This Old House
Season 44 starts with restoring the first black postmaster's house in Atlanta, then the crew heads to Newburyport, MA, to remodel a classic New England-style home. Later, we start work on a 1720s Cape Ann Gambrel in Ipswich, MA.
‘The House That Norm Built’ is a one-hour tribute to Norm Abram, the man whose skills launched the longest-running home improvement show, This Old House.
Join fellow cast members, celebrities, colleagues, and friends as they celebrate Master Carpenter Norm Abram and his groundbreaking, 43-year career on This Old House. Watch The House That Norm Built on Monday, October 3 at 9 p.m. ET on PBS and streaming free on The Roku Channel.
After more than four decades, This Old House’s Master Carpenter and pioneer of the home improvement television genre, Norm Abram, has officially hung up his toolbelt and left the show. Take a look back at some of our favorite Norm moments.
This Old House is seeking engaging homeowners with old houses in need of renovation for upcoming seasons of the show.
A year after California’s worst wildfire, the people of Paradise are still clearing the devastation where about 90% of homes were lost. Kevin, Tom, and Richard meet three families determined to rebuild according to the wildland urban interface codes.
Former This Old House Director of Photography, Denise Sfraga, curated these highlights from TOH photographers over the years
Relive 40 years of This Old House with our anniversary special, featuring archival footage and brand new interviews!
Bob, Steve, and Kevin share stories and memories from their years on This Old House
Tom and Charlie Silva aren’t just house-building wizards. They’re equally inventive when it comes to their sideline: pranking the TOH production assistants. Here, a few of their "all in good fun" job site setups
The TOH master carpenter became a reluctant plaid ambassador when show creator Russ Morash made it Norm’s on-air signature. Below, some of his classics
Watch vintage clips and favorite moments celebrating This Old House, the groundbreaking home improvement series that inspired a new genre of television programming
From that initial renovation of a derelict house in a struggling urban area, This Old House has stood apart as the original home-improvement TV show—and continues to be the genre’s most groundbreaking
Kathryn Fulton and De'Shaun Burnett applied to our 2019 Generation NEXT Casting Call and nailed it! You'll see them in 2019-2020 episodes of This Old House on PBS
We're getting ready for a special issue of This Old House magazine that celebrates the 40th anniversary of TOH TV, and we want YOU to be part of it!
Our Generation NEXT program highlights a Home Builders Institue (HBI) program that is turning troops into trade professionals, all with a little help from The Home Depot Foundation
This Old House launched its Generation NEXT initiative to shine a light on the urgent need for young people to enter the building trades. Here, we share high points of our work to date—and how we’re continuing the effort to close the skills gap
Check out our top-trending video segments to learn something new today. This week explore how to choose the best home products and materials, PLUS explore what it's like to live on a NASA Space Station, and more!
Once again, we’re looking for a few good men and women to work on next season's projects
After much trial and error, remodeling contractor Zack Dettmore has found an organizational strategy that works
January 4, 2018 Our mid-season hiatus is over! Here's everything you need to know about new episodes of This Old House and Ask This Old House, airing this week
unCommon Construction, a non-profit in NOLA, gives students valuable training in the building trades
One of our earliest apprentices officially joins the Ask TOH cast
Now completing its fourth decade, TOH TV breaks new ground and checks in on some old favorites
Givz, available as an app and a website, allows you to easily donate to your favorite charities. This is how you can support our Generation NEXT initiative
This Old House joined a bipartisan panel to advance the dialogue around the existing skills gap in America. Here, they're speaking with Senator Chris Coons (D-DE), the Co-Chair of the Senate Competitiveness Caucus, about TOH's apprentice program Generation Next
TOH Host Kevin O’Connor visits the American College of the Building Arts (ACBA) in Charleston, where Wolverine generously provided every student and faculty member with boots and apparel.
Interested in working with the This Old House crew on our next project houses? We’d love to have you! You can submit your application here. Apply now! The deadline for our spring apprenticeship is February 23, 2018. To apprentice this summer, apply by May 4, 2018.