Net Zero From the Ground Up | The Jamestown Net-Zero House
Coming up on This Old House Kevin arrives at the project and meets builder Jeff Sweenor. Jeff's concerned about the siding shingles, which appear to be an asbestos cement product overlaid on the original cedar shingles. Special precautions must be taken to remove them. Around the corner, Tommy finds Jeff's crew starting to dig for the new foundation.
Ask This Old House TV Season 40
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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 TVOn this episode of Ask This Old House Mark tests out different tools that collect silica dust more efficiently; Richard shims a wobbly toilet; Kevin heads to the Catskills to build a wooden slice table with Jimmy Diresta, a maker who's famous online for his how-to videos. How to Prevent Silica Dust when Drilling or Grinding Mark tests out different tools that collect silica dust more efficiently. Where to find it?