Season 37 - The North Shore Farmhouse Episodes
Kevin builds a custom closet. Norm and Tommy see Kristina's designs. Richard shows Kevin the geothermal system. Kevin gets a tour of the second floor. The team celebrates another job well done.
The staircase is finished. Richard shows the system for getting well water. A backup generator is installed. Kevin learns to fit a reproduction lantern. Kim turns a mud pit to a beautiful front yard.
Kevin helps fit the cabinets. Work starts on the driveway. Granite is used for a patio. The den gets wainscoting. The homeowners select interior paint colors. Erik installs the factory-made staircase.
Kevin helps install clapboard siding. Roger selects salvaged granite. Richard discusses the insulation plan and sees how the geothermal pipes are connected. Kevin watches the cabinets come together.
Drilling begins on a geothermal system. Norm visits first-period homes. Kevin tours a factory where the stairs and panels are built. On the North Shore, he learns of a new technology to seal ductwork.
Erik lays shingles on the roof. Kevin learns colonial roof making. In Vermont, Kevin sees handcrafted light fixtures. Window installation begins. Norm heads to Maine to search for salvaged doors.
Kevin sees the plan for the living/dining room and the roof. After framing the house, the crew moves to the garage. Exterior trim arrives. Kevin learns how to attach the fascia board to the rafters.
An inspector checks the foundation as a perimeter drain is installed. The framing process begins. An architect explains her landscape plan to make the property look antique.
Tommy and Kevin visit the Vermont factory where the house is built. Richard meets Ed Akerley, who blasts rock to make room for the foundation. Norm and Erik watch Scott McKenzy lay the foundation.
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