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  • Last episode S43E9 aired 2021-11-25
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This Old House celebrates the fusion on old world craftsmanship and modern technology. Each season features two renovation projects. Project One traditionally consists of eighteen or more so episodes and is filmed in Massachusetts. Project Two is taped in a different region of the country to highlight the variety of American architectural styles and renovation issues.

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  • s42e26
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    6 months ago
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    Illegal fireworks caused a fire in the Dorchester triple decker. Charlie Silva along with local contractors put this house back together. After a long wait, Carol and family can now move back home.

  • s42e25
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    6 months ago
    17:30

    It's been over a year and a half since the fire, and the triple decker is just about ready for the homeowners to return.  Kevin O'Connor checks out what's left to do in all three units, both inside and out.

  • s42e27
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    6 months ago
    17:30
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  • s42e24
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    6 months ago
    17:30

    The apprentices attend a roofing class and then put their skills to practice.  Back at the triple-decker, a vinyl floor goes in, Mauro touches up the cabinets, and Tom and Charlie install French doors.

  • s42e23
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    6 months ago
    17:30

    Tom and Kevin reinstall cabinets that survived the fire, and Tom teaches apprentices to trim a window.  HVAC contractor James shows Richard the plan for hot water, while Homeowner Carol and her sister shop for appliances.

  • s42e22
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    7 months ago
    17:30

    Mauro works with the apprentices to fix the plaster damage.  Richard meets plumber Ronnette to learn about the new sprinkler system.  Kevin joins homeowner Carol and her sister Willie to shop for tile and appliances for all three levels of the house.  The glass doors get repaired by an expert.

  • s42e21
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    7 months ago
    17:30

    Kevin finds Tom working with the new apprentices on the front door and learns about YouthBuild.  Tom and Charlie teach them about mineral wool insulation. Homeowner Carol looks at kitchen cabinets and counters. Richard works with James on the three separate HVAC systems.

  • s42e20
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    7 months ago
    17:30

    Jenn Nawada brings together a team to create an urban patio.  Heath Eastman rewires part of the house with intact plaster ceiling.  Charlie and Tom Silva hang a new fire rated door.  Richard Trethewey explains how a new tub is fitted in.  Kevin and Tom install a replacement window.

  • s42e19
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    7 months ago
    17:30

    The back porches on the triple decker are brought to code.  Ice blasting is used to get rid of the fire odor.  New vinyl siding gets installed on the entire house while homeowner Carol considers new accent colors to match the siding.  Framing begins inside.

  • s42e18
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    8 months ago
    17:30

    Removing asbestos from exposed ductwork; a plumber works on dormant pipes; Jenn visits a community garden; architectural historian Arthur Krim talks about three-deckers; Tom and Charlie pull off the melted vinyl siding.

  • s42e17
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    8 months ago
    17:30

    'This Old House' returns to Dorchester, Mass., the home of the first This Old House project, to follow the renovation of a triple decker that was burned due to illegal fireworks.

  • s42e16
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    9 months ago
    18:30

    The abandoned Seaside Victorian Cottage is restored to its original beauty.  A new addition matches the existing architectural details, and the new hardscape and landscape anchor it to the corner lot.

  • s42e15
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    10 months ago
    18:30

    Work happens in the kitchen.  Kevin and Tom tackle the molding, and the pantry gets a secret door.  Countertops, backsplash, and tile are installed, and a new wood mantle goes around the gas fireplace.

  • s42e14
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    10 months ago
    18:30

    Trees and sod arrive at the house.  The deck hatch is installed, and inside, a Wifi lock and new rangehood are placed.

  • s42e13
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    10 months ago
    18:30

    Tom assists with interior window trim and custom storm windows.  Richard checks out an electric meter and panels.  Mark follows work on the hardscape, and Kevin watches the assembly of a decorative shed.

  • s42e12
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    10 months ago
    18:30

    Inside the house, the work is busy with floor installation, and the design plans for the master bath are finalized.  Outside, a custom pizza oven and fireplace arrive, as well the plants and the new pool cover.

