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E8 | An AskTOH Barn Raising | Ask This Old House

Season 20 Episode 8 | 23m 42s

In this special episode, the team comes together to help Mark McCullough rebuild his chicken barn. Everyone chips in to frame the new structure; Heath Eastman shows Mark how to install electricity; Richard Trethewey hooks up a new utility sink; Nathan Gilbert helps Mark put the finishing touch by installing a sliding barn door. With the team's help, Mark is able to bring his chickens back home.

Aired: 11/17/21 | Expires: 12/02/21
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