The garage and funky porch above it have been demoed. To support a new covered front porch, Mark Mc McCullough and his crew poured new footings and laid block. To stay consistent with the existing foundation they will replicate the stone wall look with granite veneer. The homeowners don’t want to see electric cables coming across their back yard.
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Kevin finds Heath laying cable in a trench out back. Board and plaster is starting on the 2rd floor so Richard inspects the mechanicals that have been installed in the stud walls. Kevin meets homeowner Molly and her kitchen designer Michele at the Idea House in New Canaan, CT to get some kitchen design inspiration. Next up is a visit to a local appliance showroom to finalize decisions. An existing staircase makes the plan for a barrel vault ceiling below a unique challenge. Tommy shows Kevin his solution.
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