Concrete Made Easy: From Planning To Completion (Paperback)
Having a small piece of sidewalk installed or even repaired by a contractor is very expensive so, for many people, these projects remain unfinished. This can lead to personal injuries and unattractive landscapes. It is not necessary to be a chemist or a construction engineer to pour a sidewalk. Anyone with some common sense, simple tools and mathmatical knowledge can plan and complete any concrete project short of pouring a new basement or other large undertakings. This book covers the steps necessary from planning the project to completion, including the tools needed and calculating the volume of concrete to purchase. Get ready to have some fun creating a lasting concrete project.
Theresa grew up in rural Michigan and earned her Bachelor degree from Kendall College of Art and Design which is now a school within Ferris State University. She has not always been employed in art and uses writing as one of her creative outlets. Theresa's other books include Shadows from the Fire, Relentless Past, and A Vagabond Life. She has written countless other tales since early childhood and looks forward to the publication of her next book.