A Charleston Family House is Reborn | The Jamestown Net-Zero House
Coming up on This Old House New apprentices Mary McGuire Smith and Kevin Barker join the team in Jamestown as the roof goes up. Kevin gets a chance to chat with both of them as they strap on tool belts and get to work. The homeowners have designed numerous kitchens over the years, so they already have a good idea of what they like. They visit a cabinet showroom to finalize their plans. Jeff and the apprentices replace a rotted sill beam with a new pressure-treated one.
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