title has large scale drawings to make it easy to understand how the various stages and components fit together. The Owner Builder is shown how to plan the house to suit the chosen allotment and the most economical methods of owner building. You will learn how to identify and correct faulty building practices, the correct trade terms to use and how to order building products. The renovation section of this book is almost entirely devoted to room extensions. For general home renovations see The Australian Renovator's Manual. AND The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition: This book is ideal for anyone either seeking to know how to build decks or pergolas or designing and needing ideas. This book contains industry prepared tables for the designer to establish sectional sizes of all the timbers from bearers to handrails and stairs. The author has only included methods that have been tried and proven from longevity to safety. 
Price: 106.85 AUD 98.45 AUD 
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3 Book Set: The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition + How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition + The Australian Renovator's Manual 7th Edition, Allan Staines
8 3 Book Set: The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition + How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition + The Australian Renovator's Manual 7th Edition
Allan Staines Australia Pinedale Press 2014 & 2015 3 Book Set Soft cover New Book 29.5 x 21.0 cm 
3 book set. The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition: The House Building Manual is an entirely Australian manual and is thoroughly researched in co-operation with the Australian timber, brick and concrete associations. It is written in Allan Staines usual easy to comprehend style. The manual provides current trade practices and hints that help bridge the gap between theory and practice. For these reasons it is an essential class room text. The latest edition that is ideal for everyone involved in house building. Updates include new NCC updates, new stair stringer and stair tread tables; new tables for handrail cross sectional sizes, connections, loads on handrails and fastenings for balusters as well as new Hebel details for Hebel panel fixing. The new improved 8th Edition is filled with over 660 illustrations! AND How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition: This all Australian title has large scale drawings to make it easy to understand how the various stages and components fit together. The Owner Builder is shown how to plan the house to suit the chosen allotment and the most economical methods of owner building. You will learn how to identify and correct faulty building practices, the correct trade terms to use and how to order building products. The renovation section of this book is almost entirely devoted to room extensions. AND The Australian Renovator's Manual 7th Edition - covers most of the popular renovations and alterations around the home with trade methods and hints described. The all Australian practical guide for renovations and alterations in line with the Building Code of Australia. This book is specifically designed to deal with problems confronted when renovating or altering an existing dwelling. It also shows step-by-step how to accomplish popular renovation projects. * It solves problems such as rising damp, floor and wall cracking, rot in members, small kitchens and bathrooms, leaking shower recesses, and termites. * It also describes how to support the roof when making openings in walls. * How to build attic rooms, installing skylights, gutting and shelving. * Replacing existing floor joists and flooring. * Fixing sagging roof rafters. Installing french doors. * Building carports, enclosing patios and verandahs. * Installing sliding patio doors,enlarging window openings. * Applying Gyprock,re-stumping, cooling a hot house, attaching laminate and fixing laminate paneling to shower recesses. * Wall and floor tiling. * Painting. * Gives the correct adhesives, sealants and fillers to use and much much more. CONTENTS; Avoiding the Pitfalls Safety while Renovating Footings & Floors Foundations & Footings Failure Repairing Concrete Floors, Patios & Stairs Buying & Mixing Concrete Resurfacing & Leveling Concrete Floors Re-stumping & Re-leveling Timber Floors Rot or Termite Damaged Sub-floor Timbers Lifting & Replacing Floorboards Controlling Underfloor Rot Repairing Squeaky Flooring & Stairs Relaying Tongue & Groove Flooring Floor Sanding Walls Removing a Partition Building Timber Frame Partitions Forming Openings between Rooms Building a Recess or Alcove in a Wall Making Openings in Existing Brick Walls Brick Veneering an Existing House Rising Damp & Waterproofing Fixing Wall Cracks (Exterior & Interior) Repairing Holes in Gyprock Plasterboard Gyprock Plasterboard Lining Over Old Linings Gyprock Joint Finishing Sealing off a Doorway using Gyprock Repairing Weatherboards Roofs & Ceilings Fixing Sagging Roof Rafters Fixing Leaking Roofs Replacing Roof Tiles & Corr. Iron Sheet Replacing Valley Gutters Replacing Flashing's Fixing Overflowing Guttering Replacing Guttering & Downpipes How to Install PVC Downpipes Restoring Roofing Surfaces (tiles or metal) Repairing Rot in Fascias or Bargeboards Replacing Fascias or Bargeboards Replacing Soffit Linings Relining Ceilings with Gyprock Plasterboard How to Install Plaster Cornice >Attics & Roof Extensions Some Roof Addition Ideas Designing Attic Rooms Attics in Existing Truss Roofs Supporting Roof Attics & Additions Installing Beams Details on Near Flat Roofed Dormer Attics How to Make Attic Storage Space Doors & Windows How to Hang a Pair of French Doors How to Install Pre-hung French Doors Installing Aluminium Sliding Glass Patio Doors Cutting a Door Down Enlarging a Door Reversing a Door How to Re-install a Door Handle & Latch How to Stop a Door Rattling Repairing Sticking Doors Replacing & Repairing Windows Installing a New Window Freeing Up Sticking Windows Enlarging a Window Vertically Enlarging a Window Horizontally Kitchens Renovating the Kitchen Kitchen Renovation Solutions Bathroom How to Improve a Small Bathroom Leaking Shower Recesses How to Install Shower Bases & Trays Replacing Shower Wall Tiles with Laminate (Aquapanel) Dealing with Chipped or Discoloured Baths Removing a Cast Iron Bath Improvements Enclosing Patios & Verandahs Building Attached Carports Attaching Carports to the House How to Cool Your Home Improving Natural Illumination Installing Skylights Building a Light Well Tiling Tiling or Re-tiling Bathrooms & Shower Recesses Preparing Floors for Tiling Cutting Tiles & Making Holes Commencing to Lay Tiles How to Lay Wall Tiles How to Lay Floor Tiles How to Tile or Re-tile Shower Recess Floors How to Tile or Re-tile Shower Recess Walls Laying Large Patio Tiles Miscellaneous Building Storage Cupboards & Shelving Installing Wall-Mounted Units Laminating and Re-laminating How to Replace Damaged Tiles How to Reduce Traffic Noise Replacing Verandah Posts Maintaining Your Home (Leaks around windows & doors, cleaning & removing stains). Dealing with Termites House Painting Sealants for Renovations Adhesivies for Renovations Fillers for Renovations Index About the Author Allan Staines books have become classic references for Australian Builders, apprentices and DIY'ers. His ability to illustrate and describe construction procedures in an easy to follow step by step format will be an invaluable asset to have at your fingertips when renovating. The books by Allen Staines are respected for their attempt to translate national codes and bylaws accurately into common language, with his titles regularly updated to conform to changes in standards and bylaws. His books have become a bible for Builders, apprentices and DIY'ers. 110 pages 
Price: 109.85 AUD
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3 Book Set: The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition + The Roof Building Manual 5th Edition + The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition, Allan Staines
9 3 Book Set: The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition + The Roof Building Manual 5th Edition + The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition
Allan Staines Australia Pinedale Press 2014 3 book set Soft cover New Book 29.5 x 21.0 cm 
3 book set. The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition, ISBN 9781875217076: The House Building Manual is an entirely Australian manual and is thoroughly researched in co-operation with the Australian timber, brick and concrete associations. It is written in Allan Staines usual easy to comprehend style. The manual provides current trade practices and hints that help bridge the gap between theory and practice. For these reasons it is an essential class room text. The latest edition that is ideal for everyone involved in house building. Updates include new NCC updates, new stair stringer and stair tread tables; new tables for handrail cross sectional sizes, connections, loads on handrails and fastenings for balusters as well as new Hebel details for Hebel panel fixing. The new improved 8th Edition is filled with over 660 illustrations! AND The Roof Building Manual 5th Edition, 9781875217328: This manual is for pitching the conventional cut-on-site roof. This step by step guide is full of easy to follow instructions. An indispensable aid for teaching apprentices, plus quick and easy to use tables and bevels for all roof pitches from 5 degrees to 75 degrees. Bevels drawn on the page ready to transfer directly to the bevel tool. A builder's dream. For manufactured truss roof installation use the House Building Manual. AND The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition, 9781875217106: This book is ideal for anyone either seeking to know how to build decks or pergolas or designing and needing ideas. This book contains industry prepared tables for the designer to establish sectional sizes of all the timbers from bearers to handrails and stairs. The author has only included methods that have been tried and proven from longevity to safety. 