  • s42e11
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    10 months ago
    18:30

    Ceiling mounted speakers disappear in plaster.  The new HVAC system gets turned on.  New garage doors are side-mounted.  The pool is lowered into place.  The homeowner makes kitchen design choices.

  • s42e10
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    11 months ago
    18:30

    Mark McCullough explains cobblestone aprons.  The crew reinforces floor joists.  Tom Silva and Jeff Sweenor install a drop finial and a swinging window.  Kevin O'Connor meets with paint experts.

  • s42e09
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    11 months ago
    18:30

    Original house details such as the Yankee gutters and corbels are installed. Host Kevin O'Connor catches up with the electrician's apprentice. Richard Trethewey looks at the new tankless hot water system.

  • s42e08
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    1 year ago
    18:30

    After months of meticulous restoration, the stained glass windows are ready to be reinstalled.  Electrician Ben Giles has an apprentice.  Tom Silva re-creates original shingles.  Landscape meeting with homeowners.

  • s42e07
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    1 year ago
    18:30

    Chimney bricks are cleaned and repurposed for a new, straight chimney.  Staggered shingles are reapplied.  Kevin O'Connor learns about glass orbs hidden on Block Island.  Richard Trethewey shows a new shower drain.

  • s42e06
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    1 year ago
    18:30

    Decorative Queen Anne style barge rafters are reproduced for the garage addition.  The antique windows get restored and primed in the shop, re-glazed, and then returned to the house for installation.

  • s42e05
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    1 year ago
    17:30

    The guys begin restoration of an 1887 Queen Anne Victorian Cottage.  Kevin hears about preserving historic details while updating the interior space and creating a new garage and master suite

  • s42e04
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    1 year ago
    17:30

    From demo day to design, we follow every step as the homeowners decide on the components and the crew converts a decades-old butler's pantry kitchen into an up-to-date kitchen for the future.

  • s42e03
    • 0.00/5
    1 year ago
    17:30

    From young blacksmiths metalworking to a woodworker who finds centuries-old lumber under water,  This Old House features talented makers all over the country who make beautiful household items.

  • s42e02
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    1 year ago
    17:30

    From large scale industry to small town makers, these factories provide the materials for our projects.

  • s42e01
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    1 year ago
    17:30

    We take a tour of some of the past This Old House project kitchens. Follow the evolution of appliances from white to stainless as well as cabinet finishes from natural to painted.

  • s41e26
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    1 year ago
    17:30

    Work is complete on the Cape Ann Shingle Style project. The team tours the finished home, celebrating all of the repaired historic details and the new elements that keep with its original style.

  • s41e25
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    2 years ago
    17:30

    A brass handrail is created. Mauro paints a chalkboard finish, and repaired balusters get reinstalled. Richard gives a lesson in make-up air, and work begins on a custom table. Heath talks smart electricity.

  • s41e24
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    2 years ago
    17:30

    Richard learns about the invention of the Stillson wrench, and Mauro repairs old plaster. Norm then repairs broken balusters, and Heath installs a new panel. Venetian plaster goes on the dining room ceiling.

  • s41e23
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    The original leaded glass windows are repaired, and Jenn and Fred plant a bed of perennials along the new driveway. Mini splits solve a ductwork problem, and homeowner Molly and her designer Shelby make design decisions. Then, Tom tackles tricky original trim.

  • s41e22
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    2 years ago
    17:30

    Tom repairs 130-year-old pocket doors, and a new type of solar goes in. Jenn works with landscaper Fred to build a boulder wall. Richard gives a lesson on a modern heating system, and father Mark and son Erik Ferrante showcase the art of mosaic tile installation.

  • s41e21
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    2 years ago
    17:30

    Tom and Charlie Silva install rounded-top windows in the breakfast room, and an easy-install roof shingle goes down. Roger Cook and Kevin O'Connor go fishing while Tom adds a custom diamond detail with the siding. Radiant heat goes in somewhere unexpected: the ceiling.

  • s41e20
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    2 years ago
    17:30

    Mark McCullough finds granite on the property to match a new stone wall to the old. Heath Eastman buries the electrical underground. Kevin O'Connor, homeowner Molly and her kitchen designer Michele look for design inspiration. Then, Tom Silva creates a barrel ceiling.

