ASK This Old House | Custom Screen Door, Paint Trim (S18 E18) FULL EPISODE



Ross tests out some new smart lighting configurations; Tom helps a homeowner build a custom screen door to fit her unique front entryway; Richard gives some general advice on maintaining a washing machine; Mauro teaches a homeowner some techniques to paint old 1960s wood trim with a varnish on it.

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Ross demonstrated the Aurora Smart Bulb Dimmer, which is designed to work with Philips Hue light bulbs and is manufactured by Lutron.

To build the frame of the door, Tom used 5/4” x 8” x 8’ straight grain fir. For exterior doors, Tom finds it very important to prevent the wood from warping in any direction, which is why he recommended using a combination of a half lap and a floating tenon for the joinery. To make those cuts, he used a Domino Joiner, which is manufactured by Festool and a Jobsite Saw Pro, which is manufactured by SawStop.

To trim the door to size, Tom used a TS 55 circular saw, which is also manufactured by Festool.

The corner accent brackets and the antique hardware were either found or salvaged by the homeowner, but similar products can be found online, at hardware stores, at specialty woodworking shops, or antique sales/salvage yards. The hinges and the screen door compressor can both be bought at home centers. In this case, Tom used heavy duty screen door hardware to handle the weight of the large door, and two compressors on the top and bottom of the door to control the swing of the heavy door and to ensure it closed tightly.

The screening material they used for the door can be found at any home center. Tom recommends using clamps to slightly bow the door during the installation of the screen to ensure a tight fit. To secure the trim pieces over the screen, Tom used a 20V Max Cordless Bradnailer, which is manufactured by Dewalt.

Braided stainless steel washing machine hoses can be found at home centers.

The timed washing machine valve that only keeps pressure on the hoses for a set period of time is the Time Out Automatic Shutoff Valve, manufactured by Keeney Manufacturing Company.

The washing machine valve that only operates when it senses a current draw from the washer is the IntelliFlow, manufactured by Watts.

Both of these valves can be ordered online or from a specialty plumbing supplier.

Mauro explained that in rooms with wood trim that has a finish applied to it, it’s helpful to lightly sand the surface using 220 grit sandpaper to give the paint more to adhere to. For this project, he used a ProSand Contour Sanding Sponge, which is manufactured by Norton Abrasives.

To ensure a solid base for the paint, Mauro primed the trim with Stix Waterborne Bonding Primer, which is manufactured by INSL-X. Mauro decided to do two coats of primer in this case, since he thought it was more important to ensure a strong, even base for the paint.

The other materials Mauro used to paint the trim, including the drop cloths, brushes, painter’s tape, and buckets, can all be found at home centers and paint supply stores.

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Products and Services from this Episode
Smart Lighting
Aurora Smart Bulb Dimmer
Philips Hue light bulbs

Lumber
Baird Brothers Fine Hardwoods

Cutting tools
Domino Joiner manufactured by Festool
Jobsite Saw Pro manufactured by SawStop
TS 55 circular saw manufactured by Festool

Brad nailer
20V Max Cordless Brad nailer manufactured by Dewalt

Timed washing machine valves
Time Out Automatic Shutoff Valve manufactured by Keeney Manufacturing Company
IntelliFlow manufactured by Watts

Sanding tool
ProSand Contour Sanding Sponge manufactured by Norton Abrasives

Primer
Stix Waterborne Bonding Primer manufactured by INSL-X

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Avoiding RV Sales Scams | RV Miles Podcast Episode 204



Welcome to the video version of the RV Miles Podcast. What’s a podcast? A podcast is a modern-day talk radio show, and on this show, we cover multiple topics over the course of 45 mins to an hour, including travel destinations, campground reviews, listener questions, industry interviews, and more. You can find the audio version of this show, perfect for listening to in the car as you run errands or travel to your next destination, on any podcast app, including Apple Podcast and Spotify. Thanks for listening or watching, and now, on with the show!

This week, we dive a bit deeper into avoiding scams that crop up on places like Facebook Marketplace and Craigslist designed to separate prospective RV buyers from their hard-earned money. We have a great tip from Josh the RV Nerd of @Haylett RV Reviews, News, & More about spotless RV shower doors, a question about bear spray, a new book from @RVLove | Marc & Julie Bennett and more!

