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On this episode of This Old House Kevin reviews the progress being made upstairs. Most of the new work is at the back of the house. In the master suite, it's almost time to tile the bathroom. Foam board is put on the walls and floor to receive the tiles with thinset. Tommy shows Kevin how he builds a shower bench made out of the same 2-inch and thinner foam board. Then they run electric radiant wire to heat the seat. Our plumbing crew is installing new gas lines.
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