Season 1, Episode 11

Turning a Crowded Lower Level Into a Play Space, Work Space and Living Space for the Whole Family

The Tabors have a lower level that is crowded, cramped and overrun with kids' toys. The Tabors' three children use the space as a play area. Courtney and Brandon would like to use it as a relaxing area, but it's anything but relaxing. They want to smash some walls and reconfigure the space to make it usable for everyone in the family. Jason Cameron is up to the task. He gives the Tabors 30 minutes to smash all the walls in their house that they hate. Project one is the lower level. When that's complete, the Tabors move upstairs to knock down a wall separating the kitchen and dining area, but time runs out! Jason promises to fix up the lower level. He creates an illusion of more height in the room with a creative tray ceiling. He also gives the room an updated look by replacing the brick fireplace surround with modern tile. Jason builds a custom play table for the kids with cubbies for all of their building blocks, and he gives Courtney her own work space proving just about anything is possible with power of the Sledgehammer.
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Jason at Blog Cabin 2014

With his hard hat on and sledgehammer in hand, Jason prepares to knock down some walls, on location with DIY Network's 2014 Blog Cabin in Winter Haven, Florida.

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Jason Cameron Poses with Stuffed Hippo

Jason poses with his new cohost, Heidi the hippo, after finishing renovations on the Groene's daughter's new bedroom.

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Photo of Jason in front of Demolished Wall

Jason takes a break from smashing through attic walls to pose for a picture with his sledgehammer.

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Small, Contemporary Kitchen

This small, contemporary kitchen features a table for dining, as seen on DIY Network's Sledgehammer.

Jason's Egg-Cellent Smash-Take 2

After Jason's semi-failed attempt at an egg smash, he stacked a dozen eggs to make the most impact.

Game Room Dining

This game room features dark green bench seating and wood furniture, as seen on DIY Network's Sledgehammer.

Jason's Egg-Cellent Smash

The concentration on Jason's face says it all. After his first semi-failed attempt to smash eggs, he's stacked the dozen on top of each other to get the best impact.

Jason Cameron covered in Milk

Hey, Jason, you've got a little something...

Jason Removes Studs

Inside, Jason removes wall studs in the attic during the demolition phase, as seen on DIY Network's Sledgehammer.

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Jason Cameron Poses with Sledgehammer

Join Jason to see more smashes, renovations and fun moments. Tune in to Sledgehammer every Wednesday 10/9c.

Photo By: Jeff Childre, Photographer ©2014, DIY Network/Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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