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On this episode of This Old House Kevin arrives onsite and takes a look at the pre-painted shingles that are going on the house. Inside, a wood stove will go in the corner of the family room. According to code, a nonflammable base is required. Mason Mark McCullough and his team pour a concrete slab and install granite at floor height for the base. At the front porch, Kevin works with apprentice Nathan as he begins to install the fir beadboard ceiling.
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- Ch 478Ask This Old House TVComing up on the next episode of ASK This Old House Tom travels to Pittsburgh to replace a bi-fold closet door with one that is more appropriate for the house; Jenn discusses alternatives to flower bouquets that make great gifts; Mauro paints a bathroom using a mold-resistant paint. How to Recreate the Look of an Antique Closet Door Tom travels to Pittsburgh to replace a bi-fold closet door with one that is more appropriate for the house. Where to find it? This job is best done by two people.Ask This Old House TVComing up on Ask This Old House Mark explains how to make concrete; Tom replaces a broken pane in a basement window; in Future House, Ross travels to NASA Johnson Space Center to learn about the technology they use on the International Space Station to keep the astronauts alive. How to Make Your Own Concrete Mark explains the basics of making concrete. Where to find it? Most concrete can be made using a premixed bag, like the one Mark demonstrated, which is manufactured by Quikrete.