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E23 | Glen Ridge Generational | A Breath of Fresh Air

Season 45 Episode 23 | 23m 42s

The two primary suites to accommodate multigenerational living are taking shape, and the first-floor foyer is opened up, highlighting the new staircase. The local shop where the stairs were fabricated is toured. At the house, a new brick walkway adds curb appeal. The builder demonstrates the new wood fiber insulation, and details on HRVs, ERVs, and period trim are discussed.

Aired: 05/08/24 | Expires: 05/23/24
Funding for THIS OLD HOUSE is provided by The Home Depot and Leesa.
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