Price: 99.85 AUD 80.95 AUD 
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5 Book Set: The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition + How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition + The Australian Renovator's Manual 7th Edition + The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition + The Roof Building Manual 5th Edition, Allan Staines
10 5 Book Set: The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition + How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition + The Australian Renovator's Manual 7th Edition + The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition + The Roof Building Manual 5th Edition
Allan Staines Australia Pinedale Press 2014 & 2015 5 Book Set Soft cover New Book 29.5 x 21.0 cm 
5 Book Set: The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition: The House Building Manual is an entirely Australian manual and is thoroughly researched in co-operation with the Australian timber, brick and concrete associations. It is written in Allan Staines usual easy to comprehend style. The manual provides current trade practices and hints that help bridge the gap between theory and practice. For these reasons it is an essential class room text. The latest edition that is ideal for everyone involved in house building. Updates include new NCC updates, new stair stringer and stair tread tables; new tables for handrail cross sectional sizes, connections, loads on handrails and fastenings for balusters as well as new Hebel details for Hebel panel fixing. The new improved 8th Edition is filled with over 660 illustrations! AND How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition: This all Australian title has large scale drawings to make it easy to understand how the various stages and components fit together. The Owner Builder is shown how to plan the house to suit the chosen allotment and the most economical methods of owner building. You will learn how to identify and correct faulty building practices, the correct trade terms to use and how to order building products. The renovation section of this book is almost entirely devoted to room extensions. AND The Australian Renovator's Manual 7th Edition - covers most of the popular renovations and alterations around the home with trade methods and hints described. The all Australian practical guide for renovations and alterations in line with the Building Code of Australia. This book is specifically designed to deal with problems confronted when renovating or altering an existing dwelling. It also shows step-by-step how to accomplish popular renovation projects. * It solves problems such as rising damp, floor and wall cracking, rot in members, small kitchens and bathrooms, leaking shower recesses, and termites. * It also describes how to support the roof when making openings in walls. * How to build attic rooms, installing skylights, gutting and shelving. * Replacing existing floor joists and flooring. * Fixing sagging roof rafters. Installing french doors. * Building carports, enclosing patios and verandahs. * Installing sliding patio doors,enlarging window openings. * Applying Gyprock,re-stumping, cooling a hot house, attaching laminate and fixing laminate paneling to shower recesses. * Wall and floor tiling. * Painting. * Gives the correct adhesives, sealants and fillers to use and much much more. CONTENTS; Avoiding the Pitfalls Safety while Renovating Footings & Floors Foundations & Footings Failure Repairing Concrete Floors, Patios & Stairs Buying & Mixing Concrete Resurfacing & Leveling Concrete Floors Re-stumping & Re-leveling Timber Floors Rot or Termite Damaged Sub-floor Timbers Lifting & Replacing Floorboards Controlling Underfloor Rot Repairing Squeaky Flooring & Stairs Relaying Tongue & Groove Flooring Floor Sanding Walls Removing a Partition Building Timber Frame Partitions Forming Openings between Rooms Building a Recess or Alcove in a Wall Making Openings in Existing Brick Walls Brick Veneering an Existing House Rising Damp & Waterproofing Fixing Wall Cracks (Exterior & Interior) Repairing Holes in Gyprock Plasterboard Gyprock Plasterboard Lining Over Old Linings Gyprock Joint Finishing Sealing off a Doorway using Gyprock Repairing Weatherboards Roofs & Ceilings Fixing Sagging Roof Rafters Fixing Leaking Roofs Replacing Roof Tiles & Corr. Iron Sheet Replacing Valley Gutters Replacing Flashing's Fixing Overflowing Guttering Replacing Guttering & Downpipes How to Install PVC Downpipes Restoring Roofing Surfaces (tiles or metal) Repairing Rot in Fascias or Bargeboards Replacing Fascias or Bargeboards Replacing Soffit Linings Relining Ceilings with Gyprock Plasterboard How to Install Plaster Cornice >Attics & Roof Extensions Some Roof Addition Ideas Designing Attic Rooms Attics in Existing Truss Roofs Supporting Roof Attics & Additions Installing Beams Details on Near Flat Roofed Dormer Attics How to Make Attic Storage Space Doors & Windows How to Hang a Pair of French Doors How to Install Pre-hung French Doors Installing Aluminium Sliding Glass Patio Doors Cutting a Door Down Enlarging a Door Reversing a Door How to Re-install a Door Handle & Latch How to Stop a Door Rattling Repairing Sticking Doors Replacing & Repairing Windows Installing a New Window Freeing Up Sticking Windows Enlarging a Window Vertically Enlarging a Window Horizontally Kitchens Renovating the Kitchen Kitchen Renovation Solutions Bathroom How to Improve a Small Bathroom Leaking Shower Recesses How to Install Shower Bases & Trays Replacing Shower Wall Tiles with Laminate (Aquapanel) Dealing with