Season 26 - The Carlisle House
This Old House purchased an 1849 Greek Revival farmhouse in a pastoral suburb of Boston to give it the update it desperately needs, then hands it off to new owners.
Kevin meets millwork specialist Mark White at his showroom that specializes in high-density polyurethane trim
The new foundation at the Carlisle Project won't be arriving in a cement mixer. It will show up on a truck, be installed in less than a day, and stay weather-tight for decades.
A septic tank turns up in a surprising spot, which may mean a bit more digging than we'd planned on.
The new construction at Carlisle consists of foam-core panels that are strong enough to stay put for a century, and solid enough to keep the fuel bills low.
These foam-core panels at Carlisle will stand for a century and keep heating costs down
In Carlisle, we put our newest crew member to the test with a design assignment that was a bit unusual—even for us
How three different designers put their stamp on the Carlisle project house
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
Here’s our best noise reduction tips to help you block out the sounds of busy street traffic and your neighbor’s lawn mower.