Season 39 - The Charleston Houses Episodes
The iron gate is fitted at the Charleston Single House. Kevin, Tom, and Richard tour the renovations. Richard visits the Elliotborough project for updates. The completion of the project is celebrated.
The pergola goes up. Ross looks at smart home technology. A local craftsman puts the finishing touches on a dining table. Richard checks out the HVAC plan while repointing starts on the fireplaces.
Charleston boasts a colorful housing stock. Judith decides on a siding color for the Elliotborough project. Kevin meets her and a design expert in a neighborhood famous for house colors, Rainbow Row.
The old piazza columns get restored. The iron gate is made by blacksmith students at a local college. Lights are selected for an old house. New siding mixes with old to meet historic district codes.
Richard works on plumbing at the Elliotborough house while Kevin meets a kitchen designer. The porch gets assessed. A floor goes down at the single house. Tommy and Mark snake wires through a wall.
Kevin meets a lumberjack. Tommy watches how pipes are disguised, and Richard seeks out places for HVAC equipment. Kevin learns about Single Houses. A crepe myrtle gets pruned and Tommy talks termites.
A foundation starts while Roger tries to save a crepe myrtle. Kevin visits Fort Sumter. The single house mantel and windows get restored and the old kitchen house gets connected to the main house.
An old fireplace houses a new stove. Tommy discusses using interior casework with exposed brick. Roger tours hidden gardens. Demolition continues while Tommy and Judith look at flooring options.
Demo starts on the Charleston projects. Judith talks planting options with Roger, who visits a suitable nursery. Kevin tours the American College of the Building Arts. Richard goes privy diving.
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