  • s41e19
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    2 years ago
    17:30

    Tom and Charlie Silva create a cathedral ceiling while Mark McCullough breaks through the foundation to make space for mechanicals. Kevin O'Connor learns about sun tunnels and Richard creates a plan for cooling.

  • s41e18
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    2 years ago
    17:30

    Tom Silva and Kevin O'Connor start laying subfloor in the new dining room. Charlie Silva shows Jenn Nawada how he's drilling granite for the new garage and driveway. Kevin tours Cape Ann, and Tom moves an interior doorway.

  • s41e17
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    2 years ago
    17:30

    Homeowners John and Molly plan to put the history back into their 1890s shingle-style home. They'll remove ‘70s carpet, repair cracking balusters and transform the front entry, restoring the home's original beauty and updating it for modern living.

  • s41e16
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    2 years ago
    18:30

    Paradise residents discuss their determination to rebuild. Tom inspects engineered siding and fire-rated sheathing, and Richard looks at a solar backup battery. The former Paradise fire chief discusses advanced preparation with Kevin, and at the Hope Plaza Memorial ground-breaking, the heroes and survivors are honored. Then, Luke and Crystal celebrate moving in.

  • s41e15
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    18:30

    Luke and Crystal are moving into their home. Kevin visits a fire test lab, and Jose and Anna's house gets roof shingles. Mark installs a stone veneer at Avonlea and Joey's house. Then, Kevin tours farms around Paradise, and Jenn meets an architect who designed a town memorial.

  • s41e14
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    2 years ago
    18:30

    Richard learns about automatic sprinkler systems. Kevin sees a simulator that shows how the Camp Fire spread. Tom inspects a vent designed to resist embers. Another project gets the green light.

  • s41e13
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    18:30

    A year after California's worst wildfire, the people of Paradise are still clearing the devastation where about 90% of homes were lost.  Kevin, Tom, and Richard meet three families determined to rebuild according to the wildland urban interface codes.

  • s41e12
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    18:30

    The old ranch is transformed into a Dutch Colonial thanks to Jeff's team.  Kevin and Tom take the tour with the homeowners, and Norm presents the pine coffee table he made with local reclaimed wood.  Outside, Jenn sees the last of the hydroseeding and gives Tom the garden tour.  Everyone meets at the refurbished flagpole to raise the flags.

  • s41e11
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    18:30

    As the project winds down, the televisions are mounted, and the blinds and curtains get installed.  Richard takes a look at the new water heater.  Jenn watches the final plants go in and works to install outdoor lighting.  The old flagpole comes down for a touch up.

  • s41e10
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    18:30

    Norm uses old pine from a local sawmill to make a coffee table.  Mauro teaches apprentice Kathryn to whitewash the knotty pine paneling.  Tommy and Jeff build a pergola for the deck.  Kevin helps with a shutter assembly.  Electrician Ben shows apprentice De'Shaun how to light the pergola.

  • s41e09
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    2 years ago
    18:30

    Jeff Sweenor shows Kevin O'Connor how he installs floating oak shelves and a mantel.  Norm Abram panels the playroom using the original knotty pine boards.  Kevin visits the apprentices at a timber framing school, then he takes a tour of Westerly.  Jenn Nawada uses Westerly granite for backyard steps.

  • s41e08
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    2 years ago
    18:30

    The new propane tank gets buried in the backyard.  Norm advises an apprentice in composite decking.  Jeff and Tom add final touches to the coffered ceiling.  A shelving system goes into the new office, and applies a stone veneer to the new chimney.

  • s41e07
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    2 years ago
    18:30

    Tom Silva and Jeff Sweenor begin work on a coffered ceiling in the living room.  Jenn Nawada watches as local Westerly granite is cut to size for backyard steps.  Richard Trethewey reviews the complex septic system as it goes in.  In Ohio, Kevin O'Connor learns how the interior doors are built.  Back in Westerly, Jeff installs one of those doors.

