Bill and Bethany McKee are prepared to knock down a wall to expose an empty space they hope to turn into their daughter's room. But the area behind the wall is unfinished, and the McKee's have never seen it. What lies behind the wall, and can the McKee's handle it?
Life long friends Lori McDowell and Amy Emory have teamed up together to renovate Lori's rec room. Lori has been remodeling her whole house and it's time for them to conquer the rec room. But first they have to demo everything, the kitchen, the bathroom, the floors and walls. With little experience, power tools and a lot of laughs, can these renovators handle the challenge?
Katie and Jarrod Hess hate their master bathroom, from the uneven floors, to the barber shop stripes on the walls. They are ready to tear the whole space down. They want to demo the walls, extend out farther, fix the floors, and move the plumbing. But what they discover is an old house, means old problems.
Jessica and Justin Grossman are sick of their old kitchen and are ready for a change. It is outdated and covered in grime. They want to demo the whole space, and rearrange it for an open floor plan. With Jessica's leading skills, and Justin's tools, Jessica's confident they can finish the renovation ASAP.
Lindsey and Dave Leker love their home, the location, and the space. But with every house there are some problems. Their master bath is not a master space, and the shower in the hallway bathroom barely works. Their plan is to demo both bathrooms and create one larger space for the family to use. But with old bathrooms come old plumbing and old drywall. Can this couple handle it?
Roommates Hank Owen and Stephen Palmer want to turn their wasted space into a man cave. The room currently houses a bunch of couches and is too dark. Although their renovation skills are minimal, they try to pull it off with some interesting tactics and their sweet karate moves.
Teresa Davies and her husband Paul are sick of their sons' nasty bathroom. They have 4 boys who terrorize the bathroom, and they are ready to gut the whole space. What they discover is three boys can destroy anything. Boogers, broken walls, and bathtubs challenge the couple.
Anthony Thomas and his mother, Lisa Ramsey, have been renovating Anthony's 106 year old house. They're finally ready for the biggest project, the kitchen. They need to demolish everything in the space and start new. But with a house over one hundred years old anything can lay behind those walls.
John Eubank has been slowly renovating his home in downtown Baltimore for around 2 years. The final step for him is the kitchen where he plans to demo a wall to create an open floor plan. For this renovation he has talked his girlfriend, Whitney, into helping. With her go-getter attitude, and his "experience" they feel ready to tackle the kitchen. Will this kitchen end up tackling them?
Kim and Jon Sherman hate their laundry room space. With lots of kids making it messy, it's time for a change. They want to transform the space into a mudroom and a laundry room. To start they are going to blow out a wall and extend the room by 5 feet. The Shermans have their hands full with kids, a hole in their house, and a potential storm.
Mike and Claudia are over their master bathroom. The hate runs so deep that they have never used the shower once, and have lived there for over a year. But with 4+ people using one bathroom, they're ready to renovate. Mike and Claudia want to rip everything out, and even open up their closet to make the space larger.
John and Aleta Lynch love their historic home in downtown Phoenix. But with a historic home, comes some quirks they want to change. They plan to open up their kitchen for a more practical space. With a wall separating the dining room and the kitchen they hate how closed off it feels. With a lot of laughs, and some handiness, the Lynch's really have their work cut out.
Hannah and Brad Blackwell moved into their dream home and could not be happier. But they did find a way that they could be cleaner, if they renovate the master bath. The space is outdated, and the layout makes the room feel too small. Hannah and Brad have taken on some small projects at home, but feel confident they can handle tiling and plumbing for the first time as long as they work together.