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Thursday, Mar 19

7:00
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Episode 212

The home office is where it all happens, and this week two get very cool makeovers for that optimal home performance we're all looking for. But, you ask, how much did it all cost? And, do four bedrooms in Los Angeles cost more or less than five bedrooms in Montana?

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7:30
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Episode 212F

In 2008 Chuck and Connie Turbeyville watched in horror as their town was flooded in a deluge of water, caused by Hurricane Ike. Their home for over 20 years, where their son Chuck Jr had taken his first steps, was ruined along with the rest of the town. Connie and Chuck never want to go through such a disaster again. So they take the risky decision to buy a new house and move it to a site outside the flood zone. They call in expert house mover, Joe Matyiko - one of America's most experienced movers - to undertake the huge challenge. Jo Matyiko has to guide the house around tight turns and under dangerous cables before finally tackling the steep hill up to the new site. All of which threaten the house almost as much as the river below.

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8:00
AM
Episode 312

Landscape critters, like moles and voles, can really tear up a yard. And, so can our Earthdogs! On this episode of Disaster House, Host and licensed contractor Josh Temple sets these guys loose on the Disaster House lawn to show you what kind of damage to look for, and how to safely remove them from your property. Next a 24-ton truck topples to create a landslide. Josh shows you how to properly frame an exterior wall, complete with windows and doors.

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8:30
AM
Episode 201

When they first got married, Phil and Linda Campanella bought a fixer-upper and spent four years adding on a second story, with Phil doing most of the work himself. They started a family, with two children born while under construction. Then, one night, a fire broke out. The house burned to the ground and they lost almost everything but their lives. Broke and virtually homeless, they moved in with Phil's mom. Now, we catch up with the Campanellas half-way through rebuilding their house from scratch, as they rush to give their kids their first real home.

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9:00
AM
Episode 202

Phil and Linda Campanella are desperate to move their family out of their temporary room at the in-laws - where they've been living for two long years. Their new house is still not even close to complete, but they still plan to camp out and rough it on the construction site. Now they're rushing to finish the drywall, plumbing and make the staircase safe, so they can move in. But bad weather and a big argument over the stairs threaten to derail their plans.

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9:30
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Episode 203

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions. Phil's having trouble making progress on the house because his wife can't make up her mind about the décor. Linda hires an interior designer to help, but that just adds to Phil's stress - each new feature they choose adds to his construction to-do list, and impacts their budget. At the same time, the family struggles to find normalcy while living in a half-built house that's dusty, noisy and infested with mice.

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10:00
AM
Episode 204

Linda's got big plans for her luxurious master bathroom, but she's also got major last-minute changes - including a killer bathtub that doesn't fit and a new light fixture. It's going to fall on Phil to figure out how to reframe the tub and install the new wiring before the drywall crew needs to close up the walls in this part of the house.

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10:30
AM
Episode 205

Tensions are high and funds are low. Phil and Linda throw a whole bunch of money at the kitchen, as they try to finish the heart of their home. First they build the kitchen island, but then Linda changes her mind and Phil has to move it. Even though Phil has a laundry list of building projects to tackle, he reluctantly joins Linda to shop for high-end appliances.

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11:00
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Episode 206

The Campanellas rush to finish their bathrooms but the finish plumbing causes major confusion. The plumbers installed the wrong valves and two bathrooms have to get ripped out. Linda and Phil blame each other for dropping the ball, as the pressure of living under construction pushes them past the breaking point.

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11:30
AM
Episode 207

Phil and Linda can't find common ground in the design for their new yard. Phil wants a lawn but Linda hates grass and insists on a giant patio. But then they're hit by a burglary and work grinds to a halt. Phil and Linda are forced to work together to fight off a financial meltdown and get the project back on track.

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12:00
PM
Episode 208

The Campanellas are on the home stretch, but they're overwhelmed by all the work that's left to do. In the backyard, their contractor crashes an earthmover, threatening to crush a brand new drainpipe. Linda's pet parrot moves in and Phil loses his cool over building the bird a new home.

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12:30
PM
Episode 209

The Campanellas still have final details to finish inside house, but the yard is in desperate need of a complete makeover. In between shopping trips and last-minute DIY jobs, they call in family and friends to help jumpstart the yard work. After truckloads of plants, a cement crew and a ton of hard work, their mud-pit of a dirt lot is transformed into a garden oasis the whole family can enjoy.

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1:00
PM
Episode 210

After 7 years, 2 kids, and 1 tragic fire, the Campanella family has finally finished their house. They are no longer a Family Under Construction - now they're settling for good into a showcase home with more comfort and style than they ever dreamed of. But before they can sit back and relax, they have to tackle moving their stuff from storage, and making sense of the chaos.

