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Restoration Techniques Used by Biltmore Estate

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Learn restoration techniques used at the Biltmore Estate: includes details on maintaining screens, window glazing and natural woodwork.

While visiting Asheville, North Carolina, a picturesque city nestled between the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains, Ron makes a very different kind of HouseCall. Ron visits America's largest private residence...the Biltmore Estate. Constructed in the mid 1890's as a country home, the Biltmore has 250 rooms of priceless antiques and works of art and is surrounded by 8,000 lush acres of world famous sculpted gardens. It takes a thousand person staff to operate and maintain this magnificent estate and Ron is eager to meet some of these dedicated people and pick up a few useful maintenance tips.

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