Fine Homebuilding Magazine
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Connect to Fine Homebuilding – America’s trusted resource for residential building, remodeling, and home improvement – on your iPad. Convenient digital delivery includes unique bonus features and enhancements: linkable and searchable content, techniques videos, slide shows, tutorials, new products, digital tools, and more. A FREE sample issue is included with the app.
Fine Homebuilding is the first choice of pros and serious non-pros for every aspect of building from foundation and framing to finishing, as well as design, energy savings, tools, materials and code compliance. Field-tested content, detailed graphics, and expert advice help readers work better, faster, and smarter.
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