Which home-renovation projects will hold their value down the line? Cambridge, MA, real estate agent and renovation consultant Bruce Irving weighs in.
More than a year after the town was nearly leveled by the most devastating wildfire in California’s history, a special This Old House series takes a look at how the residents of Paradise are rebuilding their homes—and community. Here are some of their stories
We sat down with TOH master carpenter Norm Abram, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook, host Kevin O’Connor, and show creator Russ Morash—those familiar faces shown here—to share memories, find out what they’ve learned over the years, and get an idea of what keeps the hits coming
Most folks may tackle two or three houses in a lifetime. This Old House TV's crew has taken on dozens. What they've discovered over the years is sure to help any home improver.
Creating an ideal canvas for improvement means getting the fundamentals done correctly
The latest TOH project is unlike any other we've tackled in 25 seasons. Built in 1950, this Modern house is tired, leaking, and historic. So, what's worth saving?
A celebration of This Old House's 25th-anniversary remodel—from start to spectacular show-house finish—with more than a score of important lessons for every homeowner
This Old House takes on a classic New England farmstead for its 25th Anniversary project