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A back-to-back presentation of "This Old House" and "Ask This Old House," a spinoff from a section of This Old House Magazine that features viewers of the show asking the experts about home repair and improvement projects.

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The Cape Ann project begins with a major renovation of an 1890s shingle style home; visits to different national parks; house calls.
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A tour of the completed Dutch Colonial; installing a ceiling light; trowels; building a storage rack.
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Hanging the TVs and curtains; installing the outdoor lights; refurbishing the flagpole; working with Jenn Largesse on a stoop; adding a fireplace insert.
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Building a pergola; assembling old shutters; restoring a beehive oven; repairing a toilet; working with maker Jimmy DiResta.

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