Next Episode of Ask This Old House is
Season 18 / Episode 17 and airs on 29 February 2020 21:00
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!
Preventing fires in homes; replacing a rusty sink strainer.
Room-by-room HVAC; using plaster to patch drywall.
Using a robotic wall to furnish a microapartment; building a bench.
Choosing an efficient washer and dryer; three-way switch; table saw safety.
Diagnosing a malfunctioning hot water radiator; handsaws; installing LED garage lights.
Rooftop and small space gardening; bringing power to the outside storage space; eradicating water stains on the ceiling.
A tour of Nick Offerman's woodworking shop in Los Angeles; monitoring energy; dish soap blunder.
Solving a hot water problem; adding molding to a dining room; a former NASA astronaut discusses tools.
Using heart pine scraps to make a cutting board; transforming a room with LEDs; the best ways to prevent mice.
Lawn care; installing a motorized chandelier lift system; jigsaw.
Reviving a backyard; replacing an inactive door handle with a passage set; the evolution of plumbing.
Installing a storm door; replacing a hybrid water heater; voice recognition technology.
Home message center; adding cable-powered fixtures; carbon monoxide detectors.
Whole house filter for water; creating a backyard patio and granite fire pit; soft and hard wood.
Installing a portable generator to power an entire house; repairing a poorly installed piece of wood floor nosing; dishwasher cycles.
Using cameras to find a problem in a drain pipe; installing an electric convection heater in a bathroom; masking primer.
Creating a planter box with red cedar; 3-D scanner for home interiors; surge protection.
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