Chapters:
0:00 Intro
2:03 Canadian Border Opening?
4:33 Where do you need bear spray?
8:10 RV Entrepreneur Summit
11:00 RV Miles Meetups
12:47 Ad Break
14:14 RV Sales Scams
37:10 Ad Break
38:37 Black Tank – So Sick!
42:36 Fresh Tank – Holidaily Brewing Co.
43:54 Fresh Tank – RV Hacks Book
46:05 Tip from Josh the RV Nerd
47:27 Outro

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Kaafir – Zaraan | Lucky Turna | Psycho Web Series’s Song | 3rd Episode Releasing on 16 July



Kaafir – Zaraan | Lucky Turna | Psycho Web Series’s Song | 3rd Episode Releasing on 16 July | New Punjabi Songs 2021 | Latest Punjabi Songs 2021 | Jass Records

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ASK This Old House | Net Zero Community, Live Edge (S16 E26) FULL EPISODE



In Austin, Ross visits a community that plans to have all net zero energy housing; Richard demonstrates the uses of less common wrenches; Tom and Kevin build a console table using a maple slab with a live edge on it.

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Ross visited Whisper Valley, a community located just outside of Austin, Texas that is currently under construction. Every home will have an array of solar panels, spray foam insulation, and geothermal heating and cooling.

Assistance with this segment was provided by Bosch and Taurus Investment Holdings.

Richard demonstrated a variety of less-common wrenches that are all designed to work with the connections around faucets and toilets. For jobs in the basement or other more complicated plumbing jobs, other tools will be required.

The basin wrenches Richard demonstrated, both the standard version and the one with the light, are available at most home centers.

The interchangeable plastic tab/brass connection basin wrench Richard talked about is the EZ Change Faucet Tool, and the other wrench Richard showed is the 2-in-1 One Stop Plumber’s Wrench. Both of these are manufactured by Ridgid.

Tom and Kevin build a console table using a maple slab with a live edge on it. Tom recommends locating a local lumber yard or mill to find live edge slabs. A quick Internet search should help you identify the one closest to you. Give them a call, talk about the project you’d like to do, and see what types of wood they have. Tom and Kevin used a slab of maple from The Rustic Wood Shop.

For a more modern look, Tom ordered hairpin metal legs to attach to the bottom of the table. He used the 48″ I-Semble Hairpin Table Legs, available at Rockler Woodworking and Hardware.

To adhere the two boards together, Tom used wood glue, manufactured by Gorilla Glue.

To finish the slab, Tom applied a coat of amber shellac and then a coat of tung oil. These are both found at home centers and woodworking shops.

All the other tools Tom and Kevin used, including the hammers, chisels, reciprocating saw, sanders and clamps, can be found at home centers and woodworking shops.

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Products and Services from this episode

Adhesive to build a live edge slab table
Category: Materials, Design, Furnishings
Manufacturer
The Gorilla Glue Company
http://www.gorillaglue.com

EZ Change Faucet Tool & 2-in-1 One Stop Plumber’s Wrench
Category: Bathroom, Faucets & Fixtures, Kitchen, Plumbing, Tools
Manufacturer
RIDGID
http://www.ridgid.com

Maple slab to build a console table
Category: Design, Furnishings, Materials
Supplier
The Rustic Wood Shop
https://therusticwoodshop.space

Metal legs to build a live edge slab table
Category: Design, Furnishings, Materials
Manufacturer
Rockler Woodworking & Hardware
http://www.rockler.com

48” I-Semble Hairpin Table Legs

Visit to a Net Zero Neighborhood
Category: Appliances, Building Resources, HVAC, Electrical, Insulation, Side Trip
Side Trip
Whisper Valley
http://www.whispervalleyaustin.com
Expert assistance
Bosch
http://www.bosch.com
Taurus Investment Holdings
http://www.tiholdings.com

About Ask This Old House TV: From the makers of This Old House, America’s first and most trusted home improvement show, Ask This Old House answers the steady stream of home improvement questions asked by viewers across the United States. Covering topics from landscaping to electrical to HVAC and plumbing to painting and more. Ask This Old House features the experts from This Old House, including general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Jenn Nawada, master carpenter Norm Abram, and host Kevin O’Connor. ASK This Old House helps you protect and preserve your greatest investment—your home.

