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Completing the Trim on the Oriel Window
Project: Victorian Kitchen & Bath Remodel, Episode 6, Part 4
With the retaining walls and structural deck complete, the contractor Tim Berky and his crew undertake the decking with western red cedar. Paul Mackie (from the Western Red Cedar Lumber Association) joins Bob to talk about the beauty, sustainability, durability, and natural insect- and rot-resistance of western red cedar. On the roof, Rich Melo of Newton Roofing Company installs the Atlas standing-seam copper roof, showing Bob how the prefabricated Dutch-cleat system interlocks and attaches to galvanized fasteners screwed into the roof. Inside, RestorationWindows.com refurbishes the old windows with solid-bronze sash chains, new parting beads, and spring-bronze weather stripping for energy-efficient, easily operable windows at a quarter of the cost of replacements. Outside, Berky finishes the oriel window with weather-tight facing and mitered trim.
- Part 1: Building a Western Red Cedar Deck
- Part 2: Installing a Standing-Seam Copper Roof
- Part 3: Restoring Old Windows
- Part 4: Completing the Trim on the Oriel Window
- General contractor Tim Berky is completing trim on the oriel window that faces onto the deck. He begins by covering the underboard with MDO (medium density overlay). Then, he adds an ice and water barrier, and copper flashing, before finishing.
Bob Vila undertakes the partial remodel of a historic Victorian home in Rowley, MA. The house is a classic New England gem with many partitioned rooms, plus the added appeal of a large yard with preserved wetlands beyond. From permits and approvals to the addition of a mudroom and deck, this project focuses on family space.
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