Publisher description for My name isn't Martha, but I can renovate my home / Sharon Hanby-Robie.


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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HOME RENOVATION IN ON HANDY VOLUME!

Renovating your home has never been so easy -- thanks to Sharon Hanby-Robie's helpful advice. The author of the hugely popular My Name Isn't Martha, But I Can Decorate My Home assists you in renovating your house to perfection in this professional, no-nonsense book that will help you achieve Martha Stewart's results without spending a fortune. From simply adding new accessories to your kitchen or bath to gutting the entire first floor, interior designer Hanby-Robie will show you how to create a living space that complements your personal style. You'll learn:


How to assess the resale value of your renovation
What the difference is between an architect, a builder, and a designer
Now to visualize each room to maximize its appeal
What you MUST know about building codes
How to create an exterior style to match your new rooms


Divided into three sections -- EVALUATION AND PLANNING, INTERIOR RENOVATIONS, and EXTERIOR RENOVATION -- this invaluable guide tackles every room in your house, including windows, floors, heating and cooling systems, landscaping, and even garages. In her witty and accessible style, Hanby-Robie offers words of wisdom, trade secrets, and cost-saving tips, whether you're making a few small changes or starting from ground zero. And she shows you how to do it with skill and style -- on a budget you can afford.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Dwellings Remodeling Amateurs' manuals, Interior decoration Amateurs' manuals