Next Episode of The This Old House Hour is
Season 15 / Episode 21 and airs on 28 April 2017 00:00
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.
Restoring and expanding an early English-style Arts and Crafts home; repairing an old window; robotic mower; lead in drinking water.
The homeowners consider design decisions as walls are demolished and a tree is removed; preventing home fires; replacing a rusty kitchen sink strainer.
New front porch; repairing stucco panels; building a home elevator for a teen who uses a wheelchair; growing vegetable and herb seedlings.
Building a new shed; installing copper on the front porch; trimming windows with a PVC product; transforming a garage into a woodworking shop; plumbing; wireless light switch.
Burying electrical cables; building porch columns; laying a patio; installing kitchen cabinets; changing an entranceway; making wire connections; making mead.
New shingles; radiant tubing; fireplace makeover; malfunctioning hot water radiator; diverter tees; types of handsaws.
A roof detail over a bank of windows; refinished front door; evergreen trees on property edges; rooftop gardening; turning a shed into a hangout; removing ceiling stains.
Using shiplap on the third floor; using reclaimed granite for steps; cutting a marble slab for the kitchen island; touring Nick Offerman's woodworking shop; new technology.
Homeowners plan to renovate a Detroit home by themselves; lawn care; installing a chandelier lift.
Installing a security system and insulation; fixing a faulty ball latch; restoring a yard.
Snaking a camera down a drain to check for damaged pipes; repairing a leaky parapet; installing a storm door; replacing a hybrid water heater.
Removing peeling paint; restoring leaded stained glass windows; creating a home message center; using cable lights to brighten a room.
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