Season 3 - The Woburn House Episodes
Bob Vila and carpenter Norm Abram take you on the grand tour of the newly renovated house. You won’t recognize the place!
Bob Vila gives you some pointers on laying a no-wax floor. Then Bob and Norm discuss the finishing touches on the renovation. Outside, Bob checks the progress of the landscaping.
Bob Vila is in the kitchen installing the new appliances. Carpenter Norm Abram is building a new rear deck/patio. Bob shares some professional secrets for mistake-proof wallpapering.
Bob Vila shows you how to trim the windows and doors. He also gives you time-saving tips on preparing and painting interior walls.
Norm Abram shows you the right way to drywall a new room including important tips on taping and sanding. Then Bob Vila and Norm talk about which tools are right for the job.
Bob Vila throws a little light on the subject of wiring the sunroom/breezeway addition. Then he warms up the garage-turned-living room with new insulation.
Bob Vila and carpenter Norm Abram tear down the old wood paneling in the basement rec room. They install the new kitchen counter and decorate the master bath.
Host Bob Vila helps install the shower in the new master bedroom. Then Bob shows you how to construct your own cabinets.
Bob Vila shows you how to waterproof a basement-turned-living room and discusses plans for installing a wood burning stove in the family room. Norm is busy putting in the new windows and doors.
Bob Vila tours the new living space. Rich Trethewey roughs in the new bath off the master bedroom. Norm Abram discusses the condition of the roof. Bob is steams off the old wallpaper.
Bob Vila assesses the efficiency of the heating plan. Rich Trethewey appraises plumbing work to be done. Norm Abram builds the framing for the sunroom/breezeway, and replaces windows.
It’s time to pour the footings for the sunroom/breezeway between the house and the garage. Then the house gets an energy audit and recommendations for cost-effective solutions to specific energy problems.
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