Cambridge | Rain Slows Some Progress

  • Original Air Date: December 15, 2005
  • Season 25: Ep. 11
  • 24:13

Landscape contractor Roger Cook shows host Kevin O'Connor Mount Auburn Cemetery— America's first landscaped cemetery, featuring 5,500 trees and many notable graves. Back at the house, general contractor Tom Silva shows Kevin how he's creating a modern look inside by using minimal wood trim around the windows. While the garage slab is poured, landscape contractor Roger Cook starts installing 18 tons of bluestone in the front courtyard. In the kitchen, tile contractor Joe Ferrante shows master carpenter Norm Abram how he's reusing old slate from the front entry to extend the old kitchen floor. Kevin lends Tom a hand building a small deck on the flat roof off the guest suite.

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