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The Best of Ask This Old House
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The Best of Ask This Old House

The Best of Ask This Old House

The Best of Ask This Old House

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COMBO 3, "SURVIVAL KIT"

  • 2-DVD set, The Best of Ask This Old House
  • PowerLock Tape Measure with Ask This Old House Logo
  • 3- Month Subscription, This Old House Magazine

2-DVD SET, The Best of Ask This Old House

EXCLUSIVE to PBS stations November 27, 2010 - March 31, 2011

EXTRA material (Printable Photo Gallery, Home Improvement Articles, Project Information)

Need help with a project around your house? The experts at ASK THIS OLD HOUSE are ready to lend a hand. We’ll show you how to tackle many common projects inside and outside your home—everything from installing a tile backsplash to building a backyard firepit. Each project includes clear, step-by-step guidance from trusted contractors with years of on-the-job experience. You’ll learn basic home improvement skills and the tricks-of-the-trade that will give you the knowledge and confidence to complete any project successfully.

This 2-DVD set contains over 6 hours of home improvement instruction plus hundreds of photographs of completed renovations to inspire you and help you select the right materials for your project. You’ll also find many helpful articles from the pages of This Old House Magazine. With so much great information, this DVD may become the most useful tool in your toolbox!

DVD Tracks


Stanley PowerLock Tape Measure with Ask This Old House Logo

Chrome-plated case tape measure with Ask this Old House logo features a Mylar polyester film coated blade for superior protection, as well as a 7-foot tape stand out feature.

Standard features include:

  • Lockable blade for precise measurements and minimal slippage
  • Belt hook for easy access
  • 1-inch wide blade for easy reading
  • 25 feet long


3- Month Subscription, This Old House Magazine

This Old House is a magazine for homeowners in search of practical, affordable, and inspirational ideas for enhancing and maintaining their homes. What they find is a balance of step-by-step instruction for DIY interior and landscape projects; lively how-to’s about keeping contractors on the level and saving money on remodels; expert tool and product reviews; and handsome feature stories showcasing fine craftsmanship and elegant architectural design.

What You Can Expect in Each Issue

Detailed information, illustration, and photography that provides an understanding of the tools, materials and techniques required to renovate a home, as well as how to work more effectively with architects, contractors, and designers. Regular sections:

  • Idea File Inspirational: “before and after” kitchen and bathroom remodeling projects; and virtual makeover schemes for dated home exteriors.
  • TOH TV: Take-home lessons gleaned from This Old House television’s current house projects.
  • Upgrades: How to get high-end looks—both indoors and out—for less; expert shopping advice for scoring the best deals on a range of household fixtures and appliances; comparative analysis of home improvement materials and finishes; and ideas for “greening” interiors and landscapes.
  • Home Solutions: Money-saving tips and easy DIY spruce-up projects; need-to-know news related to home safety and finance; and This Old House’s “remodeling therapists” answer reader questions and help them steer clear of home improvement pitfalls.
  • How-to Projects: Creative recycling projects for salvaged house parts; easy step-by-step plans for weekend re-modelers; tutorials on how all those “whaddaya call it” household systems and appliances actually work.
  • Ask This Old House: Expert troubleshooting for a range of problems submitted by the This Old House community; reader tool tests; TOH TV master carpenter Norm Abram’s shares his tricks of the trade.
  • Feature Articles: Best bang-for-your-buck ways to boost curb appeal; tips and tricks to save space and get organized; round-ups of winning room designs; period-perfect whole house renovation projects; and “All About” guides to building materials, fixtures, and finishes.
Please allow for 6 – 8 weeks for delivery of any thank you gifts 

The Best of Ask This Old House

The Best of Ask This Old House

$85
Pledge Now!

COMBO 2, "GIFT SET"

  • 2-DVD set, The Best of Ask This Old House
  • 3- Month Subscription, This Old House Magazine

2-DVD SET, The Best of Ask This Old House

EXCLUSIVE to PBS stations November 27, 2010 - March 31, 2011

EXTRA material (Printable Photo Gallery, Home Improvement Articles, Project Information)

Need help with a project around your house? The experts at ASK THIS OLD HOUSE are ready to lend a hand. We’ll show you how to tackle many common projects inside and outside your home—everything from installing a tile backsplash to building a backyard firepit. Each project includes clear, step-by-step guidance from trusted contractors with years of on-the-job experience. You’ll learn basic home improvement skills and the tricks-of-the-trade that will give you the knowledge and confidence to complete any project successfully.

This 2-DVD set contains over 6 hours of home improvement instruction plus hundreds of photographs of completed renovations to inspire you and help you select the right materials for your project. You’ll also find many helpful articles from the pages of This Old House Magazine. With so much great information, this DVD may become the most useful tool in your toolbox!

DISC #1 DISC #2

Kitchens

  • Installing a Tile Backsplash
  • Installing Kitchen Cabinets
  • Fixing a Jammed Garbage Disposer
  • Replacing a Kitchen Faucet
  • Installing Pendant Lighting
  • Painting Kitchen Cabinets
  • Building Laminate Countertops

Bathrooms

  • Replacing a Toilet Flange
  • Fixing a Bathtub Stopper
  • Installing a Single-handle Shower Valve
  • Installing a Water-saving Toilet
  • Re-grouting Bathroom Tile
  • Installing a Bathroom Fan
  • Replacing a Bathroom Vanity and Sink

More Indoor Projects

  • Fixing Banging Pipes
  • Replacing Corroded Valves
  • Installing Wood Crown Molding
  • Installing Foam Crown Molding
  • Securing Loose Pipes
  • Installing a Tankless Water Heater
  • Adding a Utility Sink
  • Fireplace Makeover
  • Fixing a Shaky Stair Banister

