Belmont Victorian | Bracing the Basement
Tommy jacks up the basement ceiling with braces and installs a new support to fix the floor. To save a marble tub, Norm disassembles the fixtures for cleaning. Tommy gets beam specifications and explains to Kevin the plan for holding up the back of the house. Richard tours Belmont's 1853 Homer House, which has original plumbing and AC. In the future master bathroom of the project house, Tommy pulls up flooring for patching other areas. Tommy and Kevin finish the basement with new lally columns.
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