Chipped or Discoloured Baths Removing a Cast Iron Bath Improvements Enclosing Patios & Verandahs Building Attached Carports Attaching Carports to the House How to Cool Your Home Improving Natural Illumination Installing Skylights Building a Light Well Tiling Tiling or Re-tiling Bathrooms & Shower Recesses Preparing Floors for Tiling Cutting Tiles & Making Holes Commencing to Lay Tiles How to Lay Wall Tiles How to Lay Floor Tiles How to Tile or Re-tile Shower Recess Floors How to Tile or Re-tile Shower Recess Walls Laying Large Patio Tiles Miscellaneous Building Storage Cupboards & Shelving Installing Wall-Mounted Units Laminating and Re-laminating How to Replace Damaged Tiles How to Reduce Traffic Noise Replacing Verandah Posts Maintaining Your Home (Leaks around windows & doors, cleaning & removing stains). Dealing with Termites House Painting Sealants for Renovations Adhesivies for Renovations Fillers for Renovations Index About the Author Allan Staines books have become classic references for Australian Builders, apprentices and DIY'ers. His ability to illustrate and describe construction procedures in an easy to follow step by step format will be an invaluable asset to have at your fingertips when renovating. The books by Allen Staines are respected for their attempt to translate national codes and bylaws accurately into common language, with his titles regularly updated to conform to changes in standards and bylaws. His books have become a bible for Builders, apprentices and DIY'ers. 110 pages. AND The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition: This book is ideal for anyone either seeking to know how to build decks or pergolas or designing and needing ideas. This book contains industry prepared tables for the designer to establish sectional sizes of all the timbers from bearers to handrails and stairs. The author has only included methods that have been tried and proven from longevity to safety. AND The Roof Building Manual 5th Edition: This manual is for pitching the conventional cut-on-site roof. This step by step guide is full of easy to follow instructions. An indispensable aid for teaching apprentices, plus quick and easy to use tables and bevels for all roof pitches from 5 degrees to 75 degrees. Bevels drawn on the page ready to transfer directly to the bevel tool. A builder's dream. For manufactured truss roof installation use the House Building Manual. 
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6 Book Set: The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition + How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition + The Australian Renovator's Manual 7th Edition + The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition + The Roof Building Manual 5th Edition + A Very Practical Guide To Interior Decorating 3rd Edition, Allan Staines
11 6 Book Set: The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition + How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition + The Australian Renovator's Manual 7th Edition + The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition + The Roof Building Manual 5th Edition + A Very Practical Guide To Interior Decorating 3rd Edition
Allan Staines Australia Pinedale Press 2014 & 2015 6 Book Set Soft cover New Book 29.5 x 21.0 cm 
6 Book Set: The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition: The House Building Manual is an entirely Australian manual and is thoroughly researched in co-operation with the Australian timber, brick and concrete associations. It is written in Allan Staines usual easy to comprehend style. The manual provides current trade practices and hints that help bridge the gap between theory and practice. For these reasons it is an essential class room text. The latest edition that is ideal for everyone involved in house building. Updates include new NCC updates, new stair stringer and stair tread tables; new tables for handrail cross sectional sizes, connections, loads on handrails and fastenings for balusters as well as new Hebel details for Hebel panel fixing. The new improved 8th Edition is filled with over 660 illustrations! AND How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition: This all Australian title has large scale drawings to make it easy to understand how the various stages and components fit together. The Owner Builder is shown how to plan the house to suit the chosen allotment and the most economical methods of owner building. You will learn how to identify and correct faulty building practices, the correct trade terms to use and how to order building products. The renovation section of this book is almost entirely devoted to room extensions. AND The Australian Renovator's Manual 7th Edition - covers most of the popular renovations and alterations around the home with trade methods and hints described. The all Australian practical guide for renovations and alterations in line with the Building Code of Australia. This book is specifically designed to deal with problems confronted when renovating or altering an existing dwelling. It also shows step-by-step how to accomplish popular renovation projects. * It solves problems such as rising damp, floor and wall cracking, rot in members, small kitchens and bathrooms, leaking shower recesses, and termites. * It also describes how to support the roof when making openings in walls. * How to build attic rooms, installing skylights, gutting and shelving. * Replacing existing floor joists and flooring. * Fixing sagging roof rafters. Installing french doors. * Building carports, enclosing patios and verandahs. * Installing