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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This Old House | HVAC of the Future (S40 E3) | FULL EPISODE



Jeff shows Kevin how he’s framing the net zero house. Richard demonstrates heat loss and gain to design a balanced HVAC system. He and Don visit the International Builders Show.

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Now that the house is open, Kevin can see the old wiring and plumbing.

Jeff shows studs placed farther apart than the traditional practice, decreasing the amount thermal bridges which allow for heat to escape. Kevin helps him build a wall with insulated headers. They also frame the corners differently to allow for more insulation. With a model of the new project house, Richard shows what sun exposure and ventilation can do to a building. He and Donald show the latest technology from the International Builders Show. Now that the project house is opened up inside, Jeff points out a plumbing error made long ago. Electrician Ben Giles shows old knob and tube wiring that was still in use until demo started. He will soon strip out all the old wiring.

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