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How to Install a Security Alarm System | This Old House

Back in Russell Woods, Scott Caron learns about the installation of a security system to keep the Detroit house safe. SUBSCRIBE to This Old House: http://bit.ly/SubscribeThisOldHouse. Back at the Russell Woods project in Detroit, electrician Scott Caron meets Wes Kasperski, who is installing an alarm system to keep the project house protected during renovation. Looking for more step by step…

This Old House | Final Touches (S39E15) | FULL EPISODE

Kevin finds Tommy and Charlie installing a fireback. Roger returns the flowers he saved. The island countertop goes on. Kevin watches a crew install a garage door. The wood stove arrives. SUBSCRIBE to This Old House: http://bit.ly/SubscribeThisOldHouse. The crew is in high gear putting on finishing touches at the house in Newton. Kevin finds Tommy and Charlie at the kitchen…

Home Team Heroes: Dallas Project | Lowe’s Home Team

#loweshomeimprovement #LowesHomeTeam Lowe’s, the Dallas Cowboys, and the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Dallas surprise one deserving family with help renovating their home and a special surprise from Dallas Cowboys’ wide receiver CeeDee Lamb. Subscribe to Lowe’s YouTube: http://bit.ly/1blLmvD or head to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/Lowes For more ideas to improve your home, check out Lowe’s How-To Library or our…

How to Blow in Cellulose Insulation | This Old House

Tom Silva helps Detroit homeowner Frank blow in insulation from the outside. SUBSCRIBE to This Old House: http://bit.ly/SubscribeThisOldHouse. Due to a unique ceiling design in the study, proper insulation is a challenge. Detroit homeowner Frank works with Tom Silva and Kevin O’Connor to blow in new insulation from the roof. Looking for more step by step guidance on how to…

Miracle’s Story | The Homer Fund

The Home Depot’s employee assistance program, The Homer Fund, has granted more than $1.8 million to help associates impacted by COVID-19. For Miracle, that meant the ability to stay home with her son when his care facility closed. Learn more about our grant programs at THDHomerFund.org and follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/HomerFund. #TheHomeDepot #HomeImprovement #DIY SUBSCRIBE to The Home Depot:…

Thank You to Our Associates from The Home Depot

Our 400,000 Associates have helped our company and, more importantly, our customers move mountains this year. They have worked tirelessly around the clock to redirect shipments of protective equipment to first responders, install plexiglass, count customers, and reconfigure store layouts to keep everyone safer. They helped more people do more projects than any year before. To our incredible Associates, thank…

How to Source and Install a Marble Kitchen Countertop | This Old House

Kevin O’Connor travels to Danby, VT to see marble sliced into slabs. One of those slabs is cut into the shape of the Arlington kitchen island. Kevin joins homeowner Emily at a nearby fabrication facility where they work together to identify the best section of the slab for the island. Then Kevin meets Richard Trethewey in the kitchen as the…

How to Install a Dog Door for a Large Dog | This Old House

Kevin O’Connor helps Tom Silva build the Arlington family dog Soleil her own special door from the mudroom to the sideyard. Why does she need her own door? Soleil is a 125-pound Newfoundland SUBSCRIBE to This Old House: http://bit.ly/SubscribeThisOldHouse. Soleil is the Arlington homeowners 125-pound Newfoundland dog and she used to have her own door to go outside before the…

How to Restore an Antique Door | This Old House

The Arlington homeowners decided to save the original front door but wanted a specialty shop to correct the mistakes it sustained over the years. Kevin O’Connor visits a restoration shop in Needham, MA where they will make this original Arts and Crafts door whole again. Refinished and rehung, Tom Silva shows a special machine iused to route a slot for…

Husky 4.5-Gal. Air Compressor | The Home Depot

The Husky 4.5 Gal. Portable Electric-Powered Silent Air Compressor is a quiet solution for your small pneumatic tool and inflation needs. With less than 65 decibels of noise, you can chat while running two tools at once. See our Husky Garage Storage playlist to get organized: https://thd.co/38Y9irv Visit our Husky 4.5 Gal. Silent Air Compressor page for product specs and…