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This Old House | The Net Zero Bungalow (S40 E1) | FULL EPISODE



The fortieth season begins in Newport, Rhode Island where Tommy picks up Kevin and drives him across the bridge to Jamestown to this season’s first project—a 1920’s bungalow

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Kevin is outside The Breakers in Newport, Rhode Island—a magnificent mansion once owned by the Vanderbilt family. A far cry from the Newport mansions, our modest Jamestown home will become a larger net zero house. They meet the owner, Donald Powers, who is also the architect, and he discusses the challenge of making a completely net zero house out of an old house with a new addition. Inside, Kevin meets Dana Powers and their two sons Nate and Theo. Dana takes Kevin on a tour of the house and describes the changes that will be made. In the basement, Richard talks to Kevin about what exists now but also what has to happen to make the house more energy efficient. The two of them visit a completed net zero home outside of Boston to see that this type of a house can still have an architecturally pleasing style. Back in Rhode Island, home builder Jeff Sweenor is introduced. He gives Kevin a tour of the latest Idea House, which is just underway. At the project house, Jeff and the team meet up with the family and demo begins.

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Episode 200 Roy Miles Aka Ghetto Gepetto Interview

Episode 200 Roy Miles aka Ghetto Gepetto Interview



#Biddiies #RoyMiles #GhettoGepetto

I finally made it fam. We Hit 200 Episodes of No Hype and only 165 to go!!!
Thank you so much for taking this ride with me. Today we interview the one and only OG of the Cultures toy game who has a history going back over 20 years. So many Gems to take home from this episode! Roy is a national treasure and honestly, I could have spoken to him for hours but I had to pee so bad I only made it one hour. I hope yall enjoy the interview and I look forward to doing this again.

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This Old House | A Few Good Landscapers (S39 E2) | FULL EPISODE



Tom finishes the forms for the new foundation. Richard gets the house safe for demolition. Roger saves roses and lilacs from being trampled by construction. Mold is found in the basement.

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Kevin finds Tom and the Silva Brothers intern, Michael Barrett, on the side of the house where the kitchen bumpout goes. They finish installing the forms for the foundation, pour the concrete into the forms, and then vibrate the concrete to take out the air.

The demolition team is ready to open up the walls necessary make the changes to the house. Before they can start work, Richard has to make the building safe. He heads to the basement to turn off the gas, water and power lines before the banging begins.

Outside, there are several plants that have sentimental value for Liz and Joe, especially the roses that always bloomed on Liz’s birthday. Roger and his apprentice, Corey Forester, dig up the roses so construction traffic doesn’t trample them. After they are transplanted into pots, Roger will keep the plants at his house until it’s time to replant them at the end of the project.

Corey has been Roger’s apprentice for the past year, ever since he finished his first year as a Marine Reservist. Kevin sits down with Corey to find out why he chose to serve his country and to apprentice in Roger’s landscape world.

Meanwhile, the demo team runs into something you hope you don’t find in the basement – mold. Kevin finds demo expert Ron Peik in the basement as his crew comes up with a plan to remove the mold. Next week, structural changes begin in the kitchen.

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This Old House | Raise the Pergola (S39 E25) | FULL EPISODE



The pergola goes up in the garden of the single house. Ross Trethewey takes a look at the latest in smart home technology. Ultra-modern cabinets are installed in the kitchen. A local craftsman puts the finishing touches on a dining table made of old cypress; At the Elliotborough house, Richard checks out the HVAC plan while repointing begins on the original fireplaces.

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In the back garden of the single house, timber framer Bruno Sutter and his crew install a custom pergola built with the assistance of students from American College of the Building Arts.

Meanwhile, landscape architect Glen Gardner oversees the planting of hydrangeas.

Ross Trethewey tours a smart home that features voice-activated thermostat control, water sensor security systems and lighting with remote-control access and scheduling.

Back at the single house, Patrick Feery begins installing the European kitchen cabinets, factoring in the brick walls and slanted floors.

Kevin meets back up with the local craftsman who’s building a table out of cypress harvested from a river. After allowing it to dry for several weeks, today he’s shaping the edges, sanding and applying multiple coats of shellac.

Over at the Elliotborough house, Richard checks out the rough plumbing and HVAC installation.

On the first floor, Kevin finds mason Carlos repointing the original fireplaces.