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1:30
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Episode 102F

Mark and Amy are at a loss on how to turn their boring basement into a comfortable and stylish entertaining space so they turn to West End Salvage for help. The West End team wastes no time in ripping out their drop ceiling, installing a new focal wall made from salvaged tin and retrofitting old oak tables into a sleek media center. While the team works on Mark and Amy's basement, they're also commissioned to create memory vignettes for a nursing home franchise. Using vintage items and collectibles they've bought from various pickers they assemble a wide variety of one of a kind art pieces. It's a busy week at West End Salvage as they put the final touches on Mark and Amy's room. The young couple love their newly designed entertainment space and are looking forward to the many parties they'll be throwing.

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2:00
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Episode 104F

Divided by different styles, homeowners Dan and Shannon ask the West End Salvage team to intervene and update their boring master bedroom. With a mix of cool tones, rich fabics, and a new star-burst ceiling treatment, the team creates a one of a kind rustic luxe style bedroom that blows away both Dan and Shannon. Adding some competitive fun into the work day, the guys set up a friendly challenge to see who can come closest to mimicking owner Don's eclectic art projects. Honored that his employees want to emulate him, and fueled by his competitive nature, Don joins in the fun but changes the rules. Whoever's project sells first is the winner. Game on.

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2:30
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Episode 201

Don and the crew at West End Salvage are approached by clients who recently relocated from nearby Nebraska. The wife is in the middle of giving her football loving husband the ultimate Corn Husker haven in their basement. They task the team with finishing off the space with a perfect bar. Inspired by their story, Don gets the Basement Boys to build a custom piece with two acutal vintage corn huskers as the foundation. Meanwhile, Don takes the difficult job of turning a heavy glove mold press into a lamp and pawns it off on Joe.

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3:00
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Episode 202

The West End Salvage team is asked to create tables for a local brewery. Inspired by the nearby bike trail, they deconstruct vintage bikes to incorporate handlebars, wheels and more into moveable tables. Don is surprised with the extra effort Rex and Brian are putting in to the project after they are promised some beer from the brewery. Hal and Joe purchase an old Jon Boat from some pickers and are determined to transform it in to something that's never been seen before. While sawing the boat in half, they make a surprising discovery, a treasure more than a century old.

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3:30
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Episode 203

No space, no problem! This could be the new motto for the men at West End Salvage. When Audrey and Dylan bring the boys their most compact project to date, the guys rise to the challenge. Using some ingenuity from the early twentieth century, some salvage from their favorite spot, Iowa farms, and some old fashioned elbow grease, the guys come up with a fantastic solution to Audrey and Dylan's kitchen seating needs. The busy team even has time to build an elegant wine glass chandelier made of old farm wheels for Don's friend Kristi. But Rex has the icing on the cake, he takes an old, non-selling jukebox from the fourth floor and makes something supremely one of a kind. Then to top it all off, Hal buys a monkey sprinkler from a picker that you're going to have to see to believe.

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4:00
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Episode 204

When clients come to the shop with a vintage trunk, Don suggests turning the family heirloom into a six-foot high shelving unit. Although they are hesitant at first, the owners agree and the guys get busy slicing the unit into four pieces while preserving as much history as possible. Meanwhile, a picker brings by three old, oversized carts that were once used by The Des Moines Register to move piles of papers around their facilities. Don re-imagines the carts as dumbbell storage for a local gym and adds lightning rods and punched metal as decorative pieces. At the same time, the guys take an early 1900's icebox and convert it into album storage for the hipster set that may or may not live in Des Moines.

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4:30
PM
Episode 205

After meeting with two clients who run a yoga studio out of their downtown loft, Don and Hal draw up plans to create a multi-functional dividing screen and desk made of church organ pipes they often have at the shop. The problem is that they currently only have a few pipes in stock, so the duo head off to a closed down church to harvest enough to make the piece. There, Hal and Don have to make their way through a dark, dusty crawlspace to reach the pipes, then wiggle their way back out to salvage each and everyone. Meanwhile, back at the shop, Brian has made up his mind to turn a vintage gas canister into a vanity light by cutting into it with a grinder. Don thinks the vanity could look amazing as long as Brian doesn't blow himself up in the process.

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5:00
PM
Episode 206

After salvaging a round window from a one-hundred year old home, Don tasks Rex with turning it into a coffee table that will make him at least $600. The guys also source some turn-of-the-century chicken coops to use as the foundation for a clients sewing desk. At the same time, the whole team pitches in to convert a vintage wooden phone booth into wine display and storage for a new restaurant. When the client suggests flipping the accordion-styled door so it opens out instead of in, the simple build gets a lot harder to complete.

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5:30
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Episode 207

Don gets the deal of a lifetime when a loyal customer drops by with an old, broken piano. The customer wants Don to create a coffee table from the top of the instrument, and in return, Don gets to keep the rest of the piece to do with as he pleases. With nothing to lose, Don and Hal turn around and saw the shell in half to create shelving designed to flank a fireplace. At the same time, Rex buys a vintage Murphy bed off some pickers and uses it create a shoe storage that hides away. The project drives a wedge between Don and Rex who both want to claim the piece as their own.

