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The 36th Season of This Old House in Belmont, MA

3m 42s

Season 36 of [ITALIC "This Old House"] kicks off in Belmont, MA, a suburb northwest of Boston. This season follows homeowners Katherine, Murat, and their two children as they embark on a journey to bring their home back to its original Victorian style after a previous owner stripped many classic architectural details.

Funding for THIS OLD HOUSE is provided by The Home Depot.
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The dilapidated 1890s Victorian house has been restored and the crew is back for a tour.
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A final review of the geothermal system is done, and a blower door test is performed.
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The new mechanical room is revealed. In-wall lights are installed at the front ramp.
The elevator cab is built, and audio-visual technologies are explored for accessibility.
Electrical work for the elevator begins and the therapy pool is installed.
Insulation and tile prep is in progress. A motorized multi-slide door is installed.
A lesson on stucco is given, the siding is installed, and patio drainage is addressed.
A custom gutter is built. The neighbor's house, designed by the same architect, is toured.
The original brick is repaired. A ramp is built, and a modern accessible house is toured.