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E4 | Concord Country Cape | Solid Foundation

Season 43 Episode 4 | 23m 42s

The foundation is waterproofed. Mauro Henrique and Kevin O'Connor survey exterior color choices. The designer discusses the new look for the newel posts with Tom Silva. Homeowner Megan lends Tom a hand turning the new posts. An architectural historian talks about the Cape style home. Site restrictions adds building challenges for Charlie Silva. The new foundation is braced for backfilling.

Aired: 10/20/21 | Expires: 11/04/21
Funding for THIS OLD HOUSE is provided by The Home Depot.
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