Below you'll find every episode from all 39 season of This Old House.
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S01 E01Jan 2, 1979
The Dorchester House - 1 Our host, a Boston designer and builder, tours the dilapidated turn-of the-century house in Dorchester, Massachusetts, that will completely renovated in the next 13 weeks. Our host talks with a realtor and a house appraiser to determine the condition and problems of the property.
S01 E02Feb 2, 1979
The Dorchester House - 2 Renovation has begun and the carpenter has find rot in the eaves. The kitchen, one of the hardest remodeling jobs, gets some attention, and we look into the history of the home.
S01 E03Feb 16, 1979
The Dorchester House - 3 Work on the house has uncovered some unforeseen problems from the roof to the plumbing, and at a moment, the dream kitchen is a nightmare. But our host has some solutions.
S01 E04Mar 1, 1979
The Dorchester House - 4 It's time to insulate the house, remove the old furnace, and replace it with a new-energy-efficient heating system.
S01 E05Mar 2, 1979
The Dorchester House - 5 This week the ceilings are leveled and renovated. The bulkhead is repaired and renewed. Our hosts talks about the kitchen lighting and answers some viewer questions.
S01 E06Mar 16, 1979
The Dorchester House - 6 How are we going to heat the house? This week our host talks with a heating specialist about baseboard heating, the heating plant in the basement and the water heater. We take a look at the bedroom closets and a new kitchen skylight.
S01 E07Apr 2, 1979
The Dorchester House - 7 Plasters, roofers, and carpenters are hard at work. The kitchen walls are plastered, the chimney get some attention, and works starts on the crumbling front porch.
S02 E01Jan 2, 1981
The Newton House - 1 Our host introduces the Bigelow House, a rambling 19th-century hilltop home in Newton, Massachusetts, designed by noted Victorian architect H.H. Richardson. The challenge - convert the abandoned structure into five modern condominium units, while preserving its architectural integrity. Vila and our master carpenter talk about the best way to tackle the project.
S02 E02Jan 16, 1981
The Newton House - 2 Our host discusses plans for renovating the barn unit - insulation, demolition and replacing broken windows.
S02 E03Jan 31, 1981
The Newton House - 3 Demolition is nearly complete and our host shows us some of the problems uncovering he's uncovered - including extensive damage from carpenter ants, vandals and rot.
S02 E04Feb 2, 1981
The Newton House - 4 Our host discusses some of the key decisions to be made about condominium sales. Also, plans are made to install woodburning stoves in the ice house and the woodshed.
S02 E05Feb 16, 1981
The Newton House - 5 We're ready to do some plumbing at the house. Our master carpenter shows us how to pour concrete wall and Tom Wirth, our landscape architect discusses the lay of the land.
S02 E06Mar 1, 1981
The Newton House - 6 The exterminator gives us a top-to-bottom bug check. Professor John Coolidge talks about the architect of the Bigelow House, H.H. Richardson - considered the foremost Victorian architect of the 19th century.
S02 E07Mar 2, 1981
The Newton House - 7 Our host discusses plans for a new, historically compatible five-car garage. The electrician begins wiring and a solar energy expert recommends the best location for a solar collector.