Belmont Victorian | It's All About the Beams
Tommy explains to Kevin how he assembles a flitch beam and installs both in the kitchen. Kevin travels to West Virginia to see how laminated veneer lumber is made. Richard discovers a rear-mounted toilet on the 3rd floor and replaces it with a bottom mounted fixture. Kevin heads into the backyard where landscape designer Jenn Nawada shows homeowners Katherine and Murat her ideas for the shade-covered space. The braces come down and the open space is revealed.
This Old House TV Season 37
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- Ch 478This Old House TVComing up on this episode of This Old House Kevin stops by the Grandmont Rosedale project to find the kitchen tile and cabinets installed. He watches as the granite countertops go in. Back in Russell Woods, Tommy works with Josh and Frank to reinstall all of the restored leaded glass bay windows. Now that drywall is up in the kitchen, Frank is ready to install the wood grain tile on the floor. First Josh puts down a decoupling membrane underlayment that supports an electric wire heating system.This Old House TVComing up on This Old House Kevin finds Tom in the backyard of Judith's house meeting with Martín Sanchez, the foundation expert who is preparing to lay new footings for the addition. Out front there is a massive crepe myrtle, a signature ornamental tree in Charleston, but another tree is growing inside of it. Roger meets with arborist Bob Longe to see if the crepe myrtle can be saved.