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The Very Efficient Carpenter

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In this book and the companion videos, Haun shows you step by step all the techniques he uses to frame a basic house, from laying down the sills to cutting the rafters. You'll learn about:
-- Cutting and installing posts and girders
-- Joisting and sheathing floors
-- Laying out, cutting, assembling and raising walls
-- Framing gable roofs, hips, and valleys, and truss roofs
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Published by Edward de Bono School of Thinking (first published October 1st 1992)
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