Looking for the best patio doors? The window-door hybrid has never looked—or performed—better. Here’s how to find the right ones for your house and budget.
Built in 1891, the gracious Shingle-style house had welcomed more than a century of family gatherings. Revived and improved during a nine-month renovation documented by TOH TV, it stands ready for its current owners to add their own chapter to its history
This Old House takes a dated ranch to new heights, with an all-new second story and family-friendly, free-flowing living spaces downstairs.
TOH TV gets to work on a dated 1949 ranch house in Westerly, Rhode Island, growing it into a gambrel-roofed two-story with plenty of room for a young family
For decades now, Richard Trethewey has been cleaving plumbing parts in two in order to reveal their inner workings
A simple gray box built in the 1950s transforms into a stunning, spacious home for a young family, thanks to a pair of six-sided additions and plenty of clean-lined finishes inside
This Old House’s 40th television season continues as the team tackles a boxy, shed-roofed mid-century modern house that presents plenty of challenges. Have a look at the jobsite
This Old House launched its Generation NEXT initiative to shine a light on the urgent need for young people to enter the building trades. Here, we share high points of our work to date—and how we’re continuing the effort to close the skills gap
As the Powers family moves into their renovated 1920s bungalow, it’s too early to tell if its energy-saving technologies and energy-producing systems will meet the net-zero ideal. But one thing’s certain: It’s great to be home. Explore our 40th-anniversary house project right here. MISSED THE REVEAL EPISODE ON PBS? You can watch it on demand right here at thisoldhouse.com