About The Show

This Old House unlocks America's passion for home improvement by demystifying the process and celebrating old-world craftsmanship with modern technology. From floor to ceiling, projects highlight different architectural styles and renovation issues.

Episodes

Season 35, Episode 6

Jersey Shore: Go With the Flow

Roger meets a State Park Manager to see a natural barrier island, and Norm finds the Bay Head job in limbo as they wait for FEMA to revise the flood maps. In Point Pleasant, New Jersey, Kevin sees how insulated CMU breakaway wall panels are built.

Saturday
Apr 10
9:30am | 8:30c
Season 35, Episode 7

Jersey Shore: Stories from Sea Level

Kevin gets a surfing lesson, and back in Bay Head, New Jersey, the house is lifted to its final height. Norm learns about the difficulties of pouring footings at sea level, and Kevin explains why fiber cement siding is the best choice.

Saturday
Apr 17
8am | 7c
Season 35, Episode 8

Jersey Shore: One Year Later

A year after Hurricane Sandy, Norm and Kevin take stock of recovery along the Jersey Shore. Richard finds a landscaper planting some container gardens, and later, Roger joins Kevin, Norm, and Richard for a wharfside party.

Saturday
Apr 17
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 35, Episode 9

Arlington: A New Project

The crew takes on a 1872 Italianate-style remodel in Arlington, Massachusetts, where the homeowners want to open up the floor plan and make a bigger kitchen. Tom shows Kevin the foundation, bricks that need repointing and a host of other issues.

Saturday
Apr 17
9am | 8c
Season 35, Episode 10

Arlington: Old House Discoveries

Richard investigates an Arlington Heights landmark, and Tom shows Kevin a hidden back staircase. The second-floor joists in the former bath are badly compromised, and Norm sees how preservation carpenters restore an architectural gem in Portland, Maine.

Saturday
Apr 17
9:30am | 8:30c
Season 35, Episode 11

Arlington: Concrete Jungle

Kevin arrives to find Tom doing even more demo than last time, and Mark McCullough gets the new foundation going. Also, Mark and his crew pour a concrete curb while Tom and Kevin break through the living room ceiling and make a breathtaking discovery.

Saturday
Apr 24
8am | 7c
Season 35, Episode 12

Arlington: Quest for a Dry Basement

Tom frames the new roof and an architect explains the logic behind the addition and the new interior spaces on the second floor. Mason Mark McCullough shows Kevin the corner of the failing brick foundation, and Norm helps Tom with a new mudroom entrance.

Saturday
Apr 24
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 35, Episode 13

Arlington: Getting to Level

Tom shows Kevin the new floor plan and levels out the existing concrete floor with help from mason Mark McCullough. Roger discusses options for the front yard with the homeowner while Tom and Norm address the window openings.

Saturday
Apr 24
9am | 8c
Season 35, Episode 14

Arlington: Details on the Addition

Kevin arrives to find windows installed in the new kitchen, and Tom ties in the second-floor addition with matching clapboards. A mason makes a hole in the foundation to receive a new window, and Norm catches up with carpenter Joe Langlais.

Saturday
Apr 24
9:30am | 8:30c
Season 35, Episode 15

Arlington: Arlington Heights

Roger shows Kevin how he plans to let light into the yard, and Richard reviews the benefits of using PEX instead of copper for the water supply lines. And later, Norm gets a history lesson on the neighborhood from a local historian.

Saturday
May 1
8am | 7c
Season 35, Episode 16

Arlington: Italianate Inspiration

A paint color consultant explores options for the exterior, and Norm and Tom patch holes in the veneer floors. Richard presents a solution to the ugly PVC intake, and Kevin meets interior designer Christine Tuttle.

Saturday
May 1
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 35, Episode 17

Arlington: Deadliest Old House?

Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch captain Edgar Hansen is a special guest, and Tom puts him to work patching cracks in the horsehair plaster. Meanwhile, Norm and Tom raise the height of a railing, and Edgar removes an old set of concrete entry stairs.

Saturday
May 1
9am | 8c
Season 35, Episode 18

Arlington: Old World, New World

A local historian reveals the common thread connecting Arlington's historic buildings. Roger uses new granite steps to improve the front entry. Plaster contractor Bob Bucco repairs the moldings, and Norm and Tom get to work fabricating the balustrade.

