Season 14 - The Lexington Ranch Episodes
S14 E20: The Lexington Ranch
Steve and Norm arrive with the entertainment center. Tom installs prefabricated cherry-veneer panelling. Don Martini shows Steve the security system. The crew and homeowners unite for the wrap party.
S14 E19: The Lexington Ranch
Jeff Hosking and crew install a floating strip floor system, while Norm continues work on the entertainment center at the workshop. Tom is installing maple stair treads.
S14 E18: The Lexington Ranch
Steve visits an iron fabrication shop to see how the front railings are being put together. Roger Cook plants pre-owned tree. Norm trims out a dormer window.
S14 E17: The Lexington Ranch
Lighting designer Melissa Guenet gives Steve a tour of the lights going into the new great room and kitchen. Norm works on the carcass and inlaid panels of the Igoes’ new entertainment center.
S14 E16: The Lexington Ranch
Steve arrives on site to find the granite steps installed but Herb Brockert’s grading work in the backyard halted by the snow. Norm puts in the columns at the front entrance.
S14 E15: The Lexington Ranch
Steve finds Tom Silva installing the doors. Tom shows the process of installing french doors.
S14 E14: The Lexington Ranch
Steve arrives and they talk about the debate over a doorway in the library. Norm goes to view a fire test.
S14 E13: The Lexington Ranch
om Worth gives Steve an update on the layout. Inside, Rich Trethewey shows Steve the plastic tubing that has made rough plumbing proceed quickly.
S14 E12: The Lexington Ranch
Roger Hopkins is at work on the new landscaping. Norm and Tom Silva struggle to make the mitred corners on the redwood clapboards match up.
S14 E11: The Lexington Ranch
Tom Silva and Norm prepare an opening to accept a new window. Steve discusses various parts of the library’s design, and we see how mason Lenny Belleveau built the library’s fireplace.
S14 E10: The Lexington Ranch
The timber trusses are craned into place in the new addition, with stressed-skin panels following to form the new roof. Norm and Steve examine the architectural shingles that are going on the new roof.
S14 E9: The Lexington Ranch
Landscape architect Tom Wirth visits the site and accepts the challenge of reworking the approach to the house’s front entrance. Norm Abram visits timber-framer Tedd Benson.
S14 E8: The Lexington Ranch
Homeowner Jan Igoe gives Steve a tour of the developing spaces inside this old house. Norm shows Steve how he is attaching closet sills to the concrete floor.
S14 E7: The Lexington Ranch
With the roof demolished, Tom Silva and crew begin to deck over the new second floor. Norm and architect Rick Bechtel discuss plans for the new front entrance.
S14 E6: The Lexington Ranch
Lumber arrives on the site, and mason Lenny Belleveau applies a hard cement coating to the above-grade portion of the styrofoam foundation forms.
S14 E5: The Lexington Ranch
Arborist Matt Foti and crew remove a large swamp maple from the site. Tom Silva takes Steve to see another, simpler ranch expansion he did in a nearby town.
S14 E4: The Lexington Ranch
Norm and Tom discuss laying down fiberboard to protect the house’s oak floors during construction. Tom tracks down Rich Trethewey to find out how he plans to heat the new addition.
S14 E3: The Lexington Ranch
Architect Graham Gund reveals his plans for the Igoes’ ranch, using a model and drawings. Steve takes viewers back to London to see Jeremy and Carla Vogler in their now-complete flat.
S14 E2: The Lexington Ranch
Norm investigates a new style of insulated concrete foundation forms. Architect Graham Gund takes Steve to look at a house he designed in MA.
S14 E1: The Lexington Ranch
Steve and Norm, joined by Richard Trethewey and Tom Silva, head to Lexington, MA to expand a ranch house.