sliding patio doors,enlarging window openings. * Applying Gyprock,re-stumping, cooling a hot house, attaching laminate and fixing laminate paneling to shower recesses. * Wall and floor tiling. * Painting. * Gives the correct adhesives, sealants and fillers to use and much much more. CONTENTS; Avoiding the Pitfalls Safety while Renovating Footings & Floors Foundations & Footings Failure Repairing Concrete Floors, Patios & Stairs Buying & Mixing Concrete Resurfacing & Leveling Concrete Floors Re-stumping & Re-leveling Timber Floors Rot or Termite Damaged Sub-floor Timbers Lifting & Replacing Floorboards Controlling Underfloor Rot Repairing Squeaky Flooring & Stairs Relaying Tongue & Groove Flooring Floor Sanding Walls Removing a Partition Building Timber Frame Partitions Forming Openings between Rooms Building a Recess or Alcove in a Wall Making Openings in Existing Brick Walls Brick Veneering an Existing House Rising Damp & Waterproofing Fixing Wall Cracks (Exterior & Interior) Repairing Holes in Gyprock Plasterboard Gyprock Plasterboard Lining Over Old Linings Gyprock Joint Finishing Sealing off a Doorway using Gyprock Repairing Weatherboards Roofs & Ceilings Fixing Sagging Roof Rafters Fixing Leaking Roofs Replacing Roof Tiles & Corr. Iron Sheet Replacing Valley Gutters Replacing Flashing's Fixing Overflowing Guttering Replacing Guttering & Downpipes How to Install PVC Downpipes Restoring Roofing Surfaces (tiles or metal) Repairing Rot in Fascias or Bargeboards Replacing Fascias or Bargeboards Replacing Soffit Linings Relining Ceilings with Gyprock Plasterboard How to Install Plaster Cornice >Attics & Roof Extensions Some Roof Addition Ideas Designing Attic Rooms Attics in Existing Truss Roofs Supporting Roof Attics & Additions Installing Beams Details on Near Flat Roofed Dormer Attics How to Make Attic Storage Space Doors & Windows How to Hang a Pair of French Doors How to Install Pre-hung French Doors Installing Aluminium Sliding Glass Patio Doors Cutting a Door Down Enlarging a Door Reversing a Door How to Re-install a Door Handle & Latch How to Stop a Door Rattling Repairing Sticking Doors Replacing & Repairing Windows Installing a New Window Freeing Up Sticking Windows Enlarging a Window Vertically Enlarging a Window Horizontally Kitchens Renovating the Kitchen Kitchen Renovation Solutions Bathroom How to Improve a Small Bathroom Leaking Shower Recesses How to Install Shower Bases & Trays Replacing Shower Wall Tiles with Laminate (Aquapanel) Dealing with Chipped or Discoloured Baths Removing a Cast Iron Bath Improvements Enclosing Patios & Verandahs Building Attached Carports Attaching Carports to the House How to Cool Your Home Improving Natural Illumination Installing Skylights Building a Light Well Tiling Tiling or Re-tiling Bathrooms & Shower Recesses Preparing Floors for Tiling Cutting Tiles & Making Holes Commencing to Lay Tiles How to Lay Wall Tiles How to Lay Floor Tiles How to Tile or Re-tile Shower Recess Floors How to Tile or Re-tile Shower Recess Walls Laying Large Patio Tiles Miscellaneous Building Storage Cupboards & Shelving Installing Wall-Mounted Units Laminating and Re-laminating How to Replace Damaged Tiles How to Reduce Traffic Noise Replacing Verandah Posts Maintaining Your Home (Leaks around windows & doors, cleaning & removing stains). Dealing with Termites House Painting Sealants for Renovations Adhesivies for Renovations Fillers for Renovations Index About the Author Allan Staines books have become classic references for Australian Builders, apprentices and DIY'ers. His ability to illustrate and describe construction procedures in an easy to follow step by step format will be an invaluable asset to have at your fingertips when renovating. The books by Allen Staines are respected for their attempt to translate national codes and bylaws accurately into common language, with his titles regularly updated to conform to changes in standards and bylaws. His books have become a bible for Builders, apprentices and DIY'ers. 110 pages. AND The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition: This book is ideal for anyone either seeking to know how to build decks or pergolas or designing and needing ideas. This book contains industry prepared tables for the designer to establish sectional sizes of all the timbers from bearers to handrails and stairs. The author has only included methods that have been tried and proven from longevity to safety. AND The Roof Building Manual 5th Edition: This manual is for pitching the conventional cut-on-site roof. This step by step guide is full of easy to follow instructions. An indispensable aid for teaching apprentices, plus quick and easy to use tables and bevels for all roof pitches from 5 degrees to 75 degrees. Bevels drawn on the page ready to transfer directly to the bevel tool. A builder's dream. For manufactured truss roof installation use the House Building Manual. AND A Very Practical Guide To Interior Decorating 3rd Edition: A Very Practical Guide To Interior Decorating 3rd Edition. Explains all about colour, gives professional inside Information on Design and teaches you no-fail principles for success. Practical hands on advice to save you money, an all Australian manual. This book is suitable for both the DIY trying to achieve that professional decor look or is perfect for making the more difficult concepts of colour and space easier to comprehend in interior decorator classroom situations. The teacher, student and graduate will find themselves constantly referring to this manual as a glove-box companion. 144 pages. 
