Season 9 - Ask This Old House Episodes
Richard installs a new forced-air furnace and air conditioning system for a pair of homeowners. Tom helps a homeowner repair damage to her oak flooring caused by a leaky radiator.
Roger and Kevin do some yard clean-up using rakes, blowers and lawn vacuums. Richard shows how HVAC thermostat technology has evolved over the years. Tom installs carpet tiles over a concrete floor.
Tom removes a vinyl kitchen floor. Kevin tours an architectural salvage yard for vintage house parts. The guys ask: "What is it?" and Richard eliminates a gurgling sound coming from bathroom plumbing.
Tom and Kevin build a tool storage cabinet, perfect for any basement or garage. The guys ask "What is it?" Kevin and a damage prevention specialist protect a house from catastrophic floods.
Roger shows methods and tools for splitting firewood. The guys ask: "What is it?" and Richard hooks a basement sink to a sewer drain with an electric pump. We choose, use, and care for paintbrushes.
Tom demonstrates how to select and install antique and reproduction door hardware. The guys ask: "What is it?" and Richard shows a homeowner how a geothermal home heating and cooling system works.
Richard installs a new solar water heating system. Scott shows devices designed to make residential electrical systems safer. Kevin and Tom replace rotting support posts underneath a backyard deck.
Kevin installs an outdoor electrical outlet. Roger shows how to plant flower bulbs properly. Kevin tours Graceland. Tom helps a Memphis homeowner replace her old, worn-out kitchen cabinet hardware.
Roger plants a narrow garden bed near a driveway. The guys conduct home improvement workshops in Memphis, TN, Little Rock, AR, and Tulsa, OK. Richard makes an old fireplace more energy efficient.
Kevin shows a few tricks and techniques for painting an interior wall. The guys ask: "What is it?" and Richard installs a water heater with an electronic valve that prevents floods due to water leaks.
Roger show deals with rainwater from gutters and downspouts. Richard talks about pliers. The guys ask: "What is it?" and Tom insulates an attic floor using fiberglass batts and blown-in insulation.
Tom Silva helps two homeowners complete the construction of their new backyard deck. Then, back in the workshop, Tom shows host Kevin O'Connor a few other types of hidden deck-fastening systems.
Roger Cook shows Kevin O’Connor a few helpful techniques for mowing a lawn. Then, Tom Silva helps two homeowners begin building the backyard deck of their dreams
Richard installs a second sink into an existing bathroom vanity. Roger shares a tip that makes yard clean-up easier. Tom Silva helps a homeowner repair a large crack in his concrete block foundation.
Roger Cook demonstrates safe chainsaw use and a new way to sharpen chains. Tom fixes a leaky rain gutter. The guys ask: "What is it?" and Richard installs a new fiberglass bath and shower enclosure.
Tom helps repair loose carpeting on a staircase. Roger shows several different types of shovels and other tools for digging. Kevin helps a homeowner install recessed lights in a kitchen ceiling.
Richard installs radiant heat tubing underneath a kitchen floor. The guys ask: "What is it?" and Tom shows how to apply joint compound to drywall corners. Roger shows properly wheelbarrow use.
Roger repairs an uneven stone patio. The guys ask: "What is it?" and Kevin and painting contractor Mauro Henrique help a homeowner repaint a rusty metal bulkhead door.
Tom installs a new energy-efficient storm door. Richard shows Kevin how to cut and solder copper plumbing pipes and fittings. Roger helps a homeowner reduce the size of an overgrown privet hedge.
Roger builds a new circular patio and fire pit. The guys ask: "What is it?" and Tom and Kevin head outside to repair a set of brick stairs.
Roger discusses different types of groundcover. Richard warms up a living room by installing hydronic baseboard heaters. Tom shows a new product that marks and cuts electrical outlets in wallboard.
Roger builds a raised garden bed that is accessible by wheelchair. Then, general contractor Tom Silva shows a homeowner how to repair a leak in his roof caused by a worn-out plumbing vent gasket.
Tom helps repair a rotted windowsill. The guys ask: "What is it?" and Roger shows Kevin gardening tools designed for people with limited mobility. Richard helps a homeowner install an outdoor faucet.
Tom creates a new doorway into an unused attic. The guys ask, "What is it?" and Richard a tip on creating a faucet wrench from a PVC pipe. Kevin and an electrician help repair a broken doorbell.
General contractor Tom Silva helps a homeowner install balusters on his new staircase. The guys ask: "What is it?" and Roger helps a homeowner install a new stone footpath.
Richard kicks off the 9th season of Ask This Old House by helping install a new kitchen sink. Tom shows some tools no home workshop should be without. Roger rescues a tree from "volcano mulching."