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Relocating the garage and adding a new front porch helps restore an 1891 home’s signature Shingle style.
Traditional architectural details and a more open floor plan combine with the latest energy-saving—and energy-producing—technologies at a new This Old House TV project
With the historical fabric of TOH TV’s latest project house restored, a modern aesthetic reinvents the interior, making the most of the original building materials
This Old House lends a hand on the renovation of an 1840s "single house" in Charleston, South Carolina, with the goal of preserving its unique character while creating a comfortable family home. Here is a preview
After more than 15 years away, homeowner Liz McQuillan Delfino is teaming up with TOH to get the house she grew up in ready for her own family, complete with an in-law suite to welcome extended visits from the grandparents. New episodes start October 6th. Check local listings
Save big bucks while taking advantage of the existing heat in your home. Here’s what you need to know about heat pump water heaters.
From built-in planters to shade-producing pergolas to railings and more, explore innovative decking ideas.
A new evaluation tool looks at more than just green building materials when deciding if a house is energy efficient