Making Your House into a Home

Consumer advocate, Tom Landis, offers his brand new "Home Building Guide" as a free e-book publication so folks can avoid glitches and keep in step with architects, builders, realtors and suppliers when doing their next home building or remodeling project.

(PRWEB) February 14, 2005 -- The "Home Building Guide" resides at OwnerBuilder dot com, where consumers may download Tom’s checklists, tips and insider’s information at his commercial-free web site. Tom brings together all members of the residential building community in order to successfully make your house into a home.

"The Guide is a well written, and researched, comprehensive step-by-step manual that helps 'de-mystify' the building process," say homeowners Mike and Kelly Dowling. "It is presented in an easy to understand, logical, time-based format that lays out the sequence of events any owner/builder can expect to encounter when building a home."

Tom’s key ideas for making a house into a home are simple: Articulate your vision. Collaborate with professionals. Integrate the design/build process.

Tom’s “Home Building Guide” is now a free, online e-book at OwnerBuilder dot com.

Tom Landis began his career in residential construction as builder working with his tools, specializing in custom woodworking on new homes and remodeling projects. Now, after 30 years experience as a master builder, he just wants to help folks make their house into a home. Each week, Tom invites national and local experts to join him on his "Down Home Radio Show" to share their knowledge of home building and remodeling with his audience.

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