Detroit | Stained Glass Revival
Coming 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.
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- Ch 478This Old House TVComing up on This Old House When this house was built, asbestos was still considered a miracle material and it was used in a lot of different building projects. Now that it's common knowledge how dangerous it is, Tom works with demolition expert Ron Peik to safely identify the materials in the house that used asbestos and remove them. Charlie introduces Kevin and Tom to the new apprentices, Erick and Carly, and they begin removing the old doors and windows from the house.This Old House TVComing up on This Old House Doors are hung, floors are going down; it's time for finishing touches. Kevin finds Shawn McEvoy and his team installing a closet organization system in the master bedroom. Our apprentice Carly's next lesson is installing a modern baseboard. Her teacher: the master Tom Silva. The master bath has a unique drain in the wall. Kevin gets Mark Ferrante and Kevin Bilo to show him how magnets create the illusion of a hidden drain.