This Old House

Arlington Italianate | Arlington Heights

Arborist Matt Foti does some selective tree pruning, while Richard revisits the benefits of using PEX instead of copper for the water supply lines. Norm tours an 1872 Stick Style home in the neighborhood, and Tom shows Kevin how to convert a former doorjamb into a cased opening.
  • Arlington Italianate | Italianate Renaissance
  • Arlington Italianate |Vent Hood, Garbage Disposers, Crown Mo
  • Arlington Italianate | Decorative Details
  • Arlington Italianate | Made In The Shade
  • Arlington Italianate | Soapstone, Oval Frame
  • Arlington Italianate | Brick, Trim, and Tile
  • Arlington Italianate | Water, Water Everywhere
  • Arlington Italianate | Hydrangeas and Hail Storms
  • Arlington Italianate | Old World, New World
  • Arlington Italianate | Deadliest Old House?
  • Arlington Italianate | Italianate Inspiration
  • Arlington Italianate | Arlington Heights
  • Arlington Italianate | Details on an Addition
  • Arlington Italianate | Getting to Level
  • Arlington Italianate | Quest for a Dry Basement
  • Arlington Italianate | Concrete Jungle
  • Arlington Italianate | Old House Discoveries (Arlington
  • Jersey Shore | One Year Later
  • Jersey Shore | Stories from Sea Level
  • Jersey Shore | Go With the Flow
  • Jersey Shore | Lines in the Sand
  • Jersey Shore | Built for Speed
  • Jersey Shore | Getting to Work
  • Jersey Shore | Drastic Measures


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