The This Old House Hour: Season 4 (2005 - 2006)

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Air date: Oct 6, 2005

The project: a rundown 1950s-modern house in Cambridge, Mass. Also: fixing loose flagstones on a walkway and installing a patch to a hardwood floor to cover the spot where an interior wall once stood.

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Air date: Oct 13, 2005

Contractor Tom Silva dismantles the carport of the 1950s-modern Cambridge, Mass., house before the rehab. Meanwhile, host Kevin O'Connor surveys the grounds with landscape architect Gregory Lombardi. On "Ask This Old House," projects include squeaky stairs, a broken baluster and an automatic shut-off valve for a washing machine.

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Air date: Oct 20, 2005

Rain doesn't stop preliminary exterior work on the 1950s-modern house in Cambridge, Mass., as trees are cleared and excavation for the new foundation has been completed, but rot and termite damage have been found. Also: Homeowner George Mabry inspects exterior materials and host Kevin O'Connor visits a Lincoln, Mass., house designed by Walter Gropius in 1938. On "Ask This Old House": planting a drought-resistant tree; installing an under-sink water filter. Filtration expert Bill McTighe guests.

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Air date: Oct 27, 2005

In the Cambridge, Mass., house, contractor Tom Silva jacks up joists to make a floor level with an addition, while outside, landscape architect Gregory Lombardi unveils his front-yard plan. Meanwhile, host Kevin O'Connor and carpenter Norm Abram visit neighborhood stores; and O'Connor tours the nearby Henry Wadsworth Longfellow House. Projects on "Ask This Old House" include a flat wheelbarrow tire, a broken rain gutter and a leaky water-heater valve. Also: drilling holes in ceramic tiles.

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Air date: Nov 3, 2005

At the Cambridge, Mass., project, carpenter Norm Abram and host Kevin O'Connor track two newly discovered problems: a shoddy beam in the living room, and damage from termites and carpenter ants. Plumber Richard Trethewey has a problem too: where to hide ductwork in the minimalist house. Meanwhile, O'Connor visits Six Moon Hill, a 1948 utopian community in Lexington, Mass. On "Ask This Old House," projects include an ailing rose bush (in Grandview, Mo.), and leaks in a toilet and a foundation.

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Air date: Nov 10, 2005

At the Cambridge, Mass., project, contractor Tom Silva frames the library roof; plumbing-heating expert Richard Trethewey explains the software system he used to design the climate-control system; and landscaper Roger Cook and homeowner George Mabry select landscaping materials at a stone yard. Meanwhile, host Kevin O'Connor visits the Cambridge Common, a park near Harvard Square. On "Ask This Old House," projects include a slow-draining bathtub and a raised garden bed.

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Air date: Nov 17, 2005

Water damage in an old kitchen is examined by carpenter Norm Abram, who discusses options with the owner; and host Kevin O'Connor gets a lesson in block work from mason Lenny Belliveau. Also: tips for removing moss and lichen.

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Air date: Nov 24, 2005

A visit to a gourmet-food shop with a cheese-ripening room in the basement; work on a project house, which includes installation of natural quartzite on the walls and renovations to the roof; tips for using a circular saw.Also: a damaged tree is repaired; and a new outdoor faucet is installed on a homeowner's property.

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Air date: Dec 1, 2005

In the final design for the entry courtyards, old single-pane steel slider in a living room is replaced with an energy-efficient insulating glass unit. There is also a demonstration of replacement caulk; and a roof is improved by using asphalt-fiberglass shingles.

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Air date: Dec 8, 2005

Included: a hamburger shop is visited to try a new menu selection; master carpenter Norm Abram uses an exterior cladding system; and a new gas fireplace is installed by contractor Tom Silva and chimney specialist Mark Schaub; an old staircase is replaced with a steel stair system; and a homeowner's overgrown hedge is pruned.

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