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This Old House

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The Dorchester Triple Decker: Urban Oasis
Season: 42 | Episode: 20
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The Dorchester Triple Decker: A Project for Every Floor
Season: 42 | Episode: 21

Kevin finds Tom working with the new apprentices on the front door. 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.

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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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Genres: DIY
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    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.

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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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.

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    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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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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
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    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.

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    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.

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

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    Roger plans to let light into the yard. Richard revisits the benefits of using PEX for the water supply lines. Norm gets a brief history lesson on our neighborhood, and Tom converts a jamb.

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  • s35e13
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  • s35e11
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