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Coming up on the next episode of This Old House When the dining room floor was demoed, the crew found a subfloor made of old-growth timbers. The homeowners and Charlie Silva have an idea for reusing those timbers as a sliding barn-type door for the new pantry. Kevin finds Charlie in his shop working on the door and gives him a hand. Training is a big part of the process for Generation Next.
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