This Old House: Season 24 (2002 - 2003)


Season 24
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Air date: Oct 9, 2004

The project: an 1849 Greek Revival-style farmhouse in Carlisle, Mass. It needs plenty of work, but as carpenter Norm Abram puts it: "If we can't save this house, who will?" In addition, Abram and host Kevin O'Connor tour the house in the Dorchester section of Boston that was renovated in the show's first year.

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Air date: Oct 18, 2003

Work can't begin on the Concord, Mass., barn project until permits are issued, so it's off to Town Hall to discover how many the crew will need. Meanwhile, carpenter Norm Abram and preservation architect Leonard Baum explore the barn's history. Kevin O'Connor hosts.

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Air date: Oct 25, 2003

Work begins on the Concord, Mass., barn-conversion project and host Kevin O'Connor joins in, building temporary walls to take the weight off a bowed exterior wall that needs bracing. O'Connor also reviews plans with architect Holly Cratsley and visits an already-converted carriage house in Winchester, Mass.

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Air date: Nov 1, 2003

Work on the Concord, Mass., barn conversion focuses on a utility trench that must be built. Meanwhile, host Kevin O'Connor meets the couple who will live in the converted barn; and plumbing-heating expert Richard Trethewey checks out the heating and air conditioning at the New Yankee Workshop (he's thinking of a similar plan for the barn).

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Air date: Nov 8, 2003

Work on the Concord, Mass., barn-conversion project includes installing an underground PVC conduit for 200-amp electrical service. Meanwhile, carpenter Norm Abram and contractor Tom Silva push out an old roof section to let light in; carpenter Jason Wood cuts a hole in the roof to accommodate a dormer; and host Kevin O'Connor interviews architect Sarah Susanka, the author of "The Not So Big House."

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Air date: Nov 15, 2003

Work on the Concord, Mass., barn conversion focuses on the sunroom (to be), where carpenter Norm Abram shows host Kevin O'Connor how to set 2 x 6 ft. sills on the new foundation. Also: contractor Tom Silva uses an excavator to dig holes for stair footings, and landscaper Roger Cook protects a 100-year-old grapevine in the work zone.

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Air date: Nov 22, 2003

Plumbing work progresses at the Concord, Mass., barn conversion (including the last-minute addition of a first-floor shower), but a proposed stairway causes design problems. Meanwhile, host Kevin O'Connor tours recently renovated guest cottages in Nantucket, Mass.

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Air date: Nov 29, 2003

Contractor Tom Silva installs PVC exterior trim that looks like wood on the Concord, Mass., barn and joins carpenter Norm Abram and host Kevin O'Connor to install sunroom windows that resemble the traditional windows in the main house. Silva also shows O'Connor how to mix concrete; and O'Connor tours a facility in Menomonie, Wis., where residential window glass is manufactured.

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Air date: Dec 6, 2003

While contractor Tom Silva installs sidewall shingles on the Concord, Mass., barn, Norm Abram cuts holes in the old barn door to prepare it for the installation of new windows. Meanwhile, plumbing-heating expert Richard Trethewey shows host Kevin O'Connor the wall-mounted condensing boiler, and landscaper Roger Cook examines landscaping plans with homeowner Jeff Bernard and landscape architect Stephanie Hubbard. And in Spring Green, Wis., O'Connor meets with insulating-glass expert Tom Kaiser.

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Air date: Dec 13, 2003

A copper roof is installed on the Concord, Mass., barn, while inside there's a new cast-iron whirlpool tub, a European-style towel warmer (which doubles as a bathroom heat source) and a split-type air conditioner. Meanwhile, host Kevin O'Connor visits a cottage in Martha's Vineyard, Mass., that was redone for an active senior couple.

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