Update on Deck, Breezeway, and Barn/Studio

Project: Victorian Restoration, Episode 10, Part 4



Bob talks to Fred Giuggio (from Quick-Step) about the new interlocking laminate floor system being installed. In the master bathroom, a glass block wall is being constructed along one wall of the shower. It's been designed to allow light into the room, while still providing privacy. Also, general contractor Charlie Tomaszewski installs a unique glass block floor system from Circle Redmont. In the basement, a new water filtration system is going in, and Bob talks with Dave Krupinski from Kinetico about the process.
Part 1: Installing Wood Laminate Flooring
Part 2: Glass Block Floor Panel System
Part 3: Kinetico Water Filtration System Installation
Part 4: Update on Deck, Breezeway, and Barn/Studio
The 50-foot mahogany deck has clear sealer on it, and some stringers are in place, indicating deck stairs that will run the length of the deck, acting as benches. Meanwhile, the breezeway has its French doors and, in the finished barn/studio, the floor is being cleaned with a damp mop.
Located just five miles from downtown Boston, Bob's scouts discovered a Victorian-era house in a neighborhood of family homes on tree-lined streets that was past due for a full-scale renovation.

The home's new owners, a work-at-home family, have set goals to modernize the home's floor plan, update the building's mechanical and electrical systems, and add home office and work spaces for two busy professionals.

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