Season 1, Episode 10

Rental Reno

Brenna and Tom saw great investment potential when they bought their inner-city duplex over five years ago. They initially lived upstairs and slowly renovated that space with the help of friends, relatives and contractors. Now they've decided to move downstairs and renovate that space into their long-term home. The turn of the century house has high ceilings, large rooms, beautiful wood floors and millwork. The low point is the 1970s era, rental-style kitchen that sticks out like a sore thumb. They gut the space and start over, reconfiguring the entire room. Practically everything is moved and every corner of the room is updated with cool new products. They know they need help on this complete re-do and contractor James Young is ready for the job.
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