16 episodes

If you're a fan of Ask This Old House on TV, you’ll love the Ask This Old House podcast. Hosted by This Old House Editor Chris Ermides, you'll hear from home enthusiasts around the country, who ask questions about the toughest projects in their homes. Learn from trusted This Old House experts, including Tom Silva, Richard Trethewey, Jenn Nawada, Heath Eastman, Charlie Silva, Ross Trethewey, Mauro Henrique, and Mark McCullough, who share tips and tricks to help listeners tackle their home improvement projects with confidence.

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    • 4.6 • 119 Ratings

If you're a fan of Ask This Old House on TV, you’ll love the Ask This Old House podcast. Hosted by This Old House Editor Chris Ermides, you'll hear from home enthusiasts around the country, who ask questions about the toughest projects in their homes. Learn from trusted This Old House experts, including Tom Silva, Richard Trethewey, Jenn Nawada, Heath Eastman, Charlie Silva, Ross Trethewey, Mauro Henrique, and Mark McCullough, who share tips and tricks to help listeners tackle their home improvement projects with confidence.

    Replacing Wood Stair Treads

    Replacing Wood Stair Treads

    Old houses can be full of surprises, both good and not so great. If you’re lucky, you can stumble upon a good surprise—like original hardwood floors underneath old carpeting. Listen as This Old House Builder Charlie Silva gives tips to homeowners on how to save their original wooden staircase that was ruined by roofing nails and carpeting.
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    • 13 min
    Installing Central AC in a Historic Home

    Installing Central AC in a Historic Home

    We love old houses, but sometimes renovating them can lead to frustration. While construction on older homes is known to be sturdy, many of them come without modern conveniences—like central air conditioning. In this episode, This Old House Home Technology Expert Ross Trethewey gives advice to homeowners on how to add an efficient central air system to a historic 1913 row house in Washington, D.C.
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    • 19 min
    Fixing Sinking Patio Pavers

    Fixing Sinking Patio Pavers

    Have you ever had a home improvement project done professionally, only to see it fall apart a few years later? In this episode, This Old House Mason Mark McCullough helps a homeowner whose patio pavers rise and push into the backyard after every winter.
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    • 16 min
    Updating a Tired Bathroom

    Updating a Tired Bathroom

    Looking to give your bathroom a facelift? In this episode, This Old House Builder Charlie Silva gives tips to a homeowner on how to upgrade her tired-looking sink and shower fixtures, as well as deal with a leak coming from behind the grout, to create a more relaxing and peaceful space.
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    • 19 min
    How to Hang Holiday Lights Outside

    How to Hang Holiday Lights Outside

    It’s that time of year again—time to pull out the festive holiday lights and start decorating the exterior of your home. If you’re stuck trying to figure out how you’re going to wire and plug in all of these lights, This Old House Master Electrician Heath Eastman explains how to safely plug in lights—especially if your home is missing an exterior outlet. 
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    • 17 min
    Saving a Sinking Kitchen Sink

    Saving a Sinking Kitchen Sink

    Small home improvement projects can sometimes leave you stumped. Listen as This Old House Carpenter Nathan Gilbert helps a homeowner whose kitchen sink doesn’t meet the underside of the countertop, leaving a large gap for water to leak inside of the cabinet.  
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    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
119 Ratings

119 Ratings

kpc dover ,

Left hanging…

Podcast was a great 1st season… what happened? Season 2 should be in mid season form by this point. Please put out more content. Thanks

jvsd2003 ,

Fun and accessible

Totally want more of these! Love the show and love this podcast already. Great job TOH!

ReneeReader ,

Helpful for new homeowners

This podcast helps with some of the little things and topics I need to know about fixing my home. I’m kinda handy but not very experienced. The host helps interpret the homeowners’ issue and follows up to make sure the expert comes across well in audio. I personally like the repetition because I’m visualizing my own sticking door or whatever the first time through. There’s room for improvement but please keep them coming!

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