Rough Plumbing | The Charleston Houses 2018
Coming up on This Old House Kevin is at the back of the second Charleston project house in the Elliotborough neighborhood, looking at the framing progress. Then he finds Richard inside by the front entrance. Today the plumber, Mike Dolinger, and Richard work on solving the problem of plumbing a 19th-century building. It's design time for Judith and Julia as they figure out how their kitchen should look.
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