Now and Then
Track five project houses from the TV crew's renovation to the homeowner's follow-up
A turreted Victorian and its owner return to their roots. By John Marchese
An inglenook is just made for fireside chats. By Joe Carter
Energy-recovery ventilators replace bad air with good. By Zachary Gaulkin
A built-in aquarium brings exotic marine life into the home. By Jordan Reed
Prefinished plywood goes down fast - and lasts. By Max Alexander
These tools make snow and ice removal a snap. By Jordan Reed
Investing more up front can pay off in lower future costs. By Anne Krueger
How to remove a stain from a stone countertop. By Louis Jarvis
The windows, walls, and ceilings of the Charlestown TV project get worked over. By Jefferson Kolle
The TV show's brain trust weighs in on the future of home construction. By Alexandra Bandon
An all-in-the-family cottage renovation in Chautauqua, New York. By Nancy Gibbs
Tom Silva does a plumb job putting up a prehung door. By Charles Wardell
We catch up with five former This Old House project houses and show you how they've changed. By Joe Carter
Pruning rules and tools to keep your trees and shrubs in good shape. By Jeff Cox
These indispensable items let you get a grip, whatever the task. By John Riha
Our Master Carpenter and Steve meet some international This Old House fans.
An expert cook builds a kitchen fit for a pro.
Walnut cabinet wisdom, concrete floor corrections, and paint pointers.
Steve talks about what drives innovation in home renovation.