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Arlington Arts & Crafts | One Brick at a Time

Season 36 Episode 6 | 23m 43s

Mark McCullough, expert mason on the project, gets an apprentice for the day – a homeowner. Then he visits a 100-year-old Bridgewater, MA, brick-making factory. After several years with a tiny kitchen, Emily and Nick are excited to design the space of their dreams. Back at the house, Kevin finds Tommy up on the roof changing the pitch of the two back dormers to match the pitch of the new gable.

Aired: 11/02/16 | Expires: 09/27/17
Funding for THIS OLD HOUSE is provided by The Home Depot and Leesa.
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