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David: This Old House: - Episode #3122
Builder Andy Tiplady uses a less-expensive Brazilian hardwood called garapa for the new deck, and installs it with a hidden fastening system. Carpenter Chris Aguiar uses a jig to cut straight red cedar shingles into a wave pattern designed by the architect, then passes them up to George Duarte for installation at the top of the side gable. Inside, Andy shows master carpenter Norm Abram the progress on the flooring, which is four- inch strip red oak, and the simple details on the interior trim that will let the water views take center stage. Host Kevin O'Connor heads to Providence to meet designer Lisa Newman Paratore at her design shop to see her sense of style, and what she is pulling together for the project. Back in Barrington, Norm meets architectural millwork specialist Mark White to see the decorative polyurethane brackets he's brought for use on the exterior, and he explains why polyurethane is a better choice than PVC stock for this application.
Andrew Tiplady Builder - Remodeler
Lisa Newman Interiors
NuImage 8700 Series Retractable Awning 4945; Fabric: Taupe Tailored Bar Stripe
Architectural Elements, Inc.
Spectis Moulders Inc.
Ask This Old House - Episode #1022
Contractor Angelo McRae helps a homeowner tile his bathroom floor. Then, general contractor Tom Silva heads to Washington D.C. to help a homeowner weatherstrip her front door.
Tiling a Bathroom Floor
Contractor Angelo McRae helps a homeowner tile a bathroom floor. He explains how to layout the tile and demonstrates how to apply the thinset and set the tile.
Where to find it?
Expert assistance on this project was provided by:
The one-inch hexagonal tile that Angelo installed was provided by:
400 Arsenal Street
Watertown, MA 02472
Weatherstripping a Front Door
Tom helps a homeowner add weatherstripping to her front door.
Where to find it?
The corner grooving tool and the weatherstripping that Tom installed may be purchased or rented from:
The replacement weatherstripping that Tom showed at the barn is available at home centers and hardware stores.