Lauren and Dan own an amazing stone home in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania that dates back to the 1850s. The summer kitchen is a separate structure that was historically used to keep the heat from cooking away from the main house. The exterior is in great condition, but the interior is crumbling, and the massive original cooking fireplace needs some serious attention. Jeff and his team attempt to restore the fireplace to its original condition and remove the ceiling boards to expose the original rafters, but they run into problems when they try to repurpose the ceiling boards as flooring on the ground level.
Carpenter Jeff Devlin is recruited by homeowners Scott and Rhonda to fully restore the first floor sunroom, living room and dining room of their 1700s stone home. Jeff and his team work to remove layers of caked on paint from an original stone fireplace and run into a snag while sandblasting. They also try to restore the original ceiling boards and flooring, and Jeff builds period-inspired storage pieces for the living room. Then he and his contractor, Tony, strike gold when they find a pile of walnut slabs that they transform into a stunning dining room table.
Carpenter Jeff Devlin heads to the home of Jodie and JP to check out the original second floor of their 1803 stone home. The space has been sectioned off over time, and the homeowners want a more cohesive master suite that evokes the home's history. Jeff and his team rip the space apart, moving walls and doors and attempting to uncover as much history as they can. They run into one challenge after another as they tackle the fireplace wall and struggle to achieve Jodie's dream of a classic clawfoot tub. Jeff also makes a four-poster bed by hand and transforms an old dresser into a bathroom vanity.
Jeff is called on to renovate a dated kitchen believed to be in the same spot as the original one that was built in the 1800s. He's also been tasked with transforming the adjacent mudroom and uncovering the original open-hearth fireplace hiding behind the kitchen wall. By restoring much of the kitchen's history, Jeff and team are able to bring in a classic farmhouse style to the home.
Jeff meets Allen and Kathleen, a couple who wants him to restore three rooms in the original portion of their 1790 home. Their living room's original floors are covered up, their game room has a dated 1960s fireplace and their family room lacks any historic character. Jeff and his team dig into each space, uncovering a few unique original details and adding other historic features, like a reclaimed barnwood ceiling. Then, Jeff finds an amazing surprise while exploring the couple's barn, and works to use his find in the new space.
Jeff is recruited to restore a 1740 stone home that sits behind couple Kelly and Rob's suburban 1990s home. They call it the "little house," and it sat right in the middle of the action of one of the most famous Revolutionary War battles. Now, the little house sits unused, so they ask Jeff to restore as much history as he can and turn it into a space they can use for entertaining and relaxing. Jeff and his contractors discover a few surprises while unearthing the original fireplace, and Jeff also builds a colonial-inspired cage bar to add a stunning historic feature to the space.