Season 37 - The Belmont Victorian House Episodes
Roger finishes the landscape. Tommy makes disguised PVC floor registers. Richard installs the storm windows. The house is revealed, and everyone celebrates the renovated home.
Norm and Tommy build a divider for storage. Richard reviews the mechanical systems. A special primer is used in the kitchen. Kevin learns about window treatments. Tommy goes through his punch list.
Roger replants the trees and shrubs. The backyard and treehouse are completed. Norm meets a craftsman who carves newel posts. Tommy and Kevin install kitchen cabinets. The marble countertop is fitted.
Norm builds a ladder for the tree house while Tommy lays decking, and Kevin fits balusters. The shingles are prepped for paint. Tommy fits a storm window, finishes the mudroom, and patches flooring.
Tommy finishes the front porch. Kevin visits Vermont to see an artisan create a custom floorcloth for the kitchen. Tommy builds the porch railings. Kevin builds a tree house for the kids.
Tommy makes a mudroom-porch window. The homeowners select paint. Tommy clads the porch piers in shingles. Marble tile is laid in the master bath. Tommy builds floors in the kitchen and master suite.
Tom Silva lays the front at the Belmont Victorian. Katherine selects lighting fixtures while Tommy solves the ice dam issue. A gas fireplace and shingles are installed.
Kevin O'Connor and the homeowners look at samples of the Belmont Victorian exterior paint scheme. The tub is restored. An electrician wires the new master suite, and Tommy makes new molding.
Kevin O'Connor and Katherine look at antiques for the Belmont Victorian. HVAC expert Brian Palen snakes ductwork through the house. Tommy frames the porch and shows Kevin how he built the stairs.
Richard creates an HVAC plan. An excavation crew replaces a water line and brick is laid for the porch. Tommy protects the mudroom against moisture and critters, while the homeowners pick a bathroom.
The mudroom foundation is laid. Tommy builds a custom bay window. Norm watches window restoration. Tommy puts in another beam to open up the front entryway.
Porch piers are fitted, and the homeowners explore kitchen cabinet options. Tommy vacuums the old insulation while Norm resizes a door for the kids’ bath.
Flitch beams are installed. Kevin tours the Laminated Veneer Lumber Factory. Richard finds a rear-mounted toilet and the homeowners formulate a landscape plan.
Rotten lally columns are replaced; Richard takes a tour of the Homer House and its original air conditioning and pluming. The hardwood floors are salvaged.
Roger saves plants before demolition. Norm tours Belmont's Victorian homes. Tommy provides structural support for open walls. Norm helps repair the window pulley systems. A hidden staircase is found.
A new project begins in Belmont, MA with a focus on salvage and restoration. The homeowners plan to revive their 1895 Victorian with a new front porch, refurbished windows, and an open kitchen.
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