Inside the Ultimate Remodel

A walk through the Carlisle house project

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Workshop

Ask This Old House

Battling pond algae; leaky casement windows; water-heater repair

Skill Building

Clamp know-how; drying lumber; and other lessons to take home

Norm's Notebook

Caulking a tub surround; clipping nails; drill depth gauge

Features

The Carlisle House

A celebration of This Old House's 25th-anniversary remodel—from start to spectacular showhouse finish—with 21 need-to-know lessons for every homeowner

I Cannot Tell A Lie

Yes, writer Joe Carter cut down the cherry trees in his yard. But with the 500 board feet of wood they yielded, he gave them new life inside his home

Mess Hall...No More

The TOH guide to planning the perfect mudroom

Almost Gone With the Wind

Three seconds of tornado devastated a Maryland couple's 1893 Victorian. Two years of hard work brought it back from ruin

Up on Roofs?

The history of sod-covered houses goes back thousands of years. But today's green roof is a whole other species

Departments

Around the House

Tiny houses; getting rid of junk; latest architectural software; anatomy of a gabled dormer

By Design: Kitchen

A 1924 Craftsman finally gets a kitchen that's in keeping with its architectural style

By Design: Bath

A sink in the shower shaves time off one man's morning prep

Luxuries

Candle-lit lanterns add a warm glow anyplace, anytime

Period Pieces

Weathered stone benches and pots make even new gardens look like they've been around for ages

Home Tech

TV is the newest kitchen appliance

House Calls

An architect's advice for where to put the addition

Paperwork

Homeowner associations can bully you, slap you with fines, even take your house

Upkeep

Belgian block edging keeps the pavement out of your yard

Toolbox

Clamps

How it works

An ultra-maneuverable mower makes short work of big lawns

Homeowner's Handbook

Building a screen door

Sponsored Stories

TV Listings

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