Ask TOH | Spitting Faucet, Painting 101
On this episode of Ask This Old House Richard diagnoses and repairs a water system with air in it; in Open House, Tom analyzes a staircase that is not to code; Mauro makes a house call to teach a homeowner the basics of painting a room. Solving a Spitting Faucet Mystery Richard diagnoses and repairs a water system with air in it. Where to find it? Richard used a ball valve with the handle removed as a flow restrictor, which can be found at home centers and plumbing supply stores.
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- Ch 478Ask This Old House TVComing up on Ask This Old House Mark installs a metal railing using anchoring cement; in Open House, Richard weighs the pros and cons of steam heat; Tom demonstrates the correct way to replace a cracked kitchen floor tile. How to Turn Scrap Wood into Kindling Roger, Jenn and Kevin try out a tool that easily splits kindling. Where to find it? Roger and Jenn tested out the Kindling Cracker. How to Install a Metal Railing Mark installs a custom metal railing using anchoring cement.This Old House TVOn this episode of This Old House At the Russell Woods project, Tommy uses a clever fix for some damaged oak flooring in the living room. Frank and Tamiko meet with Jerusha Kaffine, a local kitchen designer, to see her plan. Mark McCullough joins the crew in Detroit to repair the front steps, and then new gutters go up. Kevin visits a nearby pottery to see how they've been making tile for a century. Then he heads to the Grandmont-Rosedale neighborhood to show the progress.