Grothouse had the honor of being included in the renovation of an 1872 Italianate in the historic Boston suburb of Arlington – Episode 3324 (Season 33, Episode 24) of This Old House® called “Decorative Details.”
Installing Wood Countertops
Norm Abram arrives at the house to find Paul Grothouse ready to install the 300 pound, 11 foot long, Teak Wood Countertop for the kitchen island. The countertop was sealed with Durata® Finish in Satin sheen; a waterproof and maintenance free permanent wood finish. Click here to view Episode 24 Teak Wood Countertop by Grothouse on This Old House.
The Project: This Old House renovates an 1872 Italianate in the historic Boston suburb of Arlington
Program: Episode 3324 The Arlington Italianate | Soapstone, Oval Frame, Part 16 of 18
Original Air Date: Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 1:30pm ET
Grothouse Highlight: Norm arrives at the house to find countertop manufacturer Paul Grothouse ready to install the new teak island top for the kitchen
Grothouse Wood Countertops and Butcher Blocks on This Old House®
This episode marks the sixth appearance for the Lehigh Valley based wood surfaces manufacturer. Grothouse produced a custom teak butcher block countertop for the Newton Shingle Style 2007 project, a Mahogany Butcher Block Countertop for the 2010 Newton Centre Project, a stunning Mahogany Plank Style Wood Counter for the Auburndale 2011 Project and Pastore™ Waterfall Wood Countertops for the Cambridge 2012 Project. “It’s an incredible honor to be included in another episode of This Old House®,” stated owner Paul Grothouse. “It is one of the most well-respected home improvement resources currently available, so for us to be considered as a supplier and participant is phenomenal.”
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