ASK THIS OLD HOUSE Looking for South Dakotans to Help with Home Improvement

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ASK THIS OLD HOUSE is coming to South Dakota! Leaky faucet? Creaking floor boards? Submit questions to www.thisoldhouse.com/askaquestion. You never know, maybe the Ask This Old House experts will select your home improvement questions for an on-camera house call!

Ask This Old House solves home improvement problems faced by viewers, on the show, in This Old House Magazine, online, and sometimes with in-home consultations by the crew — which includes some familiar faces, like Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, and landscape contractor Roger Cook. 

Questions about repairing or maintaining your home are always welcome. Soon, one South Dakota homeowner question will be answered on-camera and in-person by TOH team members. Good luck!

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