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6:00
PM
Episode 208

The West End Salvage team is hired to build a dining room table for a family of six using 300-year-old windows and shutters. When Rex realizes the windows are much larger than expected, the only solution is to trim down the shutters and cut the glass to size. Don is nervous about cutting the glass since it's 300 year old, irreplaceable glass! If Rex messes this up, the project will be over. At the same time, Hal and Don visit an old Model T wrecking company that hasn't been open to the public for over 50 years. The building is like a time capsule, housing tons of interesting old car parts. Hal purchases 20 different headlamps that he plans to make a cluster chandelier out of. Meanwhile, Brian and Joe have been tasked with building a bookshelf out of old plane parts for a client, but they don't like Don's drawing. They make big changes to Don's design and he's not happy when he finds out.

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6:30
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Episode 209

After meeting with the president of the Iowa Speedway, Don and the guys are hired to create three different tailgating games for the track's 25,000 fans to use on race days. Each game needs to tie into automobile history, but the shop is short on vintage car parts. To find enough pieces to work with, Don and Hal gain access to an auto graveyard which features hundreds of rusting cars just parked in a forest. Once back at the shop, Don has trouble getting Rex and Brian to complete the custom builds in the tight, two-week timeframe the track has requested. Something that's not helping his cause is Hal, who wants a new, mid-century modern mailbox for his own home and has secretly moved his pet project up to the front of the line.

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7:00
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Episode 210

Having gained access to a local foundry that is liquidating some of its out-of-date stock, Don puts himself on a strict $10,000 maximum budget for the pick. But he's soon regretting his decision as the massive facility is packed with vintage carts, wheelbarrows and foundry molds for as far as the eye can see. Joe takes a liking to one of the metal carts and decides to reinvent it as an industrial chair. Don does not share his vision but Joe takes it down to the shop to have it ripped apart and put back together. Meanwhile, Rex brings in an old friend who is shopping for a custom desk. Taking cues from the exposed wood ceiling beams in the client's office building, Don proposes constructing a desk that looks like a stack of wood on a pallet. The client is hesitant at first, but decides to trust Don and hires West End on to create the one-of-a kind item.

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7:30
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Episode 211

The West End team is up to their eyeballs in doors! Don has piles of doors stashed away on the fourth floor and Hal is determined to thin the collection out. When they are hired to build a headboard, Hal suggests using several of the doors they have upstairs to create a gigantic showpiece. The client loves the idea but wants it done in just a week. With the pressure on to finish this massive project, Rex makes a big mistake that puts delivering the project on time in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Brian's project also involves doors. Don wants to make a steam punk coffee table out of a fire door he just purchased from a picker. Problem is, the steel wrapped door weighs about 200 pounds! Don gives Brian cart blanche on the project, but when Don sees what Brian's up to, he reconsiders.

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9:00
PM
Episode 104

New parents Chris and Amy continue their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. Before their daughter Ruby starts crawling, they have to rebuild her bathroom, a shell of room with a giant hole in the floor. They salvage the early 1900's tub and transform the bathroom into a charming space with custom wallpaper inspired by the original design. They also renovate a guest bedroom by repairing the existing beadboard and sanding and staining the original pine wood sub-floor.

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9:30
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Episode 103

New parents Chris and Amy continue their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. They update their master suite with salvaged closet doors and an antique mantel in the bedroom. They completely gut the bathroom and re-build it, featuring a huge new shower and reproduction subway tile. They also tuck a time capsule into the wall that they hope will be found by a future generation.

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12:00
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Episode 104

New parents Chris and Amy continue their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. Before their daughter Ruby starts crawling, they have to rebuild her bathroom, a shell of room with a giant hole in the floor. They salvage the early 1900's tub and transform the bathroom into a charming space with custom wallpaper inspired by the original design. They also renovate a guest bedroom by repairing the existing beadboard and sanding and staining the original pine wood sub-floor.

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12:30
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Episode 103

New parents Chris and Amy continue their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. They update their master suite with salvaged closet doors and an antique mantel in the bedroom. They completely gut the bathroom and re-build it, featuring a huge new shower and reproduction subway tile. They also tuck a time capsule into the wall that they hope will be found by a future generation.

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4:30
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Episode 107

Host Steve Watson drops in on homeowner Todd to turn his backyard sandpit into an entertainer's paradise that's full of succulents-some dating back to prehistoric times. The Yard Attack team constructs a massive rough-hewn pergola to provide shade from the beating sun, and they cover the dismal concrete walls with two-tone fencing. By the time this attack is over, Todd's backyard is packed with prehistoric plants, and there's a new and improved party space in the rear of the yard.

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