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Building an affordable house; trade secrets to high-value, low-cost construction.

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Building an affordable house; trade secrets to high-value, low-cost construction.

Ruiz, Fernando Pages.

Taunton Press

2005

202 pages

$24.95

Paperback

TH4815

Even house shapes affect costs. A regular contributor to Fine Homebuilding magazine shares tips on budgeting, design, and construction from a value engineering approach. The foreword writer remarks that this approach has helped him in making Habitat for Humanity houses even more cost-effective. The guide includes diagrams, color photos, and success stories. Companies names and city location are given but not complete contact information.

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