For over three decades, audiences have turned to This Old House for advice on restoration, design and renovation. With an aim to demystify the home improvement process, host Kevin O'Connor, master carpenter Norm Abram, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, and landscape contractor Roger Cook offer a trusted and formidable source of expertise, along with wit, humor, and a great sense of camaraderie.
New Season Premiere: Friday, Oct. 5, on WGBH 44
A 19th-century Victorian-era home in the city of Cambridge, Mass., sits in the densely packed urban neighborhood of Avon Hill in Cambridge. Homeowners Sally and John, along with their two young daughters, must preserve the exterior of their 1887 Victorian-era former two-family house to comply with conservation district standards. Inside, however, they will eliminate decades of 1960s and ‘70s remodeling that has already stripped much of the house’s historic character. The result will be a brand-new house within the shell of an old one — an open, modern, bright Scandinavian style home.
This Old House Recycles
Beyond the design of the Cambridge Project, the This Old House crew will be deconstructing the interior and will be re-using, recycling and reselling as much of the salvaged material as possible. They will be working with EcoBuilding Bargains, a non-profit, to resell much of the salvage.
Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013: Sandy and the Jersey Shore
The This Old House Hour
Season 12 opens on the Hurricane Sandy-ravaged Jersey shore.
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9/26/14 1:00 AM
9/27/14 5:00 AM
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