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The first half hour of The This Old House Hour continues from the series "This Old House". The second half hour continues from the series "Ask This Old House". Both half hours air all-new scenes not shown on the original shows and features host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, and landscape contractor Roger Cook as they address home maintenance and repair questions. Also featured are in-studio demonstrations, new product reviews, "house call" visits, and guest specialists, including master carpenter Norm Abram.
A new project on an 1895 Victorian in Belmont, Mass., begins; sprucing up a school garden; installing a whole house fan.
Saving plants; demolition begins; Victorian detail tour; repairing window pulleys; using a chainsaw; improving an electrical connection to a garage.
Replacing lally columns; Homer House tour; salvaging a hardwood floor; patching up a pothole in the driveway; nightstand project.
Installing flitch beams; tour of a laminated veneer lumber factory; rear-mounted toilet; landscape plan; trip to Germany.
Framing the front porch; ductwork; Brimfield Fair, an outdoor antique show; furnishings.
Mudroom framing; exterior paint colors; clawfoot tub refinishing; keeping a baby out of harm's way; preventing a kitchen disaster.
Front porch flooring; Victorian light fixtures; modern hearths; solutions and preparations for winter; Jim Cantore.
Custom mudroom window; interior paint colors; transforming a patch of grass into a driveway; coffee table.
Arched gable shingles; custom floor cloth; building a treehouse; replacing a pedestal sink; fixing an outdoor light.
Building a treehouse; refurbished windows; wainscoting; transforming a kitchen's color; rickety staircase.
Plant revival; the treehouse is revealed; replacing a front door deadbolt with a lock controlled by Bluetooth.
Historical texture is added to the master suite; and the end of the project reveals a new Victorian front porch, restored windows, relaxing master suite, functional living space and open kitchen. In the second half: maple syrup is made; a backyard chicken coop is built; and the value of USB outlets is discussed.
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