Season 2, Episode 1

Portland, OR: Stone Balusters and Glass Door

Restoration Realities visits Portland, Ore., and the home of Francene and Tim Grewe. We also visit a factory to learn the technique of mold-making. This fun and unpretentious middle-aged couple purchased a 1909 Queen Anne house made of poured concrete stone blocks. They were looking for something special, something historic, and they found it in this unusual home that looks like a stone castle. Their biggest restoration challenge is on the outside where the original poured stone porch is deteriorating.
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