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E8 | Seaside Victorian Cottage | Back to Narragansett

Season 42 Episode 8 | 23m 42s

After months of meticulous restoration, the stained glass windows are ready to be reinstalled in the dining room. Electrician Ben has an apprentice. Kevin meets them at the new breaker panel. Tom re-creates original shingles. During the Covid lockdown, Jeff and his crew demoed the porch and built a new one. Jenn has a landscape meeting with homeowners.

Aired: 11/18/20 | Expires: 09/28/21
Funding for THIS OLD HOUSE is provided by The Home Depot and Leesa.
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