Season 38 - The Detroit House Episodes
Kevin, Tommy and Richard tour the completed Russell Woods project, highlighting the major areas of improvement and preservation, and celebrate a job well done with the homeowners and contributors.
Frank and Tamiko bring in the family to start painting. Tommy repairs decorative molding with a putty knife. The fireplace gets a facelift with a new tile surround.
The restored leaded glass bay windows are installed. A heated floor and tile go down in the kitchen. Kevin and Roger explore urban farming in Detroit.
Tommy uses a clever fix for some damaged oak flooring. Mark McCullough repairs the front steps. Kevin heads to a famous Detroit ceramic studio to see how they’ve been making tile for a century.
An exterior wall is installed at the Grandmont Rosedale project. Scott Caron rewires the kitchen in Russell Woods. Richard learns about the Flint water crisis. Tommy prepares for gutters at the house.
Tommy fixes molding with a 3D printer at the Russell Woods project. Frank and Tamiko look at plumbing fixtures in Wisconsin, and Richard tours a factory. Kevin checks on repairs in Grandmont Rosedale.
Tommy helps the family remove peeling paint. Work begins to restore the original leaded stained-glass windows in the living room. Richard learns all about Motown, a major Detroit institution.
Richard checks the plumbing stack at the Russell Woods project and Tommy investigates a leaky parapet. Kevin tours an automaker’s Dearborn estate while a tree threatens the Grandmont Rosedale project.
Kevin meets Detroit’s Mayor about revitalizing neighborhoods. Rehabbed & Ready fixes homes in Grandmont Rosedale for families. Installing an alarm system. Blowing in new insulation from the roof.
Kevin introduces Detroit and describes some of its history. Kevin meets Frank and Tamiko Polk, the homeowners, and assess some of the repairs needed. Frank and Kevin start demo on the roof.
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