  • s41e06
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    18:30

    Kevin O'Connor reviews the progress of the Westerly house.  Tom Silva and Jeff Sweenor work on the main staircase at Jeff's shop and then they bring it to the house to install.  At the Idea House, Kevin looks at new clapboard siding technology.  Richard Trethewey tours a factory to see how a furnace is built and then watches one being installed at the project house.

  • s41e05
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    17:30

    Tom Silva teaches the new apprentices to frame a deck.  Jeff Sweenor's crew frames the exterior flair detail.  Jenn Nawada learns about Westerly granite.  Jeff teaches the apprentices to install a window.  Richard Trethewey and Jeff look for a path for the drain stacks.

  • s41e04
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    17:30

    The crew stands up the second floor walls, and three new apprentices arrive as part of the Generation Next program.

  • s41e03
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    17:30

    The open concept living space requires extra planning for support of the second story.

  • s41e02
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    17:30

    At the old Westerly Ranch House, the roof was disassembled to add a new level, but the original chimney is going to be in the way of the open floor plan concept on the first floor.

  • s41e01
    • 0.00/5
    2 years ago
    17:30

    The new season kicks off with a ranch house in Westerly, RI. Inside, Tom and Kevin tour the house and admire the knotty pine paneling

  • s34e26
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    17:30

    Norm and Kevin visit an antiques shop.  A Dutch door is fitted.  Kevin sees new lighting and the living area.  Richard shows the basement.  Norm sees the caregiver suite.  The homeowner's parents arrive.

  • s34e25
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    17:30

    Richard talks the geothermal system.  The mudroom is tiled.  Kevin tours a Seattle home.  Tom installs countertops.  A contractor fits the window trim pieces.  Tom brings in an antique farm table.

  • s34e24
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    17:30

    An installer lays new tile.  A mason parges the top of the brick chimney.  The flooring is stained. Norm meets the carpenter who restored Daryl Hall's estate.  A mud job forms the bed for hearth tiles.

  • s34e23
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    00:00

    Norm meets a shipwright.  Tom puts up barn boards.  Kevin sees the finished patio and plantings as well as a house designed for ALS.  Hearth tiles are laid.  Tom builds a mantel from reclaimed oak.

  • s34e22
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    00:00

    Insulation and drywall go up at the cottage.  Richard gets a look at septic innovation.  Norm brings out the decorative timbers and he and Tom fabricate the final joint and install the pieces.

  • s34e21
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    9 years ago
    00:00

    Kevin and Roger explore the Essex clamming scene.  Richard talks rough plumbing and ductwork progress.  Radiant floor panels, a lightning rod, and a metal roof are fitted.  Roger makes a bluestone patio.

  • s34e20
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    01:00

    Tom and Kevin pick window trim.  Richard brings Kevin up to speed on the geothermal installation, and two 350-foot deep wells are drilled.  Dynamite is used to make space for the pipe.

  • s34e19
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    01:00

    Roger restores the water feature.  Kevin and Richard revive a water well.  An electrician digs a trench to the street.  Ross Trethewey explains why the site is ideal for geothermal heating and cooling.

  • s34e18
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    01:00

    Tom repairs water damage.  He and Norm replace a sill.  Kevin sees the plan for the patio.  Roger adds veneer to the walls. Norm meets a Bucksport architect to see the accessible house he designed.

  • s34e17
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    01:00

    Kevin visits the Institute for Human Centered Design.  Tom and Roger level out the site in Essex.  Norm, Tom, and Kevin remove a dormer and frame the kitchen roof.  Roger makes retaining walls.

  • s34e16
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    01:00

    The season's second project finds Norm and Kevin back on Cape Ann, in Essex, Massachusetts.  John and Julie Corcoran hope to turn their 1935 English-style cottage into an accessible in-law residence.

  • s34e15
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    01:00

    The last details come together for the Cambridge project finale: Granite posts set off the landscape and the revived vintage doorbell crowns the foyer.  Designers Dee Elms and Andrew Terrat make the sleek, white Scandinavian modern interior come alive.  Homeowners Sally Peterson and John Stone, and the crew give a final salute!

