Next Episode of Ask This Old House is
The crew at This Old House take on some pretty big projects, which means they can only work on one or two houses a year. But homeowners have a virtual truckload of questions on smaller projects, and the TOH crew is ready to answer. Ask This Old House solves the steady stream of home improvement problems faced by viewers - and the crew even makes house calls!
Installing a whole house fan; working with students to liven up a school garden; water heater regulations.
Using a chainsaw; improving the electrical connection to a garage; silencing squeaky floors in a baby's room.
An electrical solution to ice dams; meteorologist Jim Cantore; snowblower maintenance; tuning up the furnace.
Turning old oak into a coffee table; driveway lawn; avoiding frozen pipes.
Replacing a front door deadbolt with a lock that uses Bluetooth; installing a weather-resistant television on a patio.
Adding a coat rack, shelving and a new door to a closet; leaky toilet; replacing a sconce at a home that was formerly a church.
Overhauling an old chimney; installing an exhaust fan in the kitchen; roof shingles.
Installing a light fixture; installing a bathtub overflow drain; insulation R-value.
Converting a front yard into a wildlife oasis; restoring a wood floor; unclogging a sink.
Growing potatoes in Idaho; Jim Cantore talks about weather stations; installing track lighting.
Repairing an antique door; growing edible herbs indoors; disappearing toilet water.
Adding festive lighting to a deck; fireplace options; tools for first-time gardeners.
Transforming a bookshelf into a secret passage; installing an outdoor house hydrant to repair a leaky spigot; tools for electrical work.
Building a home gym for a wounded U.S. Navy SEAL; repairing a faulty doorbell.
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