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Arlington Arts & Crafts | Underground Energy

Season 36 Episode 11 | 23m 43s

A long trench is dug so the electrician can start the process of burying the electrical cables. Norm helps Charlie Silva build the porch base columns. Kevin finds Roger out back laying a new brick patio. Inside, Kevin watches the first row of kitchen cabinets get installed. Back outside, Tommy and Kevin work on trimming the front gable.

Aired: 01/18/17 | Expires: 09/27/17
Funding for THIS OLD HOUSE is provided by The Home Depot.
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