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E11 | Lexington Modern | Electrical Bond

Season 45 Episode 11 | 23m 42s

The therapy pool is scheduled to be delivered onsite. To reduce the risk of shock, Heath Eastman installs bonding around the pool's perimeter. Inside, Interior designer Rachel Dunham talks tile selections with Kevin O'Connor. Tom and Charlie Silva recap the construction processes of the integrated ramp at the front entrance. Electrical work for the elevator begins. The therapy pool is craned in.

Aired: 01/17/24 | Expires: 02/01/24
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