Season 38 - The Arlington Arts & Crafts House Episodes
The Arts and Crafts house in Arlington is near completion and the guys come to take a last look and celebrate with the homeowners. Roger Cook presents the homeowners with a special gift.
Final marble kitchen island installation. Laying giant stones for a fieldstone wall. How radiant floor heating and state of the art air conditioning works. Tommy and Kevin install a dog door.
Installing Shiplap. Laying the second set of steps for a walkway. Mauro Henrique reviews paneling. Marble slab is cut for the kitchen island. A cast stone mantel surrounds the new fireplace.
Tommy assembles the roof. Kevin tries Lazure painting technique. Installing wood paneling in a corner of the living room and refinishing oak veneer. Roger plants screening trees that Emily selected.
Shingling the house. Figuring out window treatments. Radiant floor tubing is installed. Mark repairs the grand living-room fireplace. Tommy and Norm frame up the back deck coming out the side door.
Removing a service pole at the front of the property. Building flared porch columns. A new brick patio. Kitchen cabinets are delivered and installed. Flashing decorative pieces on front gables.
An outdoor yoga shed. Installing a standing-seam copper roof. Trim a window using a PVC product. Richard installs a state-of-the-art boiler. Richard shows advanced, eco-friendly building techniques.
Tommy builds the new Arts and Crafts front porch. Richard travels to the world’s largest underground quarry. Design and color selection. Mark McCullough shows Kevin the lost art of stucco.
A hidden doorway is revealed. The new master bath presents a classic plumbing problem. Creating elaborate cuts with computerized machines. Scott Caron installs a ceiling fan. Arts and Crafts windows.
A custom range hood. The original chimney is demo’ed and Mark McCullough builds a new one. Family room, tile and wood paneling design choices. A new slab floor is coated with a speckled epoxy.
Starting a new chimney. A 100-year-old brick factory. Designing the kitchen of the homeowner’s dreams. Tommy changes the pitch of the two back dormers to match the pitch of the new gable.
Steel beam fabrication and erection on the house. HVAC plans for the second floor. Front porch demo’ed with heavy machinery and new footings for a new porch. Working on the firebox and chimney.
The new concrete foundation is poured. Finding mature specimen trees for the yard. A precast concrete bulkhead is installed. The old rubble foundation gets waterproofed with synthetic rubber spray.
Tommy and Kevin replace a 100-year-old wooden beam with a new steel one. The tank gets removed by a specialist. The old concrete from the foundation get transported to a recycling center.
The design process kicks off. Old plaster walls are carefully demolished. Landscape plans and Roger begins removing the old Silver Maple. Kevin and Tommy bring down the exterior back wall.
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