Simple addition

Cruickshank, Tom; McGrath, Vern
March 1998
Harrowsmith Country Life (11908416);Mar/Apr98, Vol. 22 Issue 139, p30
Presents information pertaining to house renovations while highlighting a number saving tips when renovating. Why a house that accommodated a family of 11 cannot accommodate a family of 4 in the 1990s; Estimated amount of money it would take to build on an extra room; Indication that many homeowners enjoy direct involvement with the work process. INSETS: Dollars & sense;The green home;Options.


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