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On this episode of This Old House The journey of the Vermont marble continues from the cave to the counters. Richard watches as fabricator Roberto Martinez and his crew install the largest piece of marble at the kitchen island. Nothing says New England like a fieldstone wall. Kim, our landscape architect, calls for one that starts in the front yard and bends down along the driveway. Kevin finds Roger and his team laying the first giant stones for the wall.
This Old House TV Season 38
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- Ch 478Ask This Old House TVOn this episode of ASK This Old House Inspiring Rooftop and Small Garden Spaces Landscape designer Jenn Nawada learns about rooftop and small space gardens. For many rooftop gardens, including the rooftop farm Jenn visited, a structural engineer should be consulted and the extra weight of the garden should be factored in to the building's design. One way to help with weight is using expanded or "puffed" shale in the soil mix.Ask This Old House TVComing up on this episode of Ask This Old House A homeowner has never tiled before, so Tom teaches her how using a simple technique; Richard demonstrates a wireless leak detector that prevents floods; Jenn installs a water feature that collects and reuses rainwater. How to Install a Simple Tile Backsplash Tom teaches a homeowner a simple technique for tiling backsplash. Where to find it?