Season 24, Episode 22 This Old House
First Aired: March 6, 2003
Carpenters work outdoors in winter to install cedar siding to the kitchen being renovated in Lake Forest, Ill. And inside, plumbing-heating expert Richard Trethewey shows off the radiant-heating system he installed under the floor and in the walls of the greenhouse-turned-eating nook. Meanwhile, there's good news and bad news regarding the steel beam that was placed under the kitchen floor. It did level the bumps but it caused plaster to crack elsewhere in the house. Also: host Steve Thomas and historian Paul Bergmann tour a 1911 Lakefront mansion designed by Chicago architect Raymond Marshall.
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