Ask This Old House

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  • TV-G
  • 2002
  • 22 Seasons
  • 8.0  (392)

Ask This Old House is a long-running television program that has been airing on PBS since 2002. The show is a spin-off of the popular home renovation series This Old House, and features a team of knowledgeable experts who travel the country to help homeowners tackle their home improvement projects.

One of the main hosts of the show is Richard Trethewey, who has been with the This Old House brand since 1979. Trethewey is a licensed master plumber who is known for his expertise in all things plumbing and heating. On Ask This Old House, he shares his knowledge with viewers and helps them tackle plumbing and heating projects in their homes.

Another key member of the Ask This Old House team is Norm Abram. Abram has been a fixture on This Old House since 1979 as well, and is known for his impressive carpentry skills. On Ask This Old House, he helps homeowners with carpentry projects such as building a deck or adding crown molding to a room.

In addition to Trethewey and Abram, Ask This Old House also features Roger Cook, who is the show's landscaper. Cook is a horticulturist who has been with the This Old House brand since the 1980s. On Ask This Old House, he helps homeowners with their landscaping projects and shares his knowledge of gardening and lawn care.

The fourth and final host of Ask This Old House is Kevin O'Connor, who has been with the show since 2003. O'Connor is the host and general contractor, and he helps homeowners with a wide range of home improvement projects. He also acts as a liaison between the homeowners and the other experts on the show, coordinating their efforts to get each project done efficiently and effectively.

Each episode of Ask This Old House features a different homeowner with a unique home improvement project. The hosts travel to the homeowner's location and work with them to solve their particular issue. Along the way, they offer advice and guidance on how to approach similar projects in the future, providing viewers with valuable DIY tips and tricks.

One of the things that sets Ask This Old House apart from other home improvement shows is its focus on educating homeowners. The experts on the show take the time to explain each step of the project in detail, helping viewers understand how they can tackle similar projects on their own. This educational approach has made the show popular with DIY enthusiasts, as well as homeowners who are simply looking to learn more about home improvement.

Overall, Ask This Old House is an informative and engaging show that offers practical advice for homeowners looking to improve their homes. With a knowledgeable and experienced team of hosts, the show has become a trusted source of information for DIY enthusiasts and homeowners alike.

Ask This Old House is a series that is currently running and has 22 seasons (539 episodes). The series first aired on October 10, 2002.

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Wildfire Mitigation
16. Wildfire Mitigation
February 22, 2024
Jenn learns about firescaping; Tom fire hardens a home; Richard learns about goat weeding.
Invasive Plants; Bidet Toilet
15. Invasive Plants; Bidet Toilet
February 15, 2024
Lee cleans up a backyard by removing invasive plants; Mark discusses chimney caps and how to know if you need one; Richard installs a bidet toilet and shares what bidet options are available.
Paint Wood Paneling; Play Kitchen
14. Paint Wood Paneling; Play Kitchen
February 8, 2024
Painting wood panelling; shrub pruning tools; building a mud kitchen.
Lathe Turned Segmented Bowl
13. Lathe Turned Segmented Bowl
February 1, 2024
Heath shares his tips and tools homeowners can use to identify and label home circuit breakers; Tom discusses his hobby of lathe turning; Then, in Build It he turns a segmented bowl.
Hot Water, DiResta Leather Tote
12. Hot Water, DiResta Leather Tote
January 25, 2024
Troubleshooting a shower with no hot water; Jimmy DiResta makes a leather tote bag.
Garage Graffiti, Nursery Closet
11. Garage Graffiti, Nursery Closet
January 18, 2024
Nathan shares his love of flea markets; Mauro cleans up a garage by painting over graffiti; Ross shares the importance of radon testing; Nathan helps ready a nursery by installing closet shelving.
Window to Door Conversion
10. Window to Door Conversion
January 11, 2024
Nathan gives a homeowner a backyard entrance by converting a window into a backdoor; The team discusses dealbreakers homeowners should consider when looking to buy a home without major renovations.
Paint Front Door, Generator Selection
9. Paint Front Door, Generator Selection
January 4, 2024
Heath shares what factors to consider when selecting a generator and the options available; Jenn shows how to build a worm farm; Mauro heads to Oklahoma to repaint a homeowner's front door.
Winter Prep, Miter Saw Station
8. Winter Prep, Miter Saw Station
November 16, 2023
Lee shares key tools and products in a winter weather kit; Richard shares a unique water heater; Mark shares homeowner-friendly masonry tools; Tom and Kevin build a new miter saw station.
Rain Garden, Wrought Iron Railing
7. Rain Garden, Wrought Iron Railing
November 9, 2023
Jenn creates a rain garden; Ross explains moisture meters; Mark installs a railing.
Double Pane Window, Paint Bench
6. Double Pane Window, Paint Bench
November 2, 2023
Mauro shares the importance of prep work. Then, he and Kevin whitewash an outdoor bench; Tom learns how double-pane glass is made and then repairs a broken window.
Generator Hookup, Brick Lintel Repair
5. Generator Hookup, Brick Lintel Repair
October 26, 2023
Installing a generator hookup to a home's circuit board; asbestos and options for mitigation; fixing an insufficient lintel repair on an 1833 home.
Creosote Removal; Utility Cover
4. Creosote Removal; Utility Cover
October 19, 2023
Nathan heads to Tulsa, OK, to build a replacement utility cover; Ross discusses low-level carbon monoxide exposure and differences in CO detectors and monitors; Mark helps a homeowner clean out creosote build-up in their brick kitchen fireplace. Show less
Shower Valve Repair; Sloped Landscape
3. Shower Valve Repair; Sloped Landscape
October 12, 2023
"Ask This Old House" celebrates Lee Gilliam; Lee and Jenn refresh an eroding sloped yard.
String Lights; Kitchen Painting
2. String Lights; Kitchen Painting
October 5, 2023
Heath assists a homeowner in installing remote-controlled patio string lights over their backyard patio.Mauro color matches and repaints a homeowner's classic aqua kitchen cabinet.Tom discusses specialized levels for various types of work. Show less
Girl Scout Community Garden
1. Girl Scout Community Garden
September 28, 2023
Jenn and Nathan team up to help his nieces' Girl Scout troop rebuild and replant their community garden beds.
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Where to Watch Ask This Old House
Ask This Old House is available for streaming on the PBS website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Ask This Old House on demand at Apple TV Channels, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Apple TV, PBS, Tubi TV, Pluto TV and Peacock.
  • Premiere Date
    October 10, 2002
  • IMDB Rating
    8.0  (392)