Kevin learns how quartz countertops are made and helps to install one; Richard repairs a hot water shutoff valve in order to replace a kitchen sink faucet; Nathan upgrades kitchen cabinets to soft-close.
Tom Silva travels to Chicago to transform a garage into a woodworking shop; Richard Trethewey travels to Akron, Ohio to install a heater for a garage workshop; Tom and Kevin O’Connor build a tool storage shelf.
Tom travels to Colorado to help a couple build a swing set. Then, Jenn travels to Raleigh to build a self-watering vegetable garden, and Mark helps a homeowner build a fire pit that comes in a kit.
Not all landscape projects require starting from scratch. In this special episode, Jenn helps a few homeowners decide which plants can stay, which should go, and which ones just need a little TLC.
Nathan builds a display case to store his grandfather’s U.S. flag, and Heath replaces a circuit breaker. Then, the team shares the ways their trades were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kevin and Tom travel to Montana to set up an accessible home gym for a Navy SEAL veteran. Mauro shares how to select the right paint color, and Mark updates a fireplace with a stacked stone veneer.
Richard installs a shutoff valve for washing machine supply hoses. Ross and Heath discuss the progression of EV chargers. Then, Jenn discusses ornamental grasses, and Nathan helps a homeowner repair her deck.
Richard and Nathan retrofit a new dishwasher into an old kitchen. Jenn explains the purposes for different types of mulch, and Tom and Kevin make a French rolling pin.
Heath Eastman performs an electrical inspection, and the team shares more Home Inspection Nightmares. Then, Tom helps two homeowners meticulously restore their antique front door using a variety of techniques.
Jenn Nawada explains how to care for echinaceas, and Mark McCullough explains how to cut stone with a saw and chisel. Then, Richard Trethewey replaces a kitchen sink and faucet, while Tom Silva helps a homeowner wrap up a few kitchen projects.