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S21 E16: Wetlands, Foundation Painting
Jenn and a specialist discuss wetlands; Ask This Old House spotlights general contractor Zack Dettmore; Ross demonstrates how IAQ testing works; Mauro paints a concrete foundation.
S21 E15: Shed Organization, Pea Stone Walkway
Nathan heads to Texas to help a mom organize her shed; Richard stresses the value of a furnace service call; Mark boosts confidence in homeowners; then, he installs a pea stone walkway.
S21 E14: Dimmer Switch Troubleshooting, Clothes Rack
Jenn shares why she loves bringing her dog to work; Heath helps a homeowner troubleshoot a strobing dimmer switch; Ross explains the benefits of smart bath ventilation; Tom builds a DIY clothes rack.
S21 E13: Fire Pit, Window Restoration
Tom and a window restoration specialist repair an 1880s window; Mauro talks through different interior paint finishes and their uses; Jenn and Mark help a homeowner in Georgia install a firepit.
Volunteer Day 1: Meet the Homeowner
Host Kevin O’Connor takes us to Dorchester, Massachusetts to partner with Rebuilding Together Boston in helping a very special homeowner.
Volunteer Day 2: Demolition and Patio Prep
The Ask team gets to work at the Rebuilding Together Boston job site, removing the old deck with surgical precision while also preparing the corner of the lot for a beautiful brick patio.
Volunteer Day 3: Framing and Landscaping
Host Kevin O’Connor takes us back to the Rebuilding Together Boston job site to rebuild the deck while also giving the yard some fresh new landscaping.
Volunteer Day 4: Completion
The crew and an army of volunteers fight the rain to bring the Rebuilding Together Boston project to completion.
S21 E12: Neighbors Helping Neighbors
The Ask This Old House team partners with Rebuilding Together Boston to gather volunteers, repair a homeowner’s deck, construct a new patio, and install landscape lighting and plantings.
How to Babyproof Your Home
Nathan Gilbert, Mauro Henrique, and Heath Eastman help a homeowner prepare their home for their baby’s future, keeping them safe from serious hazards like poisons, electricity, and falls.