Belmont Victorian | Victorian 2.0
Kevin meets Richard in the basement and learns about the plan to keep the existing boiler but add a ducted system and a condenser for air conditioning. Tommy's excavation crew replaces an old water line at the front of the house. Kevin learns how mason Mark McCullough lays brick for new porch piers. Kevin finds Tommy pouring a concrete "rat slab" to protect the mudroom from moisture and critters. Richard visits the tile showroom where homeowner Katherine makes final selections for the bathrooms.
This Old House TV Season 37
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- Ch 478Ask This Old House TVOn this episode of Ask This Old House Not so tasty - See Richard help a homeowner improve her drinking water with a whole house filter. Jenn Nawada creates a backyard sanctuary with a patio and granite fire pit. Watch Tom explain the differences between soft and hard wood. How to Install a Whole House Water Filter Richard improves the taste and odor of municipal drinking water with a whole house filtration system that includes a sediment filter and a granulated activated carbon filter.Ask 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.