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Saturday, Mar 21

7:00
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Episode 802

This large family room was overtaken by awkward furniture layout, floor to ceiling 70s rock wall, formica bar,dust collecting built-in cabinets and dog beds. The homeowner admits to having no style and it showed in this outdated 80s family room. Every problem is solved in this makeover with all new carpet, walk-in bar, a sleek new fireplace, dog bed area, custom desk, and a new layout perfect for watching TV.

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7:30
AM
Episode 803

The timing couldn't have been better for this newlywed couple who just moved into grandma's house. Josh's crew takes this room to the 21st century. Wood paneling, mauve carpet, 70s furniture, window shutters, avocado green tile and rot iron doors go away in this three day crash. The young couple gets an indoor/outdoor space perfect for entertaining friends and family.

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8:00
AM
Episode 804

These new homeowners want to update their kitchen to reflect their modern taste. Josh demo's the outdated galley kitchen and opens it up to the adjacent dining room providing a more inviting layout. New sleek cabinets are painted a bright color, the slab floor gets updated flooring and new appliances are installed. The dining room gets a custom modern dining table, and the parquet floor is painted.

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8:30
AM
Episode 805

This patio room looked like a junkyard filled with mismatch furniture, broken windows and bug filled ceiling lights. In just 3 days, this room got all new windows, bi-fold doors, bar area, wine storage, a pass-through bar, engineered hardwood flooring and an entire set of furniture. The outdoor patio area got a facelift too with new landscaping, a custom picnic table/bench and a wine barrel kegerator.

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9:00
AM
Episode 806

These bartenders get their dream bar lounge complete with custom cabinetry and a custom bi-fold window that opens out to a pass-through bar. An unused niche becomes a liquor cabinet with library ladder access. Bi-fold doors open out to a new patio with redwood seating and concrete block fireplace. Old furniture gets replaced with a custom wood pool table that converts into a dining table.

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9:30
AM
Episode 807

This sunroom was just a hot storage space with no real function. In three days, the room is completely torn down- all the way to the foundation and rebuilt into a high end wine room with a new tall ceilings with custom reclaimed treatments, custom sliding doors to hide the laundry, modern wall treatments and high impact windows and doors. Plus, the room has all new purpose as it becomes a wine lounge, with a custom bar, cotton wood dining table and a hide away beer pong table with an Arizona twist!

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10:00
AM
Episode 808

Josh and the House Crashers crew attack a house that needs both a new kitchen and living room. After unifying the space with demo and a hickory floor, they create two amazing wall treatments, one using vertically installed quartzite and the other using piles of books. Now things like new lighting, paint, cabinets, countertops and a custom bench made with re-purposed palettes can complete this space. The final reveal is nothing short of jaw dropping and the homeowners are left with a one of a kind renovation to almost half of their home, and all in three days.

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10:30
AM
Episode 809

These homeowners were not using their formal living room for anything but storage. With high hopes to entertain and a love of karaoke, this boring room and mix and match furniture and exposed concrete floors is completely transformed into a high-end karaoke bar. From a concrete bar mixed with live edge and metal, to a hidden fold down karaoke staged faced with Brazilian hardwood , this new and improved room is perfect to entertain in.

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11:00
AM
Episode 810

Josh and the House Crashers crew find a couple who need a new bedroom in the Big Easy. The space is large and long, with much of it wasted, and offering very little storage. Starting with the floor, this room gets a complete transformation which includes a bed made of reclaimed doors with a footboard which houses a automated TV lift. A new closet is built into the corner and custom cabinetry clads several walls. Antique french doors are installed, vintage windows are used to create a small room divider while new lights and paint take the room over the top.

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11:30
AM
Episode 811

An undone kitchen and cramped office space become one large open space for the whole family when Josh Temple takes down and wall and completely transforms this New Orleans space. In three days, the kitchen gets refinished cabinets, paper composite countertops, a custom island and a sleek workspace with built in storage and more. Plus, hip vinyl flooring and some funky pieces of furniture finish off the space.

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12:00
PM
Episode 812

Josh finds a young LA couple that have a family room issue. The space is pretty large, but serves as everything from space for the kids to play to office to hangout for darts night with the boys. Seeing a real need for direction, Josh and the House Crashers crew first tear off all of the paneled walls and add hardwood flooring. Next the space gets divided using first a gigantic door with a distressed Union Jack flag on one side and cork board on the other. Then the rest of the room divider is custom built using huge basket weave patterned modular puzzle pieces. In addition to new furniture, lighting, paint, storage cabinets, and massive desk space, Josh also designs and builds a custom bar height table distressed with blow torches. Speechless is one of the only words the homeowners can come up with when they get to the final reveal of two completely new spaces.

