Well, I finally got my ebook “Build Your Own House — a Guide for Absolute Beginners” approved by Clickbank! So for all you folks who’ve been waiting and drooling for this kind of information, you can now buy and download it any time of day or night. (update: the e-book is no longer available)
The bonus materials that I’ve added to the deal are:
1) How to Build a Simple Workbench. A good sturdy workbench is an absolute must for anybody with a few tools and a budding workshop. And going through building a workbench from scratch, as opposed to putting together a kit from the local building supply store, is a great way to start getting the feel of working with wood and power tools. It’ll also show you the importance of keeping things square and plum.
2) A pictorial guide to How to Replace a Toilet. “Eeeow, I’d rather hire that one out!” you say? Well, do you know how much it costs to hire a professional plumber to remove or replace a toilet? If there are no problems encountered it’s usually $300-$500! Then, if there’s a problem discovered during the job (like discovering that the flange is broken, which happened to me) then you can usually double that figure. If you can muster the courage to do this job yourself — which I spell out step by step — you will save yourself some serious “moola”.
3) An Analysis of PEX Tubing for Home Plumbing. Here’s an extra report on discussing the benefits and features of PEX tubing for your home building project with your plumber. PEX isn’t new anymore, but you may have to convince your plumbing team to use this great material in your home.
4) Home Wiring & Electricity 101. The report goes into more detail on the “mystery” of electricity as it applies to home wiring. Even if you hire out your electrical work, which I highly recommend, having this kind of knowledge base will help your comfort level in talking with your electrician. Knowledge is power… ignorance is expensive (especially if your ignorance leads to you getting shocked to death!). Electricity is not to be feared, but respected.
5) Birdhouse Plans (Woodworking for Wildlife). I just had to throw this one in. I’ve had this publication for the past couple decades and built a few things from it. I’m passing it along to all you wildlife lovers out there. Or maybe you’re looking for a neat little building project with your kids to teach them about working with wood & tools, as well as watching the wildlife that comes to use your little houses.
But, the e-book itself is jam-packed with useful information to get you started on your home building journey. It’s 106 pages of absolutely great information for beginners. When you add in the bonus materials you have just over 200 pages of great information!
The money that you’ll save in your home building (or even home repair projects) will far outweigh the cost of this package. It’s a fabulous deal! But, if you find something not so agreeable about it I will offer a generous 60 money back guarantee, no questions asked.
Buy it here: Build Your Own Small House.
peace and prosperity,
p.s. enjoy Summer!!!!!