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E24 | First Period Gambrel | New Life

Season 44 Episode 24 | 23m 42s

The hard work continues to ensure all features are properly woven into the original house, like the new granite veneer water table. The original roof boards are installed on the ceiling in the new ell. A new fieldstone wall creates a defined front entrance. The new plumbing manifold is explained. A young carpenter talks about his return to the trades. A window sash is installed in a door.

Aired: 05/24/23 | Expires: 06/08/23
Funding for THIS OLD HOUSE is provided by The Home Depot.
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