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How to Plaster Blue Board

Tom Silva shows Kevin O'Connor the differences between drywall installation and plastering over blue board

How To Install a Window | Generation NEXT

Jeff Sweenor teaches the apprentices how to install a window

How Prefabricated Foundation Walls Are Poured and Installed

Kevin visits a manufacturer in Pennsylvania that makes custom insulated wall panels, the foundation wall panels arrive and are placed


How to Create a House HVAC Plan

Richard Trethewey demonstrates heat loss and gain to design a balanced HVAC system.


How to Install Wood Shingles | This Old House

Tom Silva shows the apprentices how to properly install wood shingles

Jamestown Net-Zero House | 360° Interactive Tour

Explore the 1920s bungalow featured in TOH’s 40th-anniversary season. Pan around this interactive virtual experience and click hot spots to learn more about the products and materials used to complete this Net-Zero remodel.

Design Details at the Jamestown Net-Zero House

How a husband-and-wife tag team—interior designer Dana Powers and architect Don Powers—succeeded in achieving a superefficient, net-zero home with a clean, comfortable ambience, cozy furnishings, and Scandinavian-inspired appeal

Jamestown Net-Zero House Reveal

As the Powers family moves into their renovated 1920s bungalow, it’s too early to tell if its energy-saving technologies and energy-producing systems will meet the net-zero ideal. But one thing’s certain: It’s great to be home. Explore our 40th-anniversary house project right here. MISSED THE REVEAL EPISODE ON PBS? You can watch it on demand right here at

Behind the Scenes: Jamestown mudroom

A narrow corridor is pressed into service at the Net-Zero house

40th-Anniversary Season Premiere | The Jamestown Net-Zero House

This season's project merges old-house charm with futuristic efficiency. Revisit the season premiere as we ramp up for the big renovation reveal


Better Bedding at the TOH TV Net-Zero Jamestown Project, sponsored by Saatva

Homeowner/architect Don Powers tells us why he selected Saatva’s eco-friendly mattresses for his family.

Sneak Peek: Jamestown Net-Zero House

In this season's first project house, the library's in the hallway

Kevin's Photo Albums | Getting Started in Jamestown

Our first big undertaking in Jamestown is installing the foundation for the addition on this 1920s Net-Zero bungalow. Welcome to Season 40 of This Old House! Check local listings to find us on PBS in your town

Sneak Peek at the 40th-Anniversary Season of This Old House

As we got started working on the Jamestown Net-Zero House, we met with an old adversary: ASBESTOS!

Sneak Peek: Jamestown Induction Methods

At the Net-Zero house, they’re cooking without gas

Insiders Celebrate at the Jamestown Wrap Party

Our guests got to check out the Jamestown Net-Zero House—and be part of their favorite show! See photos from the party here and scroll down to watch the video of our TOH Livestream of the event

Jamestown Net-Zero House: Little Green Giant

Traditional architectural details and a more open floor plan combine with the latest energy-saving—and energy-producing—technologies at a new This Old House TV project

Kevin's Photo Album | Introducing the Jamestown Net-Zero Team

TOH TV host Kevin O'Connor introduces you to the newest crew members and homeowners in Jamestown, Rhode Island. Tune in for the brand-new 40th-anniversary season of TOH on PBS. Check local listings

Behind the Scenes: Jamestown

At the TOH TV project house, communication takes a highly personal form

Sneak Peek: Jamestown Solar Plan

What it takes to create a utility-bill-free lifestyle

Behind the Scenes: Jamestown Porch

The Net Zero house gets a handsome place to sit a spell

Jamestown Net-Zero House

Meet Our Jamestown Generation NEXT Apprentices, Mary and Kevin

Mary McGuire Smith and Kevin Barker applied to our Generation NEXT Casting Call and nailed it! You'll see them on the 40th-anniversary season of This Old House on PBS

Sneak Peek: Next Season/Jamestown, RI

Get a really early look at one of next season’s projects