This Old House Season 44 Episode 02 Description
Atlanta Postmaster’s House / Unsafe Structures
The 1890s Victorian needs attention. The back bump-out is demolished. Kevin OConnor gets to know Builder Jerry Davis. Tom Silva shows homeowner Jonathan how to safely demolish the rotted exterior staircase. Woodshop teacher Char Miller King guides the homeowners daughter in building a lending library. Jenn Nawada meets with arborist Tierson Boutte to trim an ivy-covered oak overhanging the roof.
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This Old House Show Description
This Old House is an American home improvement media brand with television shows, a magazine, and a website (ThisOldHouse.com). The brand is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut. The television series airs on the American television network Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and follows remodeling projects of houses over a series of weekly episodes.
Boston PBS station WGBH-TV originally created the program and produced it from its inception in 1979 until 2001, when Time Inc. acquired the television assets and formed This Old House Ventures. WGBH also distributed episodes to PBS until 2019, when WETA-TV became the distributor starting with the first episode of Season 41. Warner Bros. Domestic Television distributes the series to commercial television stations in broadcast syndication. Time Inc. launched This Old House magazine in 1995, focusing on home how-to, know-how, and inspiration.
In 2016, Time Inc. sold This Old House Ventures to executive Eric Thorkilsen and private equity firm TZP Growth Partners (although it will continue to have a special partnership deal with its former parent company). On March 19, 2021, This Old House Ventures was sold to Roku.