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Our Mid-Century house mixes stained and painted siding, typical of this style of architecture. Kevin finds Tom using two methods for the corner edge detail. The stone wall on the front of our house was in rough shape and the sewer work took it over the edge. It’s Mark McCullough’s job to put it back together. But first he has to find a source for puddingstone. 13 years ago we tackled our first mid-century modern, a rundown house in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Tom and Kevin go back to the house to compare that project to our Brookline mid-century. Back at the house, rough electric is well underway. Kevin finds our electrician, Heath Eastman, installing modern LED downlights in the kitchen. Our old house handled rain water by sending it to the town sewer. That’s no longer allowed. Jenn and Kevin find Roger’s crew installing two large tanks under the new driveway. They will filter and store the runoff.
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This Old House | What’s the Miter with the Corner (S40 E22) | FULL EPISODE