This Old House, with pros Norm Abram, Tom Silva, Richard Trethewey, Roger Cook, and host Kevin O’Connor, is TV’s original home-improvement show, following one whole-house renovation over several episodes. Ask This Old House uses shorter segments to teach trade tricks and answer thorny homeowner questions.
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Hidden doorway. Master bath shower. Roof rafters. Wiring a powder room. Replace windows.
The mason builds the fireplace. We visit a 100-year-old brick factory. Custom cabinets.
A custom range hood is fabricated. A meet with designer Jill Goldberg. Epoxy is applied.
Steel beams from fabrication to installation. HVAC plan. Front porch removed. Firebox.
A new foundation is built using ICF. The homeowner goes shopping for specimen trees.
Installing a new steel beam, removing an oil tank, and digging for the new foundation.
The homeowners ponder designs while walls are demolished and a dangerous tree is removed
The Arlington, MA project homeowners plan to restore and expand their Arts & Crafts home.
Homes for Our Troops is making Matt DeWitt's home accessible for him and his family.
The freedom of an accessible home allows Joe Beimfohr to explore his athletic passions.
Moving into a Homes for Our Troops home has given this couple a chance to start a family.
Justin Gaertner's new house has helped him restart his life and take on new adventures.