Belmont Victorian | Opening the Entry
Kevin meets a mason as he lays blocks for the mudroom foundation. Tommy builds a custom bay window for the kitchen. Norm visits the shop where the original windows are restored. Tommy teaches Kevin to use a Dutchman's patch to cover the holes left from abandoned electrical outlets in baseboards. Kevin meets homeowners Katherine and Murat at the Boston Design Center to discuss plans for the formal living room. Kevin finds Tommy putting in another beam to open up the front entryway.
This Old House TV Season 37
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