The This Old House Hour: Season 14 (2015 - 2016)


Season 14
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Air date: Oct 1, 2015

A new project kicks off Season 14: the restoration of an 1895 Victorian in Belmont, Mass. In the second half: sprucing up a school garden; and installing a whole house fan.

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Air date: Oct 8, 2015

Plants are removed to make way for the porch; the demolition to open up the kitchen begins; a determination is made on how the weight of the house will be supported; and the window pulley systems are repaired. In the second half: chainsaw safety is discussed; a garage's electrical connection is improved; and squeaky floors are silenced in a baby's room.

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Air date: Oct 15, 2015

Rotten lally columns in the basement are replaced; the marble sink and claw-foot tub are removed from the guest bath so that they can be restored; and a historic house with 19th-century air conditioning and plumbing is discovered. In the second half: repairing a driveway pothole; giving new life to an old railroad lantern; and building a Shaker-styled nightstand.

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Air date: Oct 22, 2015

Flitch beams are installed in the kitchen; a rear-mounted toilet is discovered on the third floor; and a plan for the shade-covered backyard is developed. Also: how laminated veneer lumber is made. In the second half: investigating energy efficiency in Germany; and installing a residential wind turbine in Texas.

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Air date: Oct 29, 2015

Work on the mudroom foundation begins; the insulation in the attic is removed; and a door is resized to fit a smaller opening. Also: dream-kitchen cabinets. In the second half: creating soil from organic garbage; and determining why a steam boiler is losing water.

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Air date: Nov 5, 2015

The blocks for the mudroom foundation are placed; a bay window is built in the kitchen; and the front entryway is opened up. Also: visiting the shop where the original windows are being restored. In the second half: a trendy bathroom mistake is corrected; and light is cast on a dark driveway. Also: an unusual find in an old attic.

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Air date: Nov 12, 2015

The HVAC plan is explained; the old steel main water line is replaced; and the bathroom tile is selected. In the second half: a butterfly garden is created; an under-lit closet is brightened; and must-have woodworking tools are discussed.

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Air date: Nov 19, 2015

Framing begins on the front porch; ductwork is snaked through the house; and an outdoor antique show is visited. In the second half: Home brewing is discussed with Bridget Lancaster ("America's Test Kitchen"). Also: a $40 DIY project to conserve water; and tips for avoiding holiday disposal disasters.

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Air date: Dec 31, 2015

The mudroom is framed; the homeowners consider colors for the exterior of their house; the process of refinishing the clawfoot bathtub is explained; and the 120 Victorian molding is replicated. In the second half: childproofing a new mom's home; and fixing a falling sink. Also: a tutorial on voltage testers.

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Air date: Jan 7, 2016

The flooring for the front porch is installed; light fixtures are selected; the new fireplaces on the first floor are discussed; and the porch roof shingles are installed. In the second half: an electrical solution for ice dams; snow blower maintenance; and tips for furnace tune-ups. Also: a conversation about winter with Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore.

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