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Products and Services from this episode

Custom Dining Room Table
Category: Furnishings, Design, Contractors & Services
Manufacturer
Born Again Heartwoods
http://www.bornagainheartwoods.com

General contractor | Idea House
Category: Building Resources
Contractor
Sweenor Builders
http://www.sweenorbuilders.com

Kitchen Cabinets | Charleston Single House
Category: Cabinets & Hardware, Kitchen
Manufacturer
SieMatic
http://www.siematic.com

Landscape Architect | The Charleston Houses 2018
Category: Landscaping, Contractors & Services
Contractor
Glen Gardner
https://www.gardnerla.com

Pergola design and construction
Category: Generation NEXT, Design, Contractors & Services, Side Trip
Manufacturer
American College of the Building Arts
http://americancollegeofthebuildingarts.com

Plants – Charleston Single House
Category: Landscaping
Supplier
Fast-Growing-Trees
https://www.fast-growing-trees.com

Plumbing Fixtures – The Charleston Houses 2018
Category: Plumbing, Faucets & Fixtures
Manufacturer
Kohler Generators
http://kohlerpower.com

Smart Home Lighting
Category: Lighting, Technology
Manufacturer
Lutron
http://www.lutron.com

Timber Frame Pergola builder
Category: Contractors & Services, Hardscaping, Side Trip
Contractor
Timber Artisans
http://timberartisans.com

About This Old House TV: This Old House is America’s first and most trusted home improvement show. Each season, we renovate two different historic homes—one step at a time—featuring quality craftsmanship and the latest in modern technology. We demystify home improvement and provide ideas and information so, whether you are doing it yourself or hiring out contractors, you’ll know the right way to do things or the questions to ask. Our experts including general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Jenn Nawada, master carpenter Norm Abram, and host Kevin O’Connor give you the tools you need to protect and preserve your greatest investment—your home.

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This Old House | Brick and Mortar (S39 E19) | FULL EPISODE



An old fireplace will house a new stove. Tommy discusses using interior casework with exposed brick. The kitchen house brick needs repointing. Roger tours hidden gardens. Across town, demo continues while Tommy and Judith look at flooring options.

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Kevin finds builder Mark in the old dining room, which will become a new kitchen.

To accommodate the desired cabinet layout, the homeowners have decided their new range should slide into the space currently used as a fireplace. Mark shows Kevin what needs to be done to the fireplace in order to create the space.

With the plan to expose the brick on many of the walls in the house, Mark needs to decide how to handle the original casework around all the windows. He and Tommy discuss the options, and he shows homeowner Scott a mockup of what he thinks will look best for the house.

The brick and mortar in the single house date to the 1840’s. As they restore the kitchen house, they need to repoint the exposed brick. Master mason Mark McCullough has come to Charleston to inspect the old mortar and to check out how they update it down south.

Roger takes a tour of some hidden gardens with the Edwards’ landscape architect, Glen Gardner, starting with another Charleston Single House.

Work is just getting underway at the other project across town. Tommy checks in with a demo expert to see what they are discovering. Many joists and floorboards are rotted.

Judith plans on wood flooring throughout the house. Tommy takes her to a local showroom to discuss what she should consider when making selections.

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Products and Services from this episode

Demolition Crew
Category: Contractors & Services, Building Resources
Contractor
Evans Group Demolition
843.324.2047

Flooring shop
Category: Design, Flooring
Side Trip
Reclaimed Designworks
https://www.reclaimeddesignworks.com

General Contractor – Single House
Category: Contractors & Services
Contractor
Renew Urban
http://www.renewurban.net/

Mortar analysis and production
Category: Masonry, Contractors & Services, Building Resources
Side Trip
LafargeHolcim
https://www.lafargeholcim.com

Roof Demolition
Category: Contractors & Services, Building Resources
Contractor
Strymline Solutions
https://www.facebook.com/Strymlinesolutions/

Visit to historic garden
Category: Landscaping, Design, Contractors & Services
Side Trip
Heyward-Washingon House
https://www.charlestonmuseum.org/historic-houses/heyward-washington-house/
Expert assistance
Glen Gardner
https://www.gardnerla.com
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About This Old House TV: This Old House is America’s first and most trusted home improvement show. Each season, we renovate two different historic homes—one step at a time—featuring quality craftsmanship and the latest in modern technology. We demystify home improvement and provide ideas and information so, whether you are doing it yourself or hiring out contractors, you’ll know the right way to do things or the questions to ask. Our experts including general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Jenn Nawada, master carpenter Norm Abram, and host Kevin O’Connor give you the tools you need to protect and preserve your greatest investment—your home.

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