Twelfth Season of ASK THIS OLD HOUSE® "Go Anywhere, Tackle Anything"

Oct 01, 2013, 07:08 ET from ASK THIS OLD HOUSE

Featuring a Special Severe Weather Episode and Expert Housecalls in Indiana, South Carolina, New Mexico, Washington, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana  

CONCORD, Mass., October 1, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- ASK THIS OLD HOUSE® returns for its 12th season of expert contractors traveling the country to tackle all sorts of home improvement projects. Kevin O'Connor, Richard Trethewey, Roger Cook and Tom Silva will "go anywhere and do anything" on the new season of ASK THIS OLD HOUSE, featuring 26 brand-new episodes, premiering nationally on PBS October 3, 2013 (check or your local listings).


This season, ASK THIS OLD HOUSE will air a special severe weather episode in which Richard travels to Oklahoma to install a tornado safe room, Tom visits a lab where hurricane window protection is tested, and a standby generator is installed to ensure that a homeowner never loses power again. Then, special guest Jim Cantore, Weather Channel Meteorologist, stops by the workshop to discuss how homeowners should prepare for all sorts of severe weather threats.

In addition, the crew travels to Fort Mill, SC, Albuquerque, NM, Santa Fe, NM, Indianapolis, IN, Seattle, WA, Biloxi, MS, Mobile, AL, New Orleans, LA and also tackles home improvement problems close to the show's home base near Boston. Kevin, Tom, Roger, and Richard once again attempt to figure out "What Is It?" during the fan-favorite segment in which the guys try to stump each other with strange-looking tools.

"Everyone has questions about how to maintain their home properly," says senior series producer, Chris Wolfe.  "And whether it's a simple project like replacing a kitchen faucet or a serious concern about preparing their house for the next big storm, ASK THIS OLD HOUSE is the one place on television where viewers can turn to for trusted information."

To submit a home improvement question, ASK THIS OLD HOUSE viewers should visit Their questions could be answered on the television program, in THIS OLD HOUSE magazine, online at, or they may get a personal housecall from Kevin, Tom, Roger or Richard. Viewers can watch a sneak peek of season 12 here,,20738177,00.html and ASK THIS OLD HOUSE episodes online at

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