Saturday
May 1
9:30am | 8:30c
Season 35, Episode 19

Arlington: Hydrangeas and Hail Storms

Roger shows Kevin how to remove a hydrangea with roots undermining the foundation of the house. Tom shows off the final exterior paint color selections and how he's keeping water and dampness at bay in the basement.

Saturday
May 8
8am | 7c
Season 35, Episode 20

Arlington: Water, Water Everywhere

Local historian Richard Duffy offers a look at Arlington's ice harvesting industry. Richard takes on water pressure problems, Tom installs the Brazilian chestnut flooring in the kitchen and Norm installs new gutters.

Saturday
May 8
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 35, Episode 21

Arlington: Brick, Trim and Tile

Roger installs a new front walk using period-appropriate brick. Tom shows Kevin stock trim profiles for the door and window casings and an interior designer helps the homeowner make tile selections at a local showroom.

Saturday
May 8
9am | 8c
Season 35, Episode 22

Arlington: Soapstone, Oval Frame

Kevin finds a contractor making decorative tiles while another contractor works on the soapstone countertops. And later, Norm visits the oldest, continuously operating mill site in the US where David Graf makes an oval mirror frame.

Saturday
May 8
9:30am | 8:30c
Season 35, Episode 23

Arlington: Made In The Shade

Landscape designer Cricket Beauregard reveals her plan for the front yard while a fence contractor installs a PVC fence and arbor. Eric Ferrante shows Kevin a herringbone pattern in the powder room, and Tom builds a sliding barn door using salvaged wood.

Saturday
May 15
8am | 7c
Season 35, Episode 24

Arlington: Decorative Details

Norm arrives to install the new island top for the kitchen, and Kevin meets the homeowner and a designer to see how the vision for the house evolved. Tom builds an electronics nook, and tile contractor Mark Ferrante grouts pebble tiles.

Saturday
May 15
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 35, Episode 25

Arlington: Vent Hood, Garbage Disposers, Crown Molding

Roger's team rolls out fresh sod, and Tom installs a ceiling medallion made with a 3D printer and conceals a vent hood unit for the stove. Richard shows Kevin how to select a garbage disposal, and Norm gives a lesson in crown molding.

Saturday
May 15
9am | 8c
Season 35, Episode 26

Arlington: Italianate Renaissance

The exterior look is finished with a pair of classically inspired urns. The homeowner checks out the finished basement spaces, bedrooms and baths, and and the entire group gathers in the kitchen to celebrate this beautiful Italianate home.

Saturday
May 15
9:30am | 8:30c
Season 38, Episode 1

Arlington: Arts and Crafts Class Begins

Kevin, Norm, Roger, Richard and Tommy return to Arlington, MA, to take on an Arts and Crafts house built in 1909. Kevin tours the first floor with the homeowners while Norm reviews the second and third floors. Later, the homeowner demolishes the kitchen.

Saturday
May 22
8am | 7c
Season 38, Episode 2

Arlington: A New Look, Inside and Out

The design process begins at interior designer Jill Goldberg's shop in Boston's South End as homeowner Emily sorts through colors and wallpaper ideas. At the house, the plaster walls are carefully demolished and Kim presents her first landscape plan.

Saturday
May 22
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 38, Episode 3

Arlington: Make Way for the Family Room

Tommy and Kevin replace a 100-year-old wooden beam with a steel beam to support the new addition. Then, the old oil tank is drained and removed, and digging for the new foundation begins.

Saturday
May 22
9am | 8c
Season 38, Episode 4

Arlington: Foundation Fundamentals

A new foundation is built using insulated concrete forms and precast stairs while the old, exposed foundation gets reinforced and waterproofed. Later, the homeowner goes shopping for specimen trees.

Saturday
May 22
9:30am | 8:30c
Season 38, Episode 5

Arlington: A Steely Den

Steel beams are trucked to the site where Tommy supervises the addition. Then, Richard starts an HVAC plan for the second floor, and Tommy’s crew demos the front porch.

Saturday
May 29
8am | 7c