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S18 E21: Paver Patio, Shoe Rack

Mark helps a couple install a concrete paver patio, and Jenn discusses the common elements she includes in outdoor kitchen designs. Then, Tom and Kevin build a combination bench/shoe rack out of fir decking.

Previous episode: S18 E20 | Next episode: S18 E22

In this episode:

Mark McCullough helps an expecting couple install a concrete paver patio; Jenn Nawada discusses the common elements she includes in outdoor kitchen designs; Tom Silva and Kevin O’Connor build a combination bench/shoe rack out of fir decking.


How to Install Concrete Pavers

Mark McCullough helps an expecting couple install a concrete paver patio.

Where to find it?

Mark installed Andover Collection Stone Cleft pavers in the Richfield Blend color, which are manufactured by Ideal Concrete Block.


How to Design an Outdoor Kitchen

Jenn Nawada discusses the common elements she includes in outdoor kitchen designs.

Where to find it?

Jenn showed photos of some of her own outdoor kitchen designs as installed at homeowners’ houses. In general, she recommends that homeowners think about what they plan on using the outdoor kitchen for to inform what elements they put into it.


Build It: DIY Shoe Rack

Tom Silva and host Kevin O’Connor build a combination bench/shoe rack out of fir decking.

Where to find it?

To assemble the shoe rack, Tom and Kevin used a combination of wood glue, which is made by Gorilla Glue and pocket hole screws using a Kreg K4 jig.

For the finish, Tom applied a combination of Clear Satin and High Gloss Water-Based Interior Polyurethane Spray Paint, which is manufactured by Varathane.

Original Air Date: April 26, 2020 Season 18; Ep.21 23:43


Products and Services from this Episode

Andover Collection Stone Cleft pavers:
Ideal Concrete Block

Wood glue:
Gorilla Glue

K4 jig:
Kreg

Clear Satin and High Gloss Water-Based Interior Polyurethane Spray Paint:
Varathane