Detroit | A Mason Steps Up
On this episode of This Old House At the Russell Woods project, Tommy uses a clever fix for some damaged oak flooring in the living room. Frank and Tamiko meet with Jerusha Kaffine, a local kitchen designer, to see her plan. Mark McCullough joins the crew in Detroit to repair the front steps, and then new gutters go up. Kevin visits a nearby pottery to see how they've been making tile for a century. Then he heads to the Grandmont-Rosedale neighborhood to show the progress.
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- Ch 478Ask This Old House TVComing up on the next episode of ASK This Old House Mark replaces a concrete walkway with brick pavers; Richard explains how gas piping is installed in a home; Kevin returns to upstate New York to build a farmhouse table with maker Jimmy DiResta. How to Replace a Concrete Walkway Mark replaces a concrete walkway with brick pavers. Where to find it? Depending on the size of the walkway, Mark suggests that it's easier to break apart the concrete using a pickax and a sledgehammer.This Old House TVComing up on This Old House With seven different levels, mid-century modern homes have no shortage of stairs. Kevin finds Tommy figuring out how many risers are needed for stairs going from the new living room to a loft. In the basement, demo has exposed the old concrete foundation walls on the ground floor. Kevin finds Tommy starting to insulate those walls. He uses a lightweight foam system with studs and channels for electric wires built into foam.