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Ask This Old House
Ask This Old House | Doorbell, Home Gym
Tom and Kevin build a home gym in Montana. Scott Caron repairs a doorbell.
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Ask This Old House | Hidden Door, Hydrant
Tom puts in a hidden door. Richard installs a house hydrant to replace a spigot.
Ask This Old House | Guest Nick Offerman
Actor Nick Offerman visits the guys for “What is it?” Tom creates a black pipe bookshelf.
Ask This Old House | Lights, Fireplace
Scott installs fiesta lights in Texas. Kevin looks at options for a home fireplace.
Ask This Old House | Door, Herbs, Trap
Tom installs a salvaged door in an existing opening. Roger gets a lesson on herbs.
Ask This Old House | Washer/Dryer, Light
Richard installs a washer and dryer. Tom explains the features of a drill/driver.
Ask This Old House | Potatoes, Track Lights
Roger is in Idaho to learn about growing potatoes. Scott Caron installs track lighting.
Ask This Old House | Hardwood Floor, Garden
Tom patches up an old hardwood floor. Richard reveals the best methods to unclog a sink.
Ask TOH | R-Value, Overflow
Scott Caron is in St. Paul to wire an antique light fixture. Richard installs a tub overfl
Ask This Old House |Fan, Fireplace, Roofing
Kevin fixes a gas fireplace, Scott adds an exhaust fan, Tom demonstrates roof shingles.
Ask This Old House | Chicken Coop, Maple Syrup
Tom builds a chicken coop. Jenn Nawada makes Vermont maple syrup. Guest: Chris Kimball.
Ask This Old House | Closet, Outdoor Lights
Tom trims a coat closet and installs a door. Scott Caron installs outdoor lighting.
Ask This Old House | Smart Home Electronics
Kevin installs a front door electronic deadbolt. Scott Caron mounts an outdoor television.
Ask This Old House | Attic Stairs, Paint
Tom heads to Minnesota to replace attic stairs. Kevin uses paint for a kitchen makeover.
Ask This Old House | Pedestal Sink, Light
Richard replaces a pedestal sink in Delaware. Scott Caron a post light in South Dakota.
Ask This Old House | Table, Grass Paver
Tom creates a coffee table out of reclaimed wood. Roger installs grass pavers on Cape Cod.
Ask This Old House | Childproofing, Sink
Kevin is in DE to safeguard a new mom's home. Richard fixes an undercounter-mount sink.
Ask This Old House | Beer, Barrel, Disposers
Home-brewing beer with America’s Test Kitchen, DIY Rain Barrel, Disposer How-To.
Ask This Old House | Butterflies, Closet
Roger learns how to plant a butterfly garden in Texas. Scott brightens up a dark closet.
Ask This Old House | Safety Lighting, Sink
A trip to Atlanta finds Richard replacing a sink. Scott helps brighten up a driveway.
Ask This Old House | Home Compost, Boiler
Jenn Nawada learns about recycling organic waste. Richard solves a steam boiler mystery.
Ask This Old House | Home Energy Special
Richard and Kevin investigate Germany’s energy efficiency. Wind turbine installation in TX
Ask This Old House | Driveway, Shaker Table
Roger repairs a large pothole. Tom and Kevin make a Shaker table in a “Build It” segment.
Ask This Old House | Chainsaw, Wire Garage
Wiring electricity to a detached garage, silencing squeaky floors and chainsaw chaps.
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