Price: 199.70 AUD 152.95 AUD 
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How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition, Allan Staines
12 How to be a Successful Owner Builder and Renovator 9th Edition
Allan Staines Australia Pinedale Press 2014 1875217312 / 9781875217311 9th Edition Soft cover New Book 29.5 x 21.0 x 1.1 cm 
This all Australian title has large scale drawings to make it easy to understand how the various stages and components fit together. The Owner Builder is shown how to plan the house to suit the chosen allotment and the most economical methods of owner building. You will learn how to identify and correct faulty building practices, the correct trade terms to use and how to order building products. The renovation section of this book is almost entirely devoted to room extensions. For general home renovations see The Australian Renovator's Manual. 
Price: 36.95 AUD 33.95 AUD 
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The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition **Only $3.75 Postage Australia Wide**, Allan Staines
13 The Australian Decks and Pergolas Construction Manual 7th Edition **Only $3.75 Postage Australia Wide**
Allan Staines Australia Pinedale Press 2014 187521710X / 9781875217106 7th Edition Soft cover New Book 29.5 x 21.0 x 0.8 cm 
This book is ideal for anyone either seeking to know how to build decks or pergolas or designing and needing ideas. This book contains industry prepared tables for the designer to establish sectional sizes of all the timbers from bearers to handrails and stairs. The author has only included methods that have been tried and proven from longevity to safety. 
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The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition, Allan Staines
14 The Australian House Building Manual 8th Edition
Allan Staines Australia Pinedale Press 2014 187521707X / 9781875217076 8th Edition Soft cover New Book 29.5 x 21.0 x 1.1 cm 
The House Building Manual is an entirely Australian manual and is thoroughly researched in co-operation with the Australian timber, brick and concrete associations. It is written in Allan Staines usual easy to comprehend style. The manual provides current trade practices and hints that help bridge the gap between theory and practice. For these reasons it is an essential class room text. The latest edition that is ideal for everyone involved in house building. Updates include new NCC updates, new stair stringer and stair tread tables; new tables for handrail cross sectional sizes, connections, loads on handrails and fastenings for balusters as well as new Hebel details for Hebel panel fixing. The new improved 8th Edition is filled with over 660 illustrations! 
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The Australian Renovator's Manual 7th Edition, Allan Staines
15 The Australian Renovator's Manual 7th Edition
Allan Staines Australia Pinedale Press 2015 1875217088 / 9781875217083 Soft cover New Book 29.7 x 21.0 x 0.8 cm 
The Updated 7th Edition - covers most of the popular renovations and alterations around the home with trade methods and hints described. The all Australian practical guide for renovations and alterations in line with the Building Code of Australia. This book is specifically designed to deal with problems confronted when renovating or altering an existing dwelling. It also shows step-by-step how to accomplish popular renovation projects. * It solves problems such as rising damp, floor and wall cracking, rot in members, small kitchens and bathrooms, leaking shower recesses, and termites. * It also describes how to support the roof when making openings in walls. * How to build attic rooms, installing skylights, gutting and shelving. * Replacing existing floor joists and flooring. * Fixing sagging roof rafters. Installing french doors. * Building carports, enclosing patios and verandahs. * Installing sliding patio doors,enlarging window openings. * Applying Gyprock,re-stumping, cooling a hot house, attaching laminate and fixing laminate paneling to shower recesses. * Wall and floor tiling. * Painting. * Gives the correct adhesives, sealants and fillers to use and much much more. CONTENTS; Avoiding the Pitfalls Safety while Renovating Footings & Floors Foundations & Footings Failure Repairing Concrete Floors, Patios & Stairs Buying & Mixing Concrete Resurfacing & Leveling Concrete Floors Re-stumping & Re-leveling Timber Floors Rot or Termite Damaged Sub-floor Timbers Lifting & Replacing Floorboards Controlling Underfloor Rot Repairing Squeaky Flooring & Stairs Relaying Tongue & Groove Flooring Floor Sanding Walls Removing a Partition Building Timber Frame Partitions Forming Openings between Rooms Building a Recess or Alcove in a Wall Making Openings in Existing Brick Walls Brick Veneering an Existing House Rising Damp & Waterproofing Fixing Wall Cracks (Exterior & Interior) Repairing Holes in Gyprock Plasterboard Gyprock Plasterboard Lining Over Old Linings Gyprock Joint Finishing Sealing off a Doorway using Gyprock Repairing Weatherboards Roofs & Ceilings Fixing Sagging Roof Rafters Fixing Leaking Roofs Replacing Roof Tiles & Corr. Iron Sheet Replacing Valley Gutters Replacing Flashing's Fixing Overflowing Guttering Replacing Guttering & Downpipes How to Install PVC Downpipes Restoring Roofing Surfaces (tiles or metal) Repairing Rot in Fascias or Bargeboards Replacing Fascias or Bargeboards Replacing Soffit Linings Relining Ceilings with Gyprock Plasterboard How to Install Plaster Cornice >Attics & Roof Extensions Some Roof Addition Ideas Designing Attic Rooms Attics in Existing Truss Roofs Supporting Roof Attics & Additions Installing Beams Details on Near Flat Roofed Dormer Attics How to Make Attic Storage Space Doors & Windows How to Hang a Pair of French Doors How to Install Pre-hung French Doors Installing Aluminium Sliding Glass Patio Doors Cutting a Door Down Enlarging a Door Reversing a Door How to Re-install a Door Handle & Latch How to Stop a Door Rattling Repairing Sticking Doors Replacing & Repairing Windows Installing a New Window Freeing Up Sticking Windows Enlarging a Window Vertically Enlarging a Window Horizontally Kitchens Renovating the Kitchen Kitchen Renovation Solutions Bathroom How to Improve a Small Bathroom Leaking Shower Recesses How to Install Shower Bases & Trays Replacing Shower Wall Tiles with Laminate (Aquapanel) Dealing with Chipped or Discoloured Baths Removing a Cast Iron Bath Improvements Enclosing Patios & Verandahs Building Attached Carports Attaching Carports to the House How to Cool Your Home Improving Natural Illumination Installing Skylights Building a Light Well Tiling Tiling or Re-tiling Bathrooms & Shower Recesses Preparing Floors for Tiling Cutting Tiles & Making Holes Commencing to Lay Tiles How to Lay Wall Tiles How to Lay Floor Tiles How to Tile or Re-tile Shower Recess Floors How to Tile or Re-tile Shower Recess Walls Laying Large Patio Tiles Miscellaneous Building Storage Cupboards & Shelving Installing Wall-Mounted Units Laminating and Re-laminating How to Replace Damaged Tiles How to Reduce Traffic Noise Replacing Verandah Posts Maintaining Your Home (Leaks around windows & doors, cleaning & removing stains). Dealing with Termites House Painting Sealants for Renovations Adhesivies for Renovations Fillers for Renovations Index About the Author Allan Staines books have become classic references for Australian Builders, apprentices and DIY'ers. His ability to illustrate and describe construction procedures in an easy to follow step by step format will be an invaluable asset to have at your fingertips when renovating. The books by Allen Staines are respected for their attempt to translate national codes and bylaws accurately into common language, with his titles regularly updated to conform to changes in standards and bylaws. His books have become a bible for Builders, apprentices and DIY'ers. 110 pages 
Price: 32.95 AUD 25.95 AUD 
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Bedroom Style: Perfectly Pieced, April Rosenthal
16 Bedroom Style: Perfectly Pieced
April Rosenthal USA Lucky Spool Media 2015 1940655056 / 9781940655055 Soft cover New Book 25.4 x 20.2 x 1.2 cm 
Bedroom Style is packed with 50 inspirational finished quilts so readers are sure to find the best look for their room and achieve expensive designer bedding at a fraction of the cost. Established pattern designer and Moda Fabrics designer, April Rosenthal, created 10 unique quilt patters, each shown in five different colorways offer inspiration to create custom looks for any master bedroom. 
