Season 19 - Ask This Old House Episodes
Kevin learns how quartz countertops are made and helps to install one; Richard repairs a hot water shutoff valve in order to replace a kitchen sink faucet; Nathan upgrades kitchen cabinets to soft-close.
Tom Silva travels to Chicago to transform a garage into a woodworking shop; Richard Trethewey travels to Akron, Ohio to install a heater for a garage workshop; Tom and Kevin O’Connor build a tool storage shelf.
Tom travels to Colorado to help a couple build a swing set. Then, Jenn travels to Raleigh to build a self-watering vegetable garden, and Mark helps a homeowner build a fire pit that comes in a kit.
Not all landscape projects require starting from scratch. In this special episode, Jenn helps a few homeowners decide which plants can stay, which should go, and which ones just need a little TLC.
Nathan builds a display case to store his grandfather’s U.S. flag, and Heath replaces a circuit breaker. Then, the team shares the ways their trades were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kevin and Tom travel to Montana to set up an accessible home gym for a Navy SEAL veteran. Mauro shares how to select the right paint color, and Mark updates a fireplace with a stacked stone veneer.
Richard installs a shutoff valve for washing machine supply hoses. Ross and Heath discuss the progression of EV chargers. Then, Jenn discusses ornamental grasses, and Nathan helps a homeowner repair her deck.
Richard and Nathan retrofit a new dishwasher into an old kitchen. Jenn explains the purposes for different types of mulch, and Tom and Kevin make a French rolling pin.
Heath Eastman performs an electrical inspection, and the team shares more Home Inspection Nightmares. Then, Tom helps two homeowners meticulously restore their antique front door using a variety of techniques.
Jenn Nawada explains how to care for echinaceas, and Mark McCullough explains how to cut stone with a saw and chisel. Then, Richard Trethewey replaces a kitchen sink and faucet, while Tom Silva helps a homeowner wrap up a few kitchen projects.
Richard explains a variety of failure points in a hose spigot; Mauro demonstrates the how to paint vinyl siding; Jenn explains how and why to maintain pruners; Nathan builds a custom fence gate.
Landscape Contractor Jenn Nawada travels to Orlando to upgrade a homeowner’s irrigation system with a smart one; Master Electrician Heath Eastman explains a few different ways to troubleshoot flickering lights; then Mason Mark McCullough repoints a set of brick front steps.
Richard moves baseboard heat from one side of a room to another; Jenn explains the basics of selecting different species of arborvitae; Tom and Kevin build an outdoor bench that doubles as a cooler.
In this episode, Tom Silva explains how different sanders work and the best methods for sanding; Mauro Henrique shows how to use a power washer to clean vinyl siding; the team shares more home inspection nightmares, and Heath Eastman installs deck railing lights.
Tom travels to Nashville to turn an original, exterior door into a Dutch door; Richard explains how to install a garbage disposal; and Mark and Jenn reface a concrete wall with thin stone veneer.
Ross explores ways that landscaping could be done automatically; Mark goes over different walkway and driveway deicers and how they might impact masonry products; Tom and Kevin build a modern bench.
Watch as Mark installs precast concrete steps, Mauro paints a table, and Heath installs a new lamppost.
Richard explains how a mini split unit is installed; Jenn explains how to identify Japanese maple trees and how to incorporate them in a landscape design; then Nathan installs a butcher block countertop.
Richard replaces a weird shower valve with a conventional pressure balanced one; Mauro repaints a radiator cover with lead paint on it; Tom explains how to identify and remove load-bearing walls.
Jenn demonstrates how to clean up a garden; Ross explains how air filters can catch unwanted air impurities and demonstrates how to build a DIY one; Tom and Kevin build an Adirondack chair.
In this episode, Master Electrician Heath Eastman installs landscape lights in a garden and Richard Trethewey explains how siphons work. Then, Tom Silva organizes tools with pegboard, and Mark McCullough helps a homeowner redo his walkway.
Nathan Gilbert helps a homeowner turn a reclaimed beam into a fireplace mantel; Richard Trethewey shows how to change a bathroom faucet; Ross Trethewey explores innovations to geothermal installations.
Jenn Nawada discusses Christmas trees; Richard Trethewey explains what can and can’t go down a garbage disposal after holiday dinners; Heath Eastman helps a homeowner safely install a variety of Christmas lights.
In this special episode of Ask This Old House, Tom Silva and Mark McCullough tell you everything you need to know about fireplaces; Tom builds a custom mantel for a homeowner; Richard Trethewey discusses fireplace inserts; Mark replaces the hearth of a fireplace with granite.
In this special episode, we’ll share some of the features we’ve added to homeowners’ houses over the years and we’ll break down the process of adding one of these to your own backyard.
In this special episode of Ask This Old House, Tom Silva and Kevin O’Connor explain everything you need to know about using, installing, maintaining and repairing a window.
Jenn Nawada explains how various climates across the United States impact the design, care, and maintenance of different landscapes, which includes discussing USDA Hardiness Zones and native plant species.
In this special episode of Ask This Old House, Roger Cook, Jenn Nawada and Mark McCullough explain best practices for installing or repairing a walkway
In this episode, Richard and Ross Trethewey explain why, when, where, and how to prevent major plumbing failures.
Tom Silva helps two homeowners build a two-level deck from start to finish.
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