America's favorite home improvement series, the Emmy Award-winning THIS OLD HOUSE, airs in the first half of the hour. In the second half-hour, ASK THIS OLD HOUSE, host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey and landscape contractor Roger Cook address specific, viewer-driven home maintenance and repair questions.
Homeowner inherits her childhood home but it needs changes for her children and inlaws.
Tom and an intern pour the new foundation. Roger and his apprentice save plants from being trampled by construction.
Tom's crew installs a beam to support a new opening to the kitchen.
Kevin and Tom build a new floor. Tom shows the apprentices how to level front porch and build a hip roof.
The apprentices frame a deck while the chimney comes down.
Apprentices frame a wall in the bedroom, build a drain stack in the bath and lay porch decking.
An old floor becomes new door. Roger teaches class in the field.
Apprentices learn roofing; Kevin sees an elaborate railing put together.
Richard connects steel piping. Tom makes a jig for the shingled flair detail and shows how to install replacement windows.
Kevin visits a home with pine trim, Richard reviews the mechanical wall and Mauro repairs holes in old plaster.
Liz makes a stained glass window and Kevin tours a flooring factory.
Norm installs an old door and Tom puts in the corner cabinet.
Preventative tree work is needed, Liz gets a lesson on tiling, and the apprentices graduate after 10 weeks of hard work.
Liz and Norm lay composite decking. A quartz countertop is installed.
Tom and Charlie install a fireback on a kitchen wall.
Liz's childhood home has been transformed for the next generation.
Two projects begin in Charleston, SC: a brick 1840s "single house" unique to Charleston and a multi-generational 1890s home.
Demo starts on the Charleston projects. Roger scouts sub-tropical plants and Kevin visits a trade school.
An old fireplace will house a new stove. Roger tours hidden gardens.
A new foundation is poured and Roger determines if a crepe myrtle can be saved.
In a house with no stud walls, Tom sees how pipes are disguised and Richard seeks out places for HVAC equipment.
Rough plumbing; kitchen design; front porch issues; new floor is old; electricity in exposed bricks.
Column restoration; local students make a Charleston iron gate; modern light fixtures for an old house; new siding mixes with old.
Rainbow Row; termite damage; progress at the Single House; a timber frame class builds a pergola.
Pergola goes up; smart home; cabinets on a brick wall; table made of old cypress; HVAC; repointing.
Custom iron gate at the Charleston Single House; final tours with homeowners; send off from piazza.
Tom and Kevin tour their next project - a 1920s Rhode Island bungalow which will become a larger net zero house.
Old shingles with asbestos are removed and a new foundation is formed in a factory.
Jeff shows Kevin how he's framing the net zero house, and Richard demonstrates heat loss and gain to design a balanced HVAC system.
New apprentices join the team in Rhode Island as the roof goes up.
Tom installs crown molding and Mauro teaches an apprentice how to strip wallpaper.
Tom and Kevin build a storage bench, and Richard replaces a cartridge in an old shower valve.
Ton and Nathan change the swing of a door, and Jenn designs a tropical landscape.
The home is sealed against air leaks, and Kevin sees the landscape plan.
Richard demonstrates how a heat pump works. Stone veneer is applied and a wall hung toilet is installed.
Tom discusses difference between blueboard and drywall, and the solar array is properly sized.
Rogers visits a nearby sod farm, and a gas fireplace goes in the living room.
Kevin learns about induction cooking, and the solar panels go on the barn roof.
The Net Zero house is complete. Don gives at tour of the yard and barn.
A new series begins with plans to renovate a lackluster mid-century house in Massachusetts into a sleek modern marvel.
Asbestos and trees are removed at the house and old fixtures are salvaged, while the guys visit the very first This Old House project.
Norm teaches the apprentices how to lay a sill on the new foundation.
Mark McCullough pours a buttress to the foundation.
Kevin learns about in-counter outlets, Tommy visits former apprentice Nathan Gilbert and Norm teaches Carly how to frame a skylight.
Jenn and the homeowners select pavers for hardscape, while the water main is replaced and the original foundation is repaired.
Tommy calculates the risers for a set of stairs and radiant heat is installed.
Tommy handles cantilevered roofs and snow cleats outside while Richard solves venting and ductwork inside.
Mark McCullough rebuilds the front wall while Tommy and Kevin visit the 2005 Cambridge project.
Kevin sees how the glass and windows for the house are manufactured.
Mark Ferrante lays large format tile in the living room while Kevin and Richard visit the Key West project.
Finishing touches abound: closet systems, modern baseboards, and a linear shower wall drain are all installed.
The guys tour the finished home and review all the features that transformed the space into a modern marvel.
Mark and Jeffrey take down a chimney. Scott and Shayla window shop.
Installation of engineered lumber. Window is cut into basement.
Raising roof cheeks and second floor walls. New apprentices arrive as part of the Gen Next program.
Apprentices frame deck, install window. Jeff makes flair detail.
Staircase is built. Kevin visits Idea House. Tom and Jeff work on the main staircase.
Tom and Jeff build ceiling. Local granite cut to size.
Propane tank goes in. Composite decking. Finalize ceiling.
Jeff installs floating mantel. Norm panels. Kevin visits apprentices at timber framing school.
Old pine boards and panels get new life; build and light a pergola; new shutters get assembled.
The TVs and curtains are hung as the outdoor lights get installed and the flagpole is refurbished.
The ranch is now a Dutch Colonial. Kevin, Tom tour; Norm brings table.
The Camp Fire burned 90% of the homes in Paradise.
Fabricate a hearth. Sprinkler system; simulator shows wildfire; vent resists embers; new foundation.
Luke and Crystal move in. Kevin visits a fire test lab.
Engineered siding, solar power back-up, what to take in emergencies, Paradise rising.
The Cape Ann project starts with a major renovation of an 1890s shingle style home.
Subfloor goes down. Granite ledge is drilled and footings are pinned to the rock.
Tommy and Charlie create a cathedral ceiling. Mark breaks through the foundation.
Mark finds granite to match old stone. Heath buries electrical.
Tommy and Charlie install windows. An easy-install roof shingle goes down.
Tommy repairs 130-year-old pocket doors. New type of solar.
Leaded glass windows are repaired. Mini splits are installed.
130-year-old plaster repair. Norm repairs broken baluster.
Brass handrail fabrication. Understanding make-up air.
Work is finally complete on the Cape Ann Shingle Style project.
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