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E13 | Seaside Victorian Cottage | Narragansett Windows

Season 42 Episode 13 | 23m 42s

Tom Silva helps former apprentice Kevin Barker trim the bay windows. Richard Trethewey finds electrician Ben Giles installing an up-to-date meter. Mark McCullough follows work on the backyard hardscaping. Tom visits the shop where carpenter Riley Partridge is working on custom storm windows to improve efficiency. Kevin O'Connor meets Rich James and his crew who are assembling a shed.

Aired: 01/27/21 | Expires: 09/28/21
Funding for THIS OLD HOUSE is provided by The Home Depot and Leesa.
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