This booklet has information not found in the big manuals, home improvement stores, the library, or the internet. The books found in the above named places have a lot of information about the entire subject. However, I could not find any information that talked you through the step by step process. This booklet will explain how to do each step and the potential problems you may find as you proceed with the job. The pictures in the book will let you identify the parts you need when you go to the store. A young lady with no experience in home repair read the book and said " this is explained so simple I could do it." The book gives the reader the benefit of forty years of "earn while you learn" experience. The booklet is sized to put in your pocket and take to the store or jobsite. The book also introduces a new product that the author has used in the past with great success. The product has just been developed and not found in stores at this time. However, order information is included in the book. In today's economy, we all must save all we can. By using this book you will save huge amounts of money.
For most Americans, the savings and loan industry is defined by the fraud, ineptitude and failures of the 1980s. However, these events overshadow a long history in which thrifts played a key role in helping thousands of households buy homes. First appearing in the 1830s savings and loans, then known as building and loans, encourage their working-class members to adhere to the principles of thrift and mutual co-operation as a way to achieve the 'American Dream' of home ownership. This book traces the development of this industry from its origins as a movement of a loosely affiliated collection of institutions into a major element of America's financial markets. It also analyses how diverse groups of Americans, including women, ethnic Americans and African Americans, used thrifts to improve their lives and elevate their positions in society. Finally the overall historical perspective sheds new light on the events of the 1980s and analyses the efforts to rehabilitate the industry in the 1990s.
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