Tom Silva installs new red cedar clapboards on the oldest part of the house using a story pole to match the coursing of a later addition. Richard Trethewey helps remove some existing plumbing that's in the way of the new kitchen. Roger Cook installs a new horseshoe-shaped asphalt driveway that will later be topped with a rustic finish to make it look like a stone driveway, without the mess or the maintenance. Then, Richard shows Kevin O'Connor how he's solving a rough plumbing problem by using a wet vent in the downstairs powder room.
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