These This Old House videos showcase all of our fireplace projects, how-tos, and designs.
In this DIY Smarts project, Ask This Old House mason Mark McCullough replaces a homeowner’s sloppy fireplace surround with a clean, thin brick veneer.
Ask This Old House mason Mark McCullough replaces a chipped brick in a fireplace surround.
Ask This Old House mason Mark McCullough teaches apprentice Krysten how to reface a granite fireplace
Ask This Old House mason Mark McCullough explains what to understand when buying a home with a wood burning fireplace
DIY Expert & House One editor Jenn Largesse installs tile on her fireplace and surround.
Creating a safe wood-burning fireplace with This Old House host Kevin O'Connor
Upgrade your old wood burning fireplace with a more convenient gas fireplace insert.
Install a wood stove insert to increase efficiency and heat output from your fireplace.
Ferrying firewood to the hearth just got a lot easier with this durable cart.
Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva and landscape contractor Jenn Nawada split firewood using a variety of techniques.
A new soapstone wood burning stove gets installed in the family room.
Ask This Old House mason Mark McCullough travels to Chicago to install a wood mantel on a homeowner’s 1980s contemporary fireplace.
Ask This Old House mason Mark McCullough replaces a common terra cotta hearth with slate tile.
Ask This Old House mason Mark McCullough demonstrates the best way to build a fire in order to prevent smoke from filling up the room
Ask This Old House host Kevin O'Connor walks through the best options for home fireplaces
This Old House general contractor Tom Silva helps a homeowner build a custom fireplace mantel
This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook shares tools and techniques for quickly, safely splitting firewood
Renovating an old, unsafe chimney with an easy-to-install stainless steel liner
This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows how to beautify an old, ugly brick fireplace
Lightweight cast stones add rustic charm to any hearth, for a fraction of the cost of the real thing. In this video, senior technical editor Mark Powers shows how easy it is to dress up your fireplace