Season 36 - The Charlestown 2014 House Episodes
Kevin tests the new electronics. Richard shows Angela the induction stove. Norm sees the mechanical room and the changes to the guest room, bath, and living room. Kevin checks out the outdoor kitchen.
Tom builds a hidden door to the basement. A new fence is installed. Richard meets a homeowner turning a lighthouse into a summer home. Norm and Tom restore the old exterior. A marble mantel is fitted.
Tom upgrades the front door before he and Kevin install wainscoting and copper roofing. Norm visits a city archaeologist. A tile contractor makes a feature wall insert in the master shower.
Roger visits a community garden while Richard roughs in fireplace units. Norm and Tom add details to the window trim. Mauro Henrique paints the exterior window trim and puts up samples for the door.
Richard sees the last wooden whaling ship in the world. Norm sees the progress on the dormer. Brick veneer is fitted to the bump out. Kevin drops by a kitchen designer. Norm and Tom install shutters.
Richard gets up close and personal with one of Charlestown’s most iconic structures: the Zakim Bridge. Tom shows Kevin how he’ll have to modify the old chimney for the new gas fireplace units, and they see the framing of the new bump out for the breakfast area.
Tom solves bowing in the roof. Richard shows Kevin the rough plumbing. Tom helps get LVLs fastened in place. Norm revisits the old Charlestown house. Tom opens up the back wall for the new bump out.
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