Doors, Windows, and Floors

  • Fixing a Door that Swings Open and Closed by Itself
  • Fixing Squeaky Floors
  • Installing Interior Door Trim
  • Installing Replacement Windows
  • Refinishing Hardwood Flooring
  • Replacing a Skylight
  • Installing a Front Door
  • Installing Prefinished Wood Flooring

Landscaping, Lawn, and Garden

  • Planting Flower Bulbs
  • Patching a Lawn with Sod
  • Installing a Brick Paver Patio
  • Reseeding a Lawn
  • Installing Landscape Lighting
  • Improving Backyard Drainage
  • Building a Brick Walkway
  • Installing a Sprinkler System
  • Building a Backyard Firepit

More Outdoor Projects

  • Building a Small Deck
  • Fixing a Dangerous Deck
  • Cleaning and Staining a Deck
  • Installing Aluminum Gutters

 

Bonus Material:

  • Printable Photo Gallery with over 180 before and after images
  • 14 Home Improvement Articles from This Old House magazine
  • Complete resource and product information for all projects

Running Time: Approximately 360 minutes


3- Month Subscription, This Old House Magazine
This Old House is a magazine for homeowners in search of practical, affordable, and inspirational ideas for enhancing and maintaining their homes. What they find is a balance of step-by-step instruction for DIY interior and landscape projects; lively how-to’s about keeping contractors on the level and saving money on remodels; expert tool and product reviews; and handsome feature stories showcasing fine craftsmanship and elegant architectural design.

What You Can Expect in Each Issue

Detailed information, illustration, and photography that provides an understanding of the tools, materials and techniques required to renovate a home, as well as how to work more effectively with architects, contractors, and designers. Regular sections:

  • Idea File Inspirational: “before and after” kitchen and bathroom remodeling projects; and virtual makeover schemes for dated home exteriors.
  • TOH TV: Take-home lessons gleaned from This Old House television’s current house projects.
  • Upgrades: How to get high-end looks—both indoors and out—for less; expert shopping advice for scoring the best deals on a range of household fixtures and appliances; comparative analysis of home improvement materials and finishes; and ideas for “greening” interiors and landscapes.
  • Home Solutions: Money-saving tips and easy DIY spruce-up projects; need-to-know news related to home safety and finance; and This Old House’s “remodeling therapists” answer reader questions and help them steer clear of home improvement pitfalls.
  • How-to Projects: Creative recycling projects for salvaged house parts; easy step-by-step plans for weekend re-modelers; tutorials on how all those “whaddaya call it” household systems and appliances actually work.
  • Ask This Old House: Expert troubleshooting for a range of problems submitted by the This Old House community; reader tool tests; TOH TV master carpenter Norm Abram’s shares his tricks of the trade.
  • Feature Articles: Best bang-for-your-buck ways to boost curb appeal; tips and tricks to save space and get organized; round-ups of winning room designs; period-perfect whole house renovation projects; and “All About” guides to building materials, fixtures, and finishes.
Please allow for 6 – 8 weeks for delivery of any thank you gifts 

The Best of Ask This Old House

The Best of Ask This Old House

$55
Pledge Now!

COMBO, "GIFT SET"

  • PowerLock Tape Measure with Ask This Old House Logo
  • 3- Month Subscription, This Old House Magazine

Stanley PowerLock Tape Measure with Ask This Old House Logo
Chrome-plated case tape measure with Ask this Old House logo features a Mylar polyester film coated blade for superior protection, as well as a 7-foot tape stand out feature.

Standard features include:

  • Lockable blade for precise measurements and minimal slippage
  • Belt hook for easy access
  • 1-inch wide blade for easy reading
  • 25 feet long

3- Month Subscription, This Old House Magazine
This Old House is a magazine for homeowners in search of practical, affordable, and inspirational ideas for enhancing and maintaining their homes. What they find is a balance of step-by-step instruction for DIY interior and landscape projects; lively how-to’s about keeping contractors on the level and saving money on remodels; expert tool and product reviews; and handsome feature stories showcasing fine craftsmanship and elegant architectural design.

What You Can Expect in Each Issue

Detailed information, illustration, and photography that provides an understanding of the tools, materials and techniques required to renovate a home, as well as how to work more effectively with architects, contractors, and designers. Regular sections:

  • Idea File Inspirational: “before and after” kitchen and bathroom remodeling projects; and virtual makeover schemes for dated home exteriors.
  • TOH TV: Take-home lessons gleaned from This Old House television’s current house projects.
  • Upgrades: How to get high-end looks—both indoors and out—for less; expert shopping advice for scoring the best deals on a range of household fixtures and appliances; comparative analysis of home improvement materials and finishes; and ideas for “greening” interiors and landscapes.
  • Home Solutions: Money-saving tips and easy DIY spruce-up projects; need-to-know news related to home safety and finance; and This Old House’s “remodeling therapists” answer reader questions and help them steer clear of home improvement pitfalls.
  • How-to Projects: Creative recycling projects for salvaged house parts; easy step-by-step plans for weekend re-modelers; tutorials on how all those “whaddaya call it” household systems and appliances actually work.
  • Ask This Old House: Expert troubleshooting for a range of problems submitted by the This Old House community; reader tool tests; TOH TV master carpenter Norm Abram’s shares his tricks of the trade.
  • Feature Articles: Best bang-for-your-buck ways to boost curb appeal; tips and tricks to save space and get organized; round-ups of winning room designs; period-perfect whole house renovation projects; and “All About” guides to building materials, fixtures, and finishes.