Season 14 - Ask This Old House Episodes
Roger & Jenn build a vegetable garden at a school. Tom installs a whole house fan in LA. Richard explains new water heater regulations.
Tom and Kevin head to Montana to build an accessible home gym for a Navy SEAL injured in Afghanistan. Master electrician for Ask TOH Scott Caron helps a homeowner replace a broken doorbell chime. Richard explains PVC pipe terminology.
Tom installs a bookshelf that doubles as a hidden doorway. Scott Caron explains how two tools are all he needs to do many electrical projects. Richard installs a house hydrant to replace a leaky outdoor spigot. The guys ask, "What is it?"
Actor Nick Offerman visits the guys for "What Is It?" Tom creates a black pipe bookshelf.
Scott installs fiesta lights in Texas. Kevin looks at options for a home fireplace.
Tom installs a salvaged door in an existing opening. Roger gets a lesson on herbs.
Richard installs a washer and dryer to help a homeowner with his laundry. Tom explains the proper use of a drill/driver. Scott Caron adds an overhead light to a dimly lit dining room.
Roger is in Idaho to learn about growing potatoes. Scott Caron installs track lighting. The guys ask "What is it?"
Tom patches up an old hardwood floor. Richard reveals the best methods to unclog a sink.
Scott Caron is in St. Paul to wire an antique light fixture. Richard installs a tub overflow.
Kevin fixes a gas fireplace, Scott adds an exhaust fan, Tom demonstrates roof shingles.
Tom builds a chicken coop. Jenn Nawada makes Vermont maple syrup. Guest: Chris Kimball.
Tom trims a coat closet and installs a door. Richard explores what’s making a toilet leak. Scott Caron installs outdoor lighting.
Kevin installs an electronic deadbolt on a front door. Scott Caron mounts an outdoor television. And it’s a white sphere with blue holes, but "What is it?"
Tom replaces a rickety attic staircase in Minneapolis. Richard gives a tutorial on the best blowtorches. Kevin shows a homeowner how to use paint to makeover an old kitchen.
Scott installs a post light. Richard replaces a pedestal sink. Jenn Nawada explains how to make succulent plants into a piece of art. It’s a wand with three probes. "What is it?"
Roger transforms a patch of grass into a lawn, you can drive on! Tom and Kevin use reclaimed oak wood to create a coffee table. Richard explains how to avoid frozen pipes in the winter months. The guys ask "What Is It?"
Scott offers an electrical solution to ice dams. Kevin talks climate change with Weather Channel Meteorologist Jim Cantore. Roger has a few tips on snow blower maintenance. Richard goes over furnace upkeep.
Kevin helps a new mother childproof her home. Richard uses his skill to fix an under counter mount sink. And Scott gives Kevin a tutorial on the latest voltage testers.
Kevin learns how to make his own beer at home. Bridget Lancaster from America’s Test Kitchen gives a lesson on ales versus lagers. Tom installs a do-it-yourself rain barrel. And Richard has advice on what not to put in your disposers.
Roger heads to Texas for a lesson on planting a butterfly garden. Tom maps out the best tools for woodworking beginners. And Scott helps a homeowner find illumination in her closet.
Richard helps a homeowner replace a vessel sink with a self-rimming one. Scott installs a motion-activated, security light fixture. And it’s plastic with a louver on the bottom and an opening at the top, but "What is it?"
Jenn is on a recycling mission. She shows homeowners how to use organic waste to create soil for gardening. Plus, Richard is ready to solve a basement mystery. And a metal cylinder with a clamp has the guys asking, "What is it?"
Richard and Kevin investigate Germany’s energy efficiency. Kevin and Ross head to Texas to install a residential wind turbine in Texas.
Roger repairs a large pothole. Tom and Kevin make a Shaker table in a "Build It" segment. Scott turns a vintage railroad lantern into a modern electric lamp. And a black metal box has the guys asking "What Is It?"
Roger repairs a large pothole in an asphalt driveway. Scott electrifies an old railroad lantern. Tom and Kevin build a historic-looking Shaker table. And the guys ask "What Is It?"
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