Former episode: S42 E05 | Future episode: Publishing on Nov 15, 8pm ET

In this episode:

The barge rafters on the Queen Anne design and style property are attractive, and the Historic Commission desired to mirror that in the new garage addition. Tom Silva aids to route the style on the rafters and then they get lifted in area and screwed on.

Figuring out in which to hide mechanicals is normally a resourceful obstacle. Richard Trethewey reveals how Jeff Sweenor’s workforce solved the dilemma in the new and old pieces of the property.

The unique home windows of the home are needed to continue to be on the residence and all have to have various degrees of function. Jeff’s grasp builder, Riley, acquired the career of refurbishing them. Kevin O’Connor talks to Riley about his course of action of analyzing the windows.

At Jeff’s shop, Tom meets them as they rebuild—and in some instances build—the sashes. Then the windows are primed and prepared for glass.

Back at the residence, they flash an opening and install a refurbished primary window. Tom demonstrates that the new home windows which go on the addition are produced with insulted glass and simulated divided lights that resemble the originals.

Primary Air Day: Nov 8, 2020 Year 42 Ep.06 23:42


Items and Expert services from this Episode:

Trim board:
Tru-Pine by Claymark

Window reglazing aspect excursion:
Kent County Glass

Heating & cooling:
Bryant Heating & Cooling Methods

HVAC:
Homans

HVAC Contractor:
AGS HVAC Services



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PAUL WALKER

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