Belmont Victorian | Inside-Out Restoration
Roger replants the trees and shrubs he saved. Landscape designer Jennifer Nawada finishes the backyard. Norm visits an old-school craftsman who carves two newel posts to match the original on the main staircase. Kevin helps Tommy install the kitchen cabinets. The marble countertop is cleaned and installed in the new powder room. Upstairs, the refinished claw-foot tub finds its new home in the master bath. After a big team effort, the tree house is ready for the kids to enjoy.
This Old House TV Season 37
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- Ch 478Ask This Old House TVComing up on Ask This Old House Mark installs a metal railing using anchoring cement; in Open House, Richard weighs the pros and cons of steam heat; Tom demonstrates the correct way to replace a cracked kitchen floor tile. How to Turn Scrap Wood into Kindling Roger, Jenn and Kevin try out a tool that easily splits kindling. Where to find it? Roger and Jenn tested out the Kindling Cracker. How to Install a Metal Railing Mark installs a custom metal railing using anchoring cement.This Old House TVOn 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.