This Old House, with pros Norm Abram, Tom Silva, Richard Trethewey, Roger Cook, and host Kevin O'Connor, is TV's original home-improvement show, following one whole-house renovation over several episodes.Visit This Old House Website
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Touring the GenNEXT renovation with the TOH crew, Liz, Joe, the kids, and Joe’s parents.
Install a kitchen fireback. Returning plants. Island countertop. Garage door. Wood stove.
Composite decking. Decorative brackets. Quartz countertop. Paved walk. Stained glass.
Preventative tree work. Tiling lesson. Newel information. Apprentice graduation day.
Old hallway door. Sectional stone install. Career day. Built-in twin beds. Corner cabinet.
Interior columns. Stained glass. Flooring factory. Voc-tech plumbing class. Stair treads.
Granite wood stove base. Porch ceiling. Pine trim. Mechanical wall. Repair old plaster.
Building a foam shower seat. Connect steel piping. Replacement windows. Custom jig.
Take a sneak peek at TOH Detroit in our Web series finale. TOH episodes return March 30.
Go behind the scenes in Detroit to learn more about the unique renovation process
Though there are plenty of houses in Detroit, the Polks knew at once this was their home.
Meet the amazing city that’s revitalizing its distinctive architectural style
Go behind the scenes of This Old House Season 37 in Detroit
Ken Burns, Ted Benson &This Old House’s Kevin O’Connor discuss Burn’s timber barn design.
Burns describes the thrilling barn raising ceremony with family and the local community.
Benson and Burns present the distinct American timber barn meaning and history.