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Everybody's Building Code By Bruce Barker
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Construction defects in homes cost millions of dollars every year and place people’s health and lives at risk. Everybody’s Building Code helps people determine if they and their... More > contractors are complying with the important requirements of the International Residential Code. Everybody’s Building Code is for everybody who wants to understand the International Residential Code without wading through the dry and often confusing language of the code itself. Everybody’s Building Code states code requirements in direct, command oriented statements and provides hundreds of examples, illustrations, and photographs that demonstrate how to apply the code requirements. In cases where the code requirements may not reflect current best practices, the book discusses some opinions on the subject and directs the reader to other sources for more information. The book contains an extensive key word index and a detailed Table of Contents to help readers find the code provisions they need.< Less
Everybody's Building Code By Bruce Barker
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Everybody's Building Code helps everybody build safe and efficient homes and helps everybody avoid costly construction defects. Everybody's Building Code is for homeowners, contractors, real estate... More > agents, home inspectors and anybody else who wants to understand the International Residential Code without wading through the dry and often confusing language of the code itself. Everybody’s Building Code restates code requirements into direct, command oriented statements and provides many examples, illustrations, and photographs that demonstrate how to apply the code requirements. In cases where the code requirements may not reflect current best practices, the book discusses some opinions on the subject and directs the reader to other sources for more information. The book contains an extensive key word index and a detailed Table of Contents that helps readers find the code provisions they need.< Less
Wandering May By Mary Code
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In our newest book in this series, readers learn of young May of Farleigh Village, and her move into the city, where she knows no one. All that May has been accustomed to in life changes around her,... More > and all that remains of her old home is a bookmark, upon which is written the mysterious words, "Come unto Me." But May soon makes friends in the city who help her learn to read, and more importantly, understand the meaning of the precious words about which she had been curious for so long. Through her friends' patience, May learns of the Savior, and how she herself can share the message of Christ with others. Let your children share young May's joy in discovering the gospel with her friends. This volume is one of the eleven stories in the Children's Character-Building Collection, our popular reprints of 19th-century Christian books for young children.< Less
Building in the 'Bu: Navigating the Malibu Zoning Code By Lester Tobias
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“Building in the ’Bu: Navigating the Malibu Zoning Code” addresses the process of building a home in Malibu, from what code(s) are applicable for a given project, to how to deal... More > with older homes that no longer meet current codes, to the actual submittal and plan review process. Flow charts and decision trees are included to help a reader decide where in the planning and permitting process their dream home lies. Finally, as author Lester Tobias writes: “After laying out all the pitfalls, trials and tribulations of the process, I give the reader a reason to not be daunted, and to go boldly where plenty of homeowners have gone before.”< Less
Building in the 'Bu: Navigating the Malibu Zoning Code By Lester Tobias
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“Building in the ’Bu: Navigating the Malibu Zoning Code” addresses the process of building a home in Malibu, from what code(s) are applicable for a given project, to how to deal... More > with older homes that no longer meet current codes, to the actual submittal and plan review process. Flow charts and decision trees are included to help a reader decide where in the planning and permitting process their dream home lies. Finally, as Tobias writes: “After laying out all the pitfalls, trials and tribulations of the process, I give the reader a reason to not be daunted, and to go boldly where plenty of homeowners have gone before.”< Less
Building in the 'Bu: Navigating the Malibu Zoning Code By Lester Tobias
eBook (ePub): $26.00
“Building in the ’Bu: Navigating the Malibu Zoning Code” addresses the process of building a home in Malibu, from what code(s) are applicable for a given project, to how to deal... More > with older homes that no longer meet current codes, to the actual submittal and plan review process. Flow charts and decision trees are included to help a reader decide where in the planning and permitting process their dream home lies. Finally, as author and Malibu architect Lester Tobias writes: “After laying out all the pitfalls, trials and tribulations of the process, I give the reader a reason to not be daunted, and to go boldly where plenty of homeowners have gone before.”< Less
Book of Codes By Bong Saculles
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Book Of Codes is a compilation of fun, challenging, and engaging Brain Teasers for use in a variety of applications such as: (a) Ice breakers during lectures, seminars and workshops, campfires, and... More > other similar activities. (b) Group Dynamics exercises in Team Building Activities and Planning Sessions; (c) A fun group game during social gatherings and occasions; (d) A personal IQ builder/trainer; (e) An effective "Time Killer" while in a long queue, waiting for a flight (or during a flight), or waiting for someone or something.< Less
The Nutrition Code By Suzanne Labrie
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Feel better and more empowered, with your health and the health of your patients. This book gives you a quick and easy system to map out nutritional imbalances and correct them, in the order that... More > works best for the body. In this book, you will learn: - Why supplements can be brilliant for optimum health - What vitamins and minerals are best for specific conditions and how to test for them - Demystify the intricacies of the Methylation pathway with one main test - Discover the real problem with gluten. Its effects are more widespread and subtly damaging than you think - Powerful supportive strategies for detoxification that build health, rather than take you backwards If you are a committed health practitioner, or inspired to take your own health to the next level, this book is for you.< Less
The Nutrition Code By Suzanne Labrie
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Discover the keys to great nutritional support. Feel better and more empowered with your health and the health of your patients. This book gives you a quick and easy system to map out nutritional... More > imbalances and correct them in the order that works best with the body. In this book you will learn Why supplements can be brilliant for optimal health. What vitamins or minerals are best for specific conditions and how to test for them. Demystify the intricacies of the methylation pathway with one main test. Discover the real problem with gluten. It's effects are more widespread and subtly damaging than you think. Powerful supportive strategies for detoxification that build health rather than take you backwards. If you are a committed health practitioner or inspired to take your own health to the next level, this book is for you.< Less
Build Quality In By Steve Smith, Matthew Skelton
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Build Quality In is a book of Continuous Delivery and DevOps experience reports from the wild. The interdependent disciplines of Continuous Delivery and DevOps are of immense value to an... More > organisation, but they are hard. We have seen Continuous Delivery and DevOps work in the wild, as have other practitioners. We want to help people on their own Continuous Delivery and DevOps journey, by sharing the experiences of those who have done it – what worked, what didn’t, and the highs and lows of trying to build quality into an organisation. Contributors: Alex Wilson and Benji Weber Amy Phillips Anna Shipman Chris O’ Dell James Betteley Jan-Joost Bouwman Jennifer Smith John Clapham Marc Cluet Martin Jackson Matthew Skelton Niek Bartholomeus Phil Wills and Simon Hildrew Rachel Laycock Rob Lambert and Lyndsay Prewer Sriram Narayanan Steve Smith We also have forewords from Dave Farley and Patrick Debois, and are donating 70% of author revenues to Code Club.< Less