Season 19: Ask This Old House
We take on some pretty big projects at This Old House, which means we can only work on one or two houses a year. But homeowners have a virtual truckload of questions for us on smaller projects, and we're ready to answer. Ask This Old House solves the steady stream of home improvement problems faced by our viewers—and we make house calls!
Heath performs an electrical inspection; Tom restores a door; more inspection nightmares.
Jenn talks echinaceas; Richard replaces a sink; Mark cuts stone; Tom finishes a kitchen.
Richard talks spigots; Mauro paints siding; Jenn maintains pruners; Nathan builds a gate.
Jenn installs smart irrigation; Heath talks flickering lights; Mark repoints brick steps.
Richard moves baseboard heat; Jenn talks arborvitaes; Tom and Kevin build a cooler bench.
Tom discusses sanding; Mauro uses a power washer; Heath installs deck railing lights.
Tom makes a Dutch door; Richard installs a garbage disposal; Mark and Jenn reface a wall.
Ross explores landscape technology; Mark explains deicers; Tom and Kevin build a bench.
Mark installs precast concrete steps; Mauro paints a table; Heath installs a lamppost.
Richard installs a mini split; Jenn talks Japanese maples; Nathan installs butcher block.
Richard replaces a valve; Mauro paints a radiator cover; Tom discusses load bearing walls.
Jenn cleans up a garden; Ross talks air filters; Tom and Kevin build an Adirondack chair.
Heath installs landscape lights; Richard explains siphons; Mark repairs a brick walkway.
Nathan installs a reclaimed beam mantel; Richard talks faucets; Ross explores geothermal.
Roger Cook and Jenn Nawada show you everything about installing water features.
Jenn explains how various climates across the U.S. impact the design of landscapes.
Richard and Ross explain why, when, where, and how to prevent major plumbing failures.