  • s34e14
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    01:00

    Finishing touches are coming together: the driveway, walk-in closets, home automation and some remarkable wallpaper.  Norm Abram visits local glass artist Carrie Gustafson, and Tom Silva's helping homeowner John Stone build a workbench.

  • s34e13
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    01:00

    Roger Cook is getting the plants in; the hearth and woodbox are lined with sandstone.  Norm Abram visits Paul Grothouse who's fabricating the huge butcher block countertop.  Richard Trethewey installs wall-mounted lavatory faucets.

  • s34e12
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    01:00

    Kevin O'Connor helps Roger Cook install plastic drywells to keep the yard from flooding and checks out the new cabinets with kitchen designer Kathy Marshall.  We learn about programmable thermostats and ipe deck tiles that go right over an old deck.

  • s34e11
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    01:00

    Roger Cook installs granite steps, and Kevin O'Connor helps Tom Silva build a window seat and MDF doors disguised as wainscoting.  Norm Abram works on the treads and newel cap on the stairs.  Pine ceiling accents get whitewashed and lacquered.

  • s34e10
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    9 years ago
    01:00

    Tom Silva shows Kevin O'Connor how he's installing Southern yellow pine board accents in key spots to coordinate with the maple flooring that Norm Abram is installing.  Tile is set the master bath, and the roof deck gets PVC porch boards and custom rail.

  • s34e09
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    01:00

    Kevin O'Connor and Norm Abram find the painters spraying the house a sunny yellow, while Tom Silva trims out the windows.  Copper gutters and wood-burning fireplace go in, and homeowner Sally Peterson explores commercial-grade cooking appliances.

  • s34e08
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    01:00

    Kevin O'Connor meets plasterer Vito Bucco.  Norm Abram and Tom Silva match the old shingle pattern.  Kevin visits interior designers Andrew Terrat and Dee Elms.  Radiant heat and the boiler are going in.

  • s34e07
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    9 years ago
    01:00

    Roger replaces the front walk.  Tom shows Kevin the replacement windows.  A tile contractor uses a shower waterproofing system.  Kevin sees a modern home in Brookline.  A painting contractor starts prep.

  • s34e06
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    01:00

    A mason repoints the foundation.  Norm and Tom repair the front porch.  Kevin visits Community Rowing.  Spray foam insulation begins in our balloon frame house.

  • s34e05
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
    01:00

    Kevin joins Cambridge locals biking to work.  An architect presents a plan for the yard.  Tom removes steps to the roof deck.  Roger tackles the stump from the maple.  Plumbers use pipe to dull sound.

  • s34e04
    • 0.00/5
    9 years ago
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    Tom works on the ceiling and fits a skylight.  Kevin learns about our house's style in Fairfield.  Norm shows the framing progress on the second floor.  Richard arrives with ductwork.

  • s34e03
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    9 years ago
    00:00

    Norm shows the antique features of the building.  Tom relocates a load bearing wall.  Kevin learns about appropriate colors for the house.  Tom frames in the basement.  The electrical service is upgraded.

  • s34e02
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    9 years ago
    00:00

    Kevin visits an 'eco' resale store in Springfield.  Arborist Jack Kelly removes a sick maple.  The architects show Kevin the plan, then visit a house down the street for design ideas.

  • s34e01
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    9 years ago
    00:00

    This season, TOH turns a dark, divided 1887 two-family into an open, Scandinavian-style one-family.

  • s33e26
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    10 years ago
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    Norm and Kevin congratulate Andy on a job well done.  Richard shares an advanced programmable thermostat.  Solar shades are installed while the master closet now accommodates both his and hers space.  Interior designer Lisa Newman Paratore shows off the final decor choices.

  • s33e25
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    10 years ago
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    Light green grout is used with the glass tile backsplash.  The garage gets an insulated steel door and storage system.  A cable railing system is installed.  A gas stove is installed in the living room.  The new lighting design is shown.

