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E7 | Rain Garden, Wrought Iron Railing | Ask This Old House

Season 22 Episode 7 | 23m 42s

Jenn Nawada teams up with a water conservation expert in Portland, Oregon to help two homeowners install a rain garden; Ross Trethewey shares how moisture meters can detect unseen water damage; Mark McCullough helps a homeowner increase the safety of their concrete steps by installing a wrought iron railing and showcases how railings are made at an iron fabrication facility.

Aired: 11/08/23 | Expires: 11/23/23
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