Step-By-Step Outdoor Brickwork: Over 20 Easy-To-Build Projects For Your Yard And Garden

Step-By-Step Outdoor Brickwork: Over 20 Easy-To-Build Projects For Your Yard And Garden With Masonry Bricks, Blocks, Concrete, Stone, Gravel, And Sand You Can Put Together Dozens Of Features And Accessories That Will Complement Your Home S Design, Cater To Your Outdoor Needs, And Reflect Your Lifestyle Add Pools And Ponds Planters Furniture And Barbecues Steps, Pillars And Arches Patios Paths And Drives And Walls Get Off On The Right Foot With Basic Rules Of Construction, From Planning To Blueprints To Materials Estimate Costs, Measure Accurately, And Mix Cement And Concrete Properly Figure Out Sizing And The Best Siting Lay Foundations Reinforce Pillars, Give Your Paths A Safe, Non Skid Surface And Build Walls To Aid Drainage, Create A Boundary, Or Just Add That Decorative Touch Want Dramatic Effects Try A Lighted Pool Or Fountain Or Build Steps Over An Arch Extend Your Living Space With A Paved Patio, Brick Seat And Table, And Barbecue Over Twenty Easy To Make Projects That Even Beginners Can Build And Design Successfully Pages All In Color , X

A talented author and journalist with experience in all forms of written media, Penny Swift has written than 40 non fiction books as well as countless newspaper and magazine articles, press releases and content for numerous web sites She is a seasoned researcher revels in proofreading to help improve other writer s work has done copywriting for brochures, adverts and packaging than sh

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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • Step-By-Step Outdoor Brickwork: Over 20 Easy-To-Build Projects For Your Yard And Garden
  • Penny Swift
  • English
  • 23 January 2019
  • 9781853680915

7 thoughts on “Step-By-Step Outdoor Brickwork: Over 20 Easy-To-Build Projects For Your Yard And Garden

  1. says:

    This is rather surprisingly easy to follow given the complexity of some of the projects they are to me at least although I thnk the instructions would benefit from a few illustrations or photos for those of us less familiar with such involved projects.

  2. says:

    I love this book, some of the pictures are pretty dorky and outdated, but it give great instructions on how to do your project Let s just hope mine turns out, if it does I might to into a maniac laying concrete and bricks everywhere.

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