Albert Raymond "Al" Carrell (September 2, 1925 – August 27, 2014) was an American columnist, author, radio personality, and home ment expert.
Albert Raymond "Al" Carrell (September 2, 1925 – August 27, 2014) was an American columnist, author, radio personality, and home ment expert. Carrell's column ran in over 250 newspapers in the . In 1951, Carrell and his wife moved to Dallas, Texas. Carrell graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School (Dallas, Texas) and in 1999, was inducted into Woodrow's Hall of Fame. On August 27, 2014, Carrell died of pneumonia in Dallas. YouTube Encyclopedic. Carrell wrote six books, including The Super Handyman’s Encyclopedia of Home Repair Hints Family References. a b c d Satija, Neena.
Al Carrell’s most popular book is Home Fix-It 101: The Anyone-Can-Do-It Guide to Home Repair. Showing 12 distinct works. Home Fix-It 101: The Anyone-Can-Do-It Guide to Home Repair by. Al Carrell, Kelly Carrell.
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Home Fix-It 101 will put an end to outrageous repair bills and your frustration. Known throughout the United States as the Super Handyman, Al Carrell teams up with his daughter, Super HandyMom Kelly Carrell, to take the mystery out of home repair.
Author of The super handyman homecare almanac, The Handy Dan guide to home plumbing, Super handyman's fix and finish furniture guide, Super handyman's encyclopedia of home repair hints, Best home hints from the super handyman, Super handyman's do-it-quick but do-it-right home repair hints, Super handyman Al Carrell's 1000 questions about home repair & maintenance, Home Fix-It 10.
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