Carlisle | Shutting Out the Cold

  • Original Air Date: February 05, 2005
  • Season 24: Ep. 18
  • 24:38

Despite freezing temperatures, landscape contractor Roger Cook lays down sod in the front yard. Inside the Carlisle farmstead, plastering contractor Stephen Norton gives host Kevin O'Connor a lesson in the fine art of plastering. In the lower driveway, master carpenter Norm Abram finds garage door specialist Keith Tate and installer Dave Ferguson finishing up the installation of the custom garage doors. Then, Norm travels to upstate New York to meet architect Gil Schafer for a look at a new house that was designed to feel like a period Greek Revival. Back in Carlisle, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shows Kevin the new radiant floor heating system going down in the barn.

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