This Old House Hour

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  • TV-G
  • 2002
  • 17 Seasons
  • 7.7  (761)

This Old House Hour is about renovating and remodeling older historic homes. This show picks two houses to remodel and improve each year. Their jobs are usually so big they can only finish around two or three homes in one year. The crew of this show does the improvements one step at a time and teaches you the tools and techniques you need to be able to do yourself on your own home. This Old House shows their viewers the newest technology and craftsmanship that will help you update your home. They give you ideas and information that will help you change any room and conform it to your desire. You will learn the correct way to paint, repair plumbing issues, refinishing wood floors and repairing roof problems. It does not matter if your home is not an older or historic home. This show will teach you and show you ways to improve any home. They will give you ideas and tips on how to spruce up any room or outside your home to make it more modern. If you are wanting to redo your kitchen, you will learn how to change the colors, cabinets, counter tops and even redo the lighting to make your kitchen more pleasant and updated. The crew will renovate or remodel things from start to finish step by step and give you instructions on how to repair, renew and remodel your home. They will show you what tools you will need and instructions on how to use the tools the correct way. When renovating an entire room they will show you different materials, colors and lighting that could be used and why you would choose them. This helps you create ideas that will help you choose what is best for you and your home. This show also points out and shows you what signs to look for if your home has mold, mildew, fire hazards due to wiring or worn out outlets. You will learn how to correctly and safely replace outlets and wiring. If you have rust in your water, they will teach you ways to repair your plumbing and what piping to use to help prevent the rust. If you are interested in learning the newest and modern technology and techniques to remodel or renovate your home or room, this show will give you that and more. You will learn the tools, techniques, and instructions that will help you finish any ideas you have for your home. Whether you or a contractor is renovating your home or rooms, you will know the correct and proper way of doing so. You will know what tools and materials you will need to achieve your goal.

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Powering Net Zerol Concrete Walkway
7. Powering Net Zerol Concrete Walkway
January 17, 2019
Tom discusses difference between blueboard and drywall, and the solar array is properly sized. Jeff and Tom install a wood ceiling. In the second half: Mark replaces a concrete walkway with brick, and Kevin builds a table with Jimmy DiResta.
Designing Their Dream Home; Robotic Construction
6. Designing Their Dream Home; Robotic Construction
January 10, 2019
Richard demonstrates how a heat pump works. Stone veneer is applied and a wall hung toilet is installed. Don builds his powder room vanity with Tom. In the second half: Tom builds a swing set and Ross explores automated construction.
Ramp Up the R Valuel Crown Molding
5. Ramp Up the R Valuel Crown Molding
November 1, 2018
Tom installs crown molding and Mauro teaches wallpaper stripping. Meanwhile, insulation starts in Jamestown.
A Charleston Family House is Reborn; Garage heater
4. A Charleston Family House is Reborn; Garage heater
October 25, 2018
Summary not available
HVAC of the Future; Stone Walkway
3. HVAC of the Future; Stone Walkway
October 18, 2018
Summary not available
Net Zero From the Ground Up; Window Repair
2. Net Zero From the Ground Up; Window Repair
October 11, 2018
Old shingles with asbestos are removed and a new foundation is formed in a factory. Kevin tours Jamestown. In the second half: Tom repairs a basement window; and Ross visits NASA to learn about the International Space Station.
The Net Zero Bungalow; Plunge Pool
1. The Net Zero Bungalow; Plunge Pool
October 4, 2018
In the Season 17 premiere, Tom and Kevin tour their next project, a 1920s Rhode Island bungalow that will become a larger net zero house. In the second half: Jenn installs a new type of pool; and Richard installs a heat pump water tank in Florida.
This Old House
This Old House

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Description

This Old House Hour is about renovating and remodeling older historic homes. This show picks two houses to remodel and improve each year. Their jobs are usually so big they can only finish around two or three homes in one year. The crew of this show does the improvements one step at a time and teaches you the tools and techniques you need to be able to do yourself on your own home.

This Old House shows their viewers the newest technology and craftsmanship that will help you update your home. They give you ideas and information that will help you change any room and conform it to your desire. You will learn the correct way to paint, repair plumbing issues, refinishing wood floors and repairing roof problems.

It does not matter if your home is not an older or historic home. This show will teach you and show you ways to improve any home. They will give you ideas and tips on how to spruce up any room or outside your home to make it more modern. If you are wanting to redo your kitchen, you will learn how to change the colors, cabinets, counter tops and even redo the lighting to make your kitchen more pleasant and updated.

The crew will renovate or remodel things from start to finish step by step and give you instructions on how to repair, renew and remodel your home. They will show you what tools you will need and instructions on how to use the tools the correct way. When renovating an entire room they will show you different materials, colors and lighting that could be used and why you would choose them. This helps you create ideas that will help you choose what is best for you and your home.

This show also points out and shows you what signs to look for if your home has mold, mildew, fire hazards due to wiring or worn out outlets. You will learn how to correctly and safely replace outlets and wiring. If you have rust in your water, they will teach you ways to repair your plumbing and what piping to use to help prevent the rust.

If you are interested in learning the newest and modern technology and techniques to remodel or renovate your home or room, this show will give you that and more. You will learn the tools, techniques, and instructions that will help you finish any ideas you have for your home. Whether you or a contractor is renovating your home or rooms, you will know the correct and proper way of doing so. You will know what tools and materials you will need to achieve your goal.

This Old House Hour is a series that is currently running and has 17 seasons (410 episodes). The series first aired on October 10, 2002.

Where to Watch This Old House Hour

This Old House Hour is available for streaming on the PBS website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch This Old House Hour on demand at and PBS.

  • Premiere Date
    October 10, 2002
  • IMDB Rating
    7.7  (761)