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Norm builds a ladder for the tree house while Tommy lays the decking and Kevin installs balusters. Mauro shows Kevin how to prep the 120-year-old shingles for a fresh coat of paint. Tommy installs a new storm window and the original refurbished ones. Tommy puts the finishing touches on a custom trellis he made for the mudroom bumpout with custom molding for the front entryway wainscoting. Using reclaimed wood from the second floor, Tommy patches the parquet flooring in the entryway.
This Old House TV Season 37
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- Ch 478This 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.This Old House TVComing up on this episode of This Old House Kevin stops by the Grandmont Rosedale project to find the kitchen tile and cabinets installed. He watches as the granite countertops go in. Back in Russell Woods, Tommy works with Josh and Frank to reinstall all of the restored leaded glass bay windows. Now that drywall is up in the kitchen, Frank is ready to install the wood grain tile on the floor. First Josh puts down a decoupling membrane underlayment that supports an electric wire heating system.