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By John Kelsey; Pamela S. Price; Robin Hartl; Dean Johnson

ISBN-10: 1890257036

ISBN-13: 9781890257033

The host of "Hometime", the preferred remodeling sequence, stocks information for turning basement areas right into a cozy dwelling components. 250 colour pictures. 10 illustrations.

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