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E20 | Rain Barrel, Pooling Patio | Ask This Old House

Season 22 Episode 20 | 23m 42s

Jenn Nawada and Nathan Gilbert travel to Tulsa to learn about the city's rain barrel and stormwater management initiatives and help a homeowner install one in her own garden; Mark McCullough helps a homeowner redirect pooling water on her patio with a weep hole drilled into the stone wall; the team goes through a few new additions to their tool bag that they've enjoyed having on hand lately.

Aired: 04/17/24 | Expires: 05/02/24
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