  • s33e24
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    10 years ago
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    A retractable awning is installed.  Soapstone countertops get sealed with wax.  Andy dresses the half-walls with oak caps and scotia molding.  Light fixtures are made by New England blacksmiths.  Floor warming goes in the master bath.  Richard explains the ERV unit.

  • s33e23
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    10 years ago
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    New concrete pavers are installed in the driveway.  Norm visits a custom cabinetshop.  The refrigerator panel is scribed to fit.  The new soaking tub is set in plaster.  The painting contractor tries out a 'full spectrum' paint.

  • s33e22
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    10 years ago
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    Brazilian hardwood garapa for the new deck; Red cedar shingles in a wave pattern; Kevin meets designer Lisa Newman Paratore at her shop.  Norm sees the exterior decorative brackets and learns why polyurethane is a better choice than PVC.

  • s33e21
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    10 years ago
    01:00

    A sustainable coastal landscape uses native plants and local sod.  Metalsmiths install copper gutter and scupper.  Ross Trethewey takes Kevin O'Connor to a lighthouse that's also an off-the-grid bed and breakfast.  Richard Trethewey sees the solar hot water system.

  • s33e20
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    10 years ago
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    Andy Tiplady shows Kevin the red cedar shingles and flair.  Richard Trethewey shows Kevin a hydronic system integrated with a solar hot water system.  Solar panels provide electricity.  Norm tours one of Newport's famous mansions.

  • s33e19
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    10 years ago
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    Builder Andy Tiplady shows Norm Abram the custom copper pan for flashing for the windows.  Kevin visits the Hurricane Research Lab at the University of Florida.  A clambake down on the beach.

  • s33e18
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    10 years ago
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    New foundation is in place, and framing is underway.  Andy and his crew prepare for Hurricane Irene.  The neighborhood takes a hit.  Kevin meets the Executive Director of the Coastal Resources Management Council, Grover Fugate.

  • s33e17
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    10 years ago
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    Builder Andy Tiplady begins work on a 1925 Cape with spectacular water views.  The biggest challenge will be building to withstand the marine environment.

  • s33e16
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    10 years ago
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    Roger and Jenn install plants.  Roger and Tom install reproduction metalwork.  Kathy Marshall and Becky Titlow see the kitchen.  Joe Titlow shows Norm his garage workshop.  Andrew Terrat shows Kevin the new additions.  The wrap party begins.

  • s33e15
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    10 years ago
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    Roger Cook lays the driveway finish.  Allen Gallant installs LED lights.  Tom Silva shows the new garage door.  Richard Trethewey shows the latest water heaters.  Susan Arnold reveals the family room and kitchen lighting plans.

  • s33e14
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    10 years ago
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    Tom Silva restores the c. 1720 front door.  The marble island top arrives.  Richard Trethewey shows a zone damper system.  Tom makes sliding 'barn' doors for the pantry.  Mark McCullough installs the brick hearth.

  • s33e13
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    Roger Cook creates a winding brick path.  Richard Trethewey looks at the zero-clearance gas fireplace.  Norm Abram makes wainscoting out of old sheathing boards.  Oak floor boards go down.

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    Tom Silva and Norm Abram install massive decorative timbers.  Richard Trethewey shows host Kevin O'Connor the mounting pad for the A/C condensers.  Norm visits the Parson Capen House.  Tom uses a new hidden deck fastening system.  Homeowner Joe Titlow installs a new shed.

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    Roger Cook installs a granite front step.  Tom Silva installs new wood windows.  Norm Abram visits the Colonel James Barrett house.  Richard Trethewey seals and insulates the old ductwork.  Roger spreads a grass mix that will blend with the lawn but need less maintenance.

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    Norm Abram and Tom Silva create a more historically accurate front door surround.  Certified arborist Matt Foti prescribes deep root injections for the ailing American Beech tree.  Kevin O'Connor meets Monica MacKenzie at an antique home she renovated.  Interior designers Dee Elms and Andrew Terrat share their design direction.

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    Tom Silva installs new red cedar clapboards.  Richard Trethewey helps remove some existing plumbing in the old kitchen.  Roger Cook installs a new asphalt driveway.  Richard shows Kevin O'Connor a wet vent in the powder room.