Belmont Victorian | The Kitchen Came Tumbling Down
Kevin visits the house to see Roger and Katherine taking inventory of plants they hope to save. Tommy explains the plan for the kitchen/dining area. An architectural historian gives Norm a tour of Belmont's varied Victorian home styles, and they revisit the 1993 Belmont project. Tommy inspects open walls to determine how to provide structural support. Norm sees the repair of the window pulley systems. A salvage expert collects usable items removed during demolition, including a hidden staircase.
This Old House TV Season 37
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- Ch 478This Old House TVOn this episode of This Old House Kevin arrives onsite and takes a look at the pre-painted shingles that are going on the house. Inside, a wood stove will go in the corner of the family room. According to code, a nonflammable base is required. Mason Mark McCullough and his team pour a concrete slab and install granite at floor height for the base. At the front porch, Kevin works with apprentice Nathan as he begins to install the fir beadboard ceiling.Ask This Old House Season 14Tom and Kevin head to Montana to build an accessible home gym for a Navy SEAL injured in Afghanistan. Master electrician for Ask TOH Scott Caron helps a homeowner replace a broken doorbell chime. Richard explains PVC pipe terminology.