Great Fall Projects
When it's time to improve a house, get moving on projects like hanging clapboard, reseeding the lawn, and protecting wood
Plants flourish year-round in a greenhouse.By Francesca Lyman
Home networks let multiple computers surf the 'Net.By Ian Austen
Borates help protect wood from insects and rot.By Jeanne Huber
A built-in hutch adds old-world storage to the kitchen.By Nancy Steadman
Carts to bear the brunt of any load.By Clayton DeKorne
How to keep tabs on your escrow account.By Karen Cheney
Roger Cook reseeds a lawn's bald spots. By Erica Sanders
Renovating a farmhouse, two days at a time.By Diane Di Costanzo
Tom Silva's step-by-step method for hanging clapboard to keep it level and watertight. By Charles Wardell
The TV show's Manchester house gets a new look crafted from parts of its past. By Jefferson Kolle
A man-made waterfall crafted of hand-picked stone brings nature right up to the patio.By Tom Connor
Moving a house takes jacks, saws, and cranes, as well as beams —and nerves—of steel. By Max Alexander
This Old House builds its Timeless Home, marrying vintage inspiration to modern convenience.By Amy Laughinghouse
A hipped roof and a new bump-out turn a weekend beach house into a permanent residence.By Barbara Flanagan
Now's the time to plant these highly varied, low-maintenance bloomers.By Ryan Robbins
Roger Cook completes last season's Charlestown garden.
Redoing a '50s kitchen in a 1924 Tudor.
Adding a dormer, cleaning a sooty fireplace, picking good plywood.
The TV project homeowners consider their special role.