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How To Be Your Own Contractor.

How To Be Your Own Contractor, Paul H. Rauch (Brick House Publishing Co., Andover, Mass., 1988; $9.95). From a detailed introduction on remodeling, the 102- a e manual proceeds with a discussion of lot selection, financing, preparing house plans, making cost estimates, and developing a construction schedule. Also useful are descriptions of what various subcontactors do, and advice on how to select and evaluate them. Appendixes feature insurance tips, principles of building accounting, bid and contract forms, and construction cost estimate forms.
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