Smithies | The Charleston Houses 2018
Coming up on This Old House At the Single House, the columns on the first floor piazza may be as old as the house. They also need a lot of work. Kevin visits the millwork shop in North Charleston where the columns are restored. The homeowners have settled on a design for the iron gate for their driveway. Tommy meets with a student who designed the gate and watches the beginning of its construction.
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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.This Old House TVComing up on This Old House It's the final day for the apprentices on the job site. But first, out in the front yard, Roger shows Kevin an old Norway maple that has seen better days. Damage to the trunk makes it weak and dangerous. A local tree specialist removes the tree. The yard is now opened up to plant new trees. Arborist Eric Roensch prunes the birch tree in order to expose the beautiful bark and to remove branches from the house.