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'Ask This Old House' seeks Baltimore homeowners

The Baltimore Sun
Got a question about your Baltimore home? Ask 'This Old House.'

Hey Baltimore. Do you have questions about the plumbing in your house? A carpentry project, or a landscaping overhaul? Ask the experts at "This Old House."

The cast and crew will be shooting an episode of "Ask This Old House" in Baltimore in July and they want your questions.

Because the projects the show takes on can be large, producers can only do one or two a year. But they have found that homeowners have a "virtual truckload" of questions on smaller projects. And they make house calls!

Submit your questions to thisoldhouse.com/askaquestion. The show will choose questions to be answered on the television program, in an issue of the magazine, or online. A few questions will be selected for an on-camera house call from one of the  experts: host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, and landscape contractor Roger Cook.

"Ask This Old House," now airing its 13th season nationally, is the spin-off of the long-running "This Old House," and is one of the top-rated shows on PBS with a weekly viewership of 2.6 million.

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