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Ask This Old House
If you're a fan of Ask This Old House on TV, you’ll love the Ask This Old House podcast. Hosted by This Old House Editor Chris Ermides, you'll hear from home enthusiasts around the country, who ask questions about the toughest projects in their homes. Learn from trusted This Old House experts, including Tom Silva, Richard Trethewey, Jenn Nawada, Heath Eastman, Charlie Silva, Ross Trethewey, Mauro Henrique, and Mark McCullough, who share tips and tricks to help listeners tackle their home improvement projects with confidence.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 126 ratings
Left hanging…
Podcast was a great 1st season… what happened? Season 2 should be in mid season form by this point. Please put out more content. Thanks
kpc dover via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/13/21
Helpful for new homeowners
This podcast helps with some of the little things and topics I need to know about fixing my home. I’m kinda handy but not very experienced. The host helps interpret the homeowners’ issue and follows up to make sure the expert comes across well in audio. I personally like the repetition because...Read full review »
ReneeReader via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/20/21
This show/franchise has always been great. No question! Great cast of characters with real expertise in their given fields. Carpentry segments are usually my favourite, as I get a chance to learn new (accuracy/efficiency) tips & tricks, from Tom Silva & his Woodworking Wizardry. Stay...Read full review »
Does what it claims via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 03/05/21
Recent Episodes
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Published 12/31/20
Published 12/31/20
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Published 12/24/20
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