in the season 40 premiere, tom and kevin tour their next project, a 1920s rhode island bungalow that will become a larger net zero house. sat jul 13 1:30pm net zero from the ground up season 40
also: contractor tom silva shows how the kitchen addition was reinforced and works on the deck structure for the new sun porch; and host steve thomas examines the cantilever at frank lloyd wright
tom silva explains the insulation he's been puting up in the kitchen, and in the master bath. we see a new screw gun the blueboarders are using, and then get a tour of the new air conditioning
our host and tom silva are hard at work on the fireplace, mounting an new mantel and facing the surround with half-brick. we see construction of a man-made marble shower stall.
tom silva tests out the old-fashioned v-shaped gutter he made for the front porch, then takes us on a tour of the house, explaining his preparations for the spray-in insulation.
also: contractor tom silva shows how the kitchen addition is reinforced and works on the deck structure for the new sun porch; and host steve thomas examines the cantilever at frank lloyd wright's
silva also shows o'connor how to mix concrete and o'connor also tours a facility in menomonie, wis., where residential window glass is manufactured. on ask this old house, projects include
while contractor tom silva installs sidewall shingles on the concord, mass., barn, norm abram cuts holes in the old barn door to prepare it for the installation of new windows. meanwhile, plumbing
tom silva installs extension jambs in the great room's windows, while in the basement, the man who cut a hole in the foundation returns to try to smooth out the slab.
this old house. season 27, episode 2. october 15, 2005. prior to the rehab, contractor tom silva dismantles the carport as he scopes out the 1950s-modern cambridge, mass., house.
tommy shows steve his method of putting in a wooden floor over concrete that was previously outdoor patio space; his scribing technique is one steve's never seen before.
general contractor tom silva and his crew begin demolition on the rotted sections of the sun porch, and norm explains why they should salvage the roof to save both time and money. down the street
tom silva shows us the first of the porch decks: he's using ipe, a brazilian hardwood, and giving it a clean look by fastening it down using only a marine adhesive and an absolute minimum of
tom silva explains how past work has compromised the framing system, and how he plans to insert a carrying beam and jack up the floor. outside, homeowners dean and lauren strip the last bit of
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