Ask TOH | Walkway, Mead, Wiring
Coming up on this week's episode of ASK This Old House Roger rips up an old, dangerous walkway to replace it with bluestone. Scott explains the best wire nuts to use for each project. Kevin gets a lesson on making mead. How to Build a Bluestone Walkway Roger replaces an old fieldstone walkway with bluestone. Where to find it? Roger used natural cleft bluestone cut from a quarry to lay down for the walkway, which can be purchased from a stone supplier.
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