Wood-Frame House Construction

By: Anderson, L. O

Price: $11.75

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U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, 1975 Revised Handbook No. 73 Series; B&W Illustrations; 7 3/4 x 10 1/2 ; v, 223 pages; Soft cover has grey and white spine. Agriculture Handbook #73; revised July 1970, slightly revised April 1975. Lavishly illustrated with 179 b/w figures. Covers have light rubbing, scuffing, bumping. Pages are clean and tight. "This book presents sound principles for wood-frame house construction and suggestions for selecting suitable materials that will greatly assist in the construction of a good house. It is also meant as a guide and handbook for those without this type of construction experience. Many wood houses are in existence today that were built more than 200 years ago when early settlers arrived. The modern conventional wood-frame house, with wood or wood product covering materials, is economical, long lasting, and can be constructed in virtually any location." glossary.

Title: Wood-Frame House Construction

Author Name: Anderson, L. O

Categories: Reference, Crafts/Needlework/Clothing/Costuming, Architecture, Engineering, Education,

Edition: Revised Edition

Publisher: Washington, D. C., US Government Printing Office: 1975

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good+

Seller ID: 9523

Keywords: Reference; Housing; Construction; Building; Carpentry; Wood Working; Tools; Skilled Trade; Craftsmanship;,