Norm Revisits a Skylight | Brookline Mid-century Modern House
Coming up on This Old House The homeowners want living space in the basement. To clear the space of lally columns, Tommy, Charlie, Kevin and the apprentices install a steel beam. A sleek, modern kitchen with lots of glass means limited options for electrical wall outlets. Kevin finds Sunil working with electrician Heath Eastman to decide where receptacles can and must go. The flat Mid-Century Modern roof lends itself to a rubber surface.
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- Ch 478Ask This Old House Season 14Tom and Kevin head to Montana to build an accessible home gym for a Navy SEAL injured in Afghanistan. Master electrician for Ask TOH Scott Caron helps a homeowner replace a broken doorbell chime. Richard explains PVC pipe terminology.This Old House Season 37Erik Kaminski finishes the staircase with a maple newel post. Kevin works with landscape architect Kim Turner to connect a reproduction antique light fixture to a granite lamppost. Richard shows the systems for getting water from the well. Scott Caron shows how the backup generator is installed. Electrician Heath Eastman shows Kevin how to install the crown jewel of the cupola: a reproduction lantern. Roger finds Kim in front of the house, turning the muddy pit into a beautiful front yard.