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E18 | Shade Sod, Rocky Canyon Rustic | Ask This Old House

Season 22 Episode 18 | 23m 42s

Lee Gilliam helps a homeowner figure out why grass doesn't grow in his backyard before installing a shade-tolerant species of sod; Ross Trethewey talks through converting houses' heating and cooling systems to heat pumps; Kevin O'Connor meets maker Sarah Nadarajah, the creator of Rocky Canyon Rustic, to learn about her content before building a replica high-end side table.

Aired: 04/03/24 | Expires: 04/18/24
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