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Season 13

291 :13x01 - An 1850s-era Greek Revival house in Boston is spotlighted

An 1850s-era Greek Revival house in Boston is spotlighted.

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292 :13x02 - A fix for a major problem: exterior walls that are bowing

A fix for a major problem: exterior walls that are bowing.

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293 :13x03 - How the old chimney will be modified

How the old chimney will be modified.

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294 :13x04 - Wood and Water; Ask This Old House: Practical Solutions for Drought

Waterproofing the dormer; installing a reclaimed brick veneer on the new kitchen bump out; shutters.

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295 :13x05 - Gardens & Greek Revival Style; Ask This Old House: Repairing Structural Problems

Roughing in ductwork for direct-vent gas fireplace units; adding details to window trim.

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296 :13x06 - Charlestown Project 2014: Kitchens and Baths

A major upgrade begins: adding a Greek Revival-style front door. On the second floor, new wood wainscoting is installed; a feature wall insert for the master shower is created with marble basket weave tile.

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297 :13x07 - This Old House: Rowhouse, Lighthouse; Ask This Old House: Setting Up a Beehive

The team install a cararra marble island top and a new PVC fence.

298 :13x08 - Charlestown Project 2014: A Rowhouse Reimagined

The Charlestown project wraps up. Included: restoring the exterior with a new dormer, windows, shutters and front entry; testing the security system; visiting the mechanical room in the basement; spotlighting the completed master suite.

Source: PBS
Warning: The This Old House Hour guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Documentary
Genre: Housing/Building | How To/Do It Yourself
Status: Returning Series
Network: PBS ( USA)
Airs: Thursdays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 10, 2002
Episode Order: 26
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