A woman and her daughter bring Jeff in to restore two rooms in the original portion of their 1751 stone home; Jeff and his team give the dining room a slightly formal farmhouse feel, then they achieve a rustic and refined style in the bathroom.
After inheriting a 1700s stone home, a couple calls on Jeff to peel away the dated decor in the entryway and living room to uncover as much of its original history as possible; the team digs into the fireplaces and opens up a staircase.
A couple recruits Jeff to do a true restoration of the original living room in their 1690s stone home; the team encloses an attached vestibule to create a mud room, making it blend in with the rest of the home with stone walls and vintage windows.
Fred and Elizabeth call on Jeff to restore two spaces in their 1800s stone home; the homeowners' huge living room lacks historic character, and their kitchen has dated metal cabinets, knotty pine paneling and linoleum floors.
Meghan and Justin call on Jeff to restore three historic spaces in their 1803 stone farmhouse; Jeff and his team uncover a massive surprise when they start digging into the walls of the parlor; Jeff also works on a custom pie safe.
Jeff is recruited by Lisa and Tom to work on their 1737 stone home in Plymouth Meeting, Pa.; Jeff and his team dig into the project, bringing unique historic elements into the entryway room and giving the kitchen an 1800s overhaul.
Homeowners John and Karine call on Jeff to do a total restoration of their 1780 spring house, in which the joists and floorboards are almost completely rotten; the team attempts to turn the spring house into a place for guests to stay.
Jeff meets Chase and Gretel who have purchased a historic stone home with portions built in the 1700s, 1800s and 1990s; Gretel wants the floor plan to be more open, but Jeff cannot make that happen without moving stone walls.
Jeff is recruited to restore a 1740 stone home that sits behind Kelly and Rob's suburban home; the house sits in the middle of where a Revolutionary War battle took place; Jeff must turn it into a space the couple can use for entertaining.
Allen and Kathleen recruit Jeff to restore three rooms in the original portion of their 1790 home; Jeff's team digs into each space, uncovering a few original details and adding other historic features, like a reclaimed barn-wood ceiling.
Jeff is called on to renovate a dated kitchen; he is tasked with transforming the adjacent mud room and uncovering the original open-hearth fireplace hiding behind the kitchen wall.
Jeff restores the original second floor of a couple's 1803 stone home; the space has been sectioned off over time, and the homeowners want a more cohesive master suite that evokes the home's history.
Carpenter Jeff Devlin is recruited by homeowners Scott and Rhonda to fully restore the first floor sunroom, living room and dining room of their 1700s stone home.
Lauren and Dan own an amazing stone home in Montgomery County, Pa., that dates back to the 1850s; the summer kitchen is a separate structure, and its interior is crumbling, and the massive original cooking fireplace needs some serious attention.
Jeff and his team take on a dilapidated 1717 spring house, turning it into a a guest house with a writing space for one of the homeowners.
Jeff is recruited by friends Scott and Melanie to renovate the 1980s kitchen addition on their 1859 farmhouse; the team enhances the kitchen's character with open shelving, built-in seating and a Victorian-style mud room.
Homeowners Angie and Tom recruit Jeff Devlin to turn their crumbling 1710 root cellar into a wine cellar and to renovate their living room; Jeff knocks down a wall in the cellar and then rebuilds it; he commissions a huge mural for the living room.
Jeff Devlin and his team takes on a kitchen and living area in a rundown 1717 farmhouse; Jeff scavenges the homeowner's old barn for reclaimed items to create a farmhouse feel in the kitchen; the team exposes a transom window in the front room.
Brandon, the owner of an 1817 stone house in New Britain, Penn., recruits Jeff Devlin to reconfigure his kitchen to create a more cohesive space with a new butler's pantry and a colonial-style pantry.
John and Tina, the owners of a converted 1740s barn in Westchester, Penn., seek out Jeff Devlin's help to turn their awkward master bedroom and bath into a rustic, yet elegant, master suite.
Kim and Rob's 18th-century house was damaged by an fire and renovated in the 1980s; Jeff Devlin and his team use reclaimed materials to renovate the home's master suite.
Steve and Ellis recruit Jeff Devlin to take on their home's original 1740s section, in which the plaster walls are crumbling and the second floor is sagging; Jeff and his home add reclaimed beams to reinforce the second floor.
Carpenter Jeff Devlin visits Siobhan and Brian's 1729 home to take a look at their kitchen and living room additions; the kitchen has indoor/outdoor carpeting, while the living room is full of bad wood paneling.
Chris and Catherine, owners of a 1760 stone home, ask Jeff Devlin to create a classic parlor with a bar area as well as a billiards room.
Carpenter Jeff Devlin heads to Aston, Pa., to restore the basement of one of the oldest houses in the area, a 1684 home owned by Janet and Scott, who want to use the space for entertaining.
Jeff Devlin restores a kitchen and living room in a 1760 farmhouse for Tracey and Scott, who use it as a guest house; Jeff brings a simple Shaker design to the kitchen and a rustic lodge feeling to the living room.
Carpenter Jeff Devlin restores character to a master bedroom and library for Brian and Jennifer who own a 1700 stone home in Bucks County, Pa.
Carpenter Jeff Devlin takes on a 1785 stone farmhouse in Bucks County, Pa., giving a facelift to the living room's 230-year-old fireplace, installing blue cabinets and white quartz countertops in the kitchen and transforming the home's mud room.