Powering Net Zero |The Jamestown Net-Zero House
Coming up on This Old House Kevin tours the outside of the 1920s Jamestown bungalow, which will become a net-zero home, and the new barn, which will soon hold the solar panels to bring the house to net zero. Inside he meets up with Tommy as plastering is underway. In the northeast, many contractors still use plaster on blue board, but the rest of the country mainly uses drywall for hanging walls.
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- Ch 478Ask This Old House Season 14Tom trims a coat closet to include a shelf and hanger pole and then installs a pre-hung door. Richard explains why a toilet may be leaking. And Scott gives an old Philadelphia church a new look with an outdoor wall sconce.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?