Stair Treads, Gas Stove Pipe | Ask TOH
On this episode of Ask This Old House Tom teaches a homeowner how to replace split-level stair treads in his mid-century modern home; Jenn shares some tips about pruners; Richard shortens a gas pipe for a homeowner whose new stove does not fit against the wall because it is getting stuck on the pipe. How to Update Oak Stair Treads and Risers Tom teaches a homeowner how to replace split-level stair treads in his mid-century modern home. Where to find it?
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