Kevin and Tom travel to Montana to set up an accessible home gym for a Navy SEAL veteran; Mauro shares how to select the right paint color; Mark updates a fireplace with a stacked stone veneer.
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Kevin O’Connor meets Bo Reichenbach, a Navy SEAL veteran injured during the war in Afghanistan. Tom Silva meets Kevin and Bo to help them set up an accessible home gym. Mauro Henrique discusses why he loves different paint colors and shares what goes into selecting the right color; Mark McCullough helps a homeowner update her wood burning fireplace with a stacked stone veneer and a slab of stone.
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How to Install Stacked Stone Veneer on a Fireplace
Mark installed a stacked stone veneer by Eldorado Stone [https://bit.ly/2RQVEQP] in the color “Chapel Hill,” with Type S mortar [https://thd.co/3bUsmHI] and an adhesive bonding agent [https://thd.co/3uptsSj], all of which were provided by Sansoucy Stone [https://sansoucystone.com/].
For the hearth material, Mark installed a slab of bluestone [https://thd.co/3i24GoV], which he got from Cavicchio Greenhouses [http://www.cavicchio.com/].
The other tools and materials required for this project, including the masonry drill, wire mesh, and masonry hammer, can all be found at home centers.
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