Price: 39.95 AUD
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The Complete Photo Guide to Outdoor Building: From Arbors to Walkways: 150 DIY Projects, Black & Decker Home Improvement Library
17 The Complete Photo Guide to Outdoor Building: From Arbors to Walkways: 150 DIY Projects
Black & Decker Home Improvement Library USA Creative Publishing International 2013 1589237757 / 9781589237759 Soft cover New Book 
Over 150 projects and hundreds of instructional photographs combine with informative tips, tricks, and inspiration in the most comprehensive patio and walkway book on the market.With "The Complete Photo Guide to Outdoor Building," adding beautiful, functional patios and walkways to your yard has never been easier. From low-cost footpaths with high curb appeal to expansive, estate-quality decorative concrete patios, this book presents each project with foolproof step-by-step instructions and gorgeous full-color photographs. You'll be pointed toward the most current materials, tools, common practices, codes, and construction techniques to help you add value to your home and enjoy your outdoor spaces to their full potential. If you're looking for more storage, you'll find complete how-to information for sheds and greenhouses. If you need more living space, you'll find instructions for patios, decks, and porches. Build play structures to entertain the children; arrange an outdoor cooking area to entertain the adults--whether your existing space needs to be freshened up or your unused space is just waiting to be beautified, this book is a crucial one-stop resource for do-it-yourself homeowners. Complete with detailed planning information and recommendations for tools and materials, "The Complete Photo Guide to Outdoor Building" has everything the home DIYer needs to improve and enjoy their outdoor living space. 
Price: 34.95 AUD
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Those Dry-stone Walls: Stories from South Australia's Stone Age, Bruce Munday with photographs by Kristin Munday
18 Those Dry-stone Walls: Stories from South Australia's Stone Age
Bruce Munday with photographs by Kristin Munday Australia Wakefield Press 2012 1743051255 / 9781743051252 Soft cover New Book 24.0 x 19.5 cm 
Beautiful stone was nature's gift to South Australia, and an irresistible building material for early settlers. Many stone walls, without mortar or with no more than mud as glue, have defied gravity and the elements all these years. Or did gravity combine with deft balance to sustain them? Join Bruce and Kristin Munday as they traverse South Australia in search of these walls, finding historic masterpieces and insights into rural life in the years following settlement. Those Dry-stone Walls is rich with beautiful imagery of these walls, the stories behind them, and advice to inspire you to follow in the footsteps of our early settlers and start building your own. 
Price: 39.95 AUD
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A Very Practical Guide To Interior Decorating 3rd Edition, Carol Staines
19 A Very Practical Guide To Interior Decorating 3rd Edition
Carol Staines Australia Pinedale Press 2015 1875217193 / 9781875217199 Soft cover New Book 29.7 x 21.0 x 1.0 cm 
A Very Practical Guide To Interior Decorating 3rd Edition. Explains all about colour, gives professional inside Information on Design and teaches you no-fail principles for success. Practical hands on advice to save you money, an all Australian manual. This book is suitable for both the DIY trying to achieve that professional decor look or is perfect for making the more difficult concepts of colour and space easier to comprehend in interior decorator classroom situations. The teacher, student and graduate will find themselves constantly referring to this manual as a glove-box companion. 144 pages. 
Price: 29.95 AUD 26.95 AUD 
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A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, Construction, Christopher Alexander and Sara Ishikawa and Murray Silverstein and Max Jacobson and Ingrid Fiksdahl-King and Shlomo Angel
20 A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, Construction
Christopher Alexander and Sara Ishikawa and Murray Silverstein and Max Jacobson and Ingrid Fiksdahl-King and Shlomo Angel USA Oxford University Press 1978 0195019199 / 9780195019193 Hardcover New Book 20.5 x 14.6 x 4.5 cm 
You can use this book to design a house for yourself with your family; you can use it to work with your neighbors to improve your town and neighborhood; you can use it to design an office, or a workshop, or a public building. And you can use it to guide you in the actual process of construction. After a ten-year silence, Christopher Alexander and his colleagues at the Center for Environmental Structure are now publishing a major statement in the form of three books which will, in their words, "lay the basis for an entirely new approach to architecture, building and planning, which will we hope replace existing ideas and practices entirely." The three books are The Timeless Way of Building, The Oregon Experiment, and this book, A Pattern Language. At the core of these books is the idea that people should design for themselves their own houses, streets, and communities. This idea may be radical (it implies a radical transformation of the architectural profession) but it comes simply from the observation that most of the wonderful places of the world were not made by architects but by the people. At the core of the books, too, is the point that in designing their environments people always rely on certain "languages," which, like the languages we speak, allow them to articulate and communicate an infinite variety of designs within a forma system which gives them coherence. This book provides a language of this kind. It will enable a person to make a design for almost any kind of building, or any part of the built environment. "Patterns," the units of this language, are answers to design problems (How high should a window sill be? How many stories should a building have? How much space in a neighborhood should be devoted to grass and trees?). More than 250 of the patterns in this pattern language are given: each consists of a problem statement, a discussion of the problem with an illustration, and a solution. As the authors say in their introduction, many of the patterns are archetypal, so deeply rooted in the nature of things that it seemly likely that they will be a part of human nature, and human action, as much in five hundred years as they are today. 
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