The questions that every person who has ever remodeled or built anything has had; “Where do I install this, How high do I mount this, Where does this go, How do I calculate the material needed?” These questions and more just like them have puzzled remodelers and DIYers for ages. Author John Knoelk aka "Contractor John" doesn't believe these questions should stop you from undertaking your project, or completing it in a professional manner. Building or remodeling a home or a room is something worth accomplishing, and he wants to be there for you every step of the way.
In his new reference book, The Dimension Bible for the Remodeler and Do-it-Yourselfer, John presents readers with an all-inclusive building guide that goes from the inside out of building and remodeling. Whether it is creating that stylish, but functional, kitchen, to how to develop the most practical driveway, John answers every question of the reader through charts, measurements and a general insight in an understandable way.
“This book is the result of my forty years of remodeling and building experience. While no book can address every measurement for every situation, I believe within these pages you will find the vast majority of measurements, dimensions and formulas to calculate and arrive at the correct answer you will need to complete your project.”
John approaches discussions of each area of the house in a clear and concise manner, thoroughly explaining each step for the new builder, DIYer, and the seasoned remodeler. As he has seen over his forty years of building, nothing is of greater satisfaction than seeing the project that is drawn on paper actually coming to life right before your eyes.
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About the Author
John was among the first in Chicagoland to earn a CGR and CGB designation from NAHB. He also sat on the Midwest Builders Show Educational Advisory Board and is a past President of the Will Grundy County Home Builders and Associates. Working with local and county officials to pass land use legislation, and the countless hours John volunteers is part of his commitment to give back to the community. John has also served as Co-Coordinator for Damage Assessment for the American Red Cross in the 1990's.
Contractor John launched his Blog and YouTube channel in 2011 to provide homeowners and DIYers with quality resources. John's passion at this stage of his career is helping homeowners with unfinished DIY projects or those who have fallen victim to unscrupulous contractors.