HUD Rehab Guide: Volumes One-Nine

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Want to learn innovative remodeling techniques? Here’s your primer.

The HUD Rehab Guide series, written for builders, architects, engineers, and other housing rehabilitation professionals, aims to speed acceptance of innovative housing technologies and state-of-the-art practices in nine areas:

HUD Rehab Guides Volumes 1-9
Volume 1: Foundations
Volume 2: Exterior Walls
Volume 3: Roofs
Volume 4: Windows and Doors
Volume 5: Partitions, Ceilings, Floors, and Stairs
Volume 6: Kitchens and Baths
Volume 7: Electrical/Electronics
Volume 8: HVAC/Plumbing
Volume 9: Site Work

The focus of this series is housing rehabilitation, rather than home improvement. To rehabilitate means to restore to good condition, not necessarily to improve to a state that is significantly different than the original. This is a fine line, but it distinguishes this series from home improvement books written for the amateur.

All volumes include detailed illustrations and graphics. Easy-to-read chapters organize information into four sections:

Essential Knowledge
Techniques, Materials, Tools
Further Reading
Product Information, including manufacturer names and addresses
Appendix, including names of professional associations and research centers

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