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12:30
PM
Episode 813

Comfortable with DIY projects, these homeowners faced a challenge with their oddly shaped breakfast nook. The small space was a magnet for junk and unsuitable for entertaining. With room to expand to the outside, new French doors open out onto a new teak deck. A wine bar gets built with custom cabinetry and granite with a butcher block and marble cheeseboard. A travertine tile floor and wine barrel inspired wall treatments top off this crash.

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1:00
PM
Episode 101

New parents Chris and Amy continue their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. The living room is falling apart, with plaster chipping off the ceiling and broken pocket doors. After completing a lead abatement throughout the house, they restore the living room to its former glory, complete with a cement tiled fireplace façade and built-in bookshelf where the old radiator used to be.

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1:30
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Episode 102

New parents Chris and Amy start the renovation of a historic 1903 Detroit home that they bought at auction. In the 1920's, the house was owned by Chris's great-grandparents, who lost it in the Depression. They demolish the kitchen, transform a butler's pantry into a new breakfast nook, and update the whole room with modern appliances and custom cabinetry. They also add an art deco powder room in the adjacent space.

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2:00
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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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2:30
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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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3:00
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Episode 105

New parents Chris and Amy continue their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. Before winter hits, they must tackle some outdoor projects. The front porch is in need of a face-lift, and the garage is a crumbling, dangerous mess. The restore the garage, keeping the original dormer intact.

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3:30
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Episode 106

New parents Chris and Amy finish their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. Their last project is the piano room where Chris's pianist great-grandmother used to play and the foyer, where his entire family once posed for the 1926 portrait that now hangs on his wall. They celebrate with a big party, and everything comes full circle as they re-create the family portrait in front of the foyer's staircase.

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4:00
PM
Episode DRVD-1209H

Mike and Liz bought their home as a foreclosure and have been actively renovating each room in the house. The basement is the last room that is in desperate need, and they would love to renovate the space and use it to entertain family and friends. While they are confident in their DIY skills, they are worried that they are at odds in terms of what should be done with the renovation.

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4:30
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Episode 1210

Christopher and Robert Kitchens are renovating their outdated kitchen. They're planning to update the area to help transform this house into a home and create a more inviting space for family and friends. These brothers are hoping to complete this renovation with the use of How-To books and good old fashioned elbow grease, but will soon find out that renovations are easier said than done.

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5:00
PM
Episode DRVD-1211H

Tracey Erickson and her friend Dannie Moore renovate her kitchen area. By removing a small half bathroom and demolishing a wall that divides the kitchen from the staircase, they hope to make an open gallery space. But these DIYers may be in over their heads on this project.

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5:30
PM
Episode DRVD-1212H

Keith and Karen Eyer want to update their boring and ugly basement. They desire to bring their basement into this decade by removing panel walls and a dingy drop-ceiling. The smelly carpet that their dogs often mistake for grass will be torn out and replaced with hardwood floors, and french doors will be installed to create privacy in the area. Karen thinks this will be a quick and easy job, but Keith does not share the same opinion. Will Karen's optimism prevail or Keith's realistic outlook set the tone for this renovation?

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6:00
PM
Episode 1210

Christopher and Robert Kitchens are renovating their outdated kitchen. They're planning to update the area to help transform this house into a home and create a more inviting space for family and friends. These brothers are hoping to complete this renovation with the use of How-To books and good old fashioned elbow grease, but will soon find out that renovations are easier said than done.

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6:30
PM
Episode 1301

Nikki and Caleb Grandy are renovating their combination kitchen/great room area to better reflect their personal tastes and to truly make their house a home for their family. They'll have to remove an entire wall of high-ceilinged built ins and the small pony wall currently dividing the space. The existing tile floor running throughout the areas will be removed to make way for hardwood and the young couple will assemble a custom oversized island that Nikki designed herself. The existing kitchen cabinets will remain intact, albeit freshly painted, but new concrete countertops will be installed throughout. The high ceilings and sheer magnitude of the space won't make this renovation easy, but the Grandys are confident they can handle anything together.

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7:00
PM
Episode 1302

Brandon and Kim Harris are planning an extremely ambitious kitchen renovation. New cabinets, countertops, flooring, lighting and fixtures are to be installed in the dining room area after completely demolishing their existing kitchen. The current kitchen will then be transformed into a more modern dining room that suits their personal style. They want to open up their floor plan from one side of the house to the other, so the load-bearing wall separating the rooms will be torn down as well. This renovation is the largest they've ever attempted, but Brandon and Kim are ready to take on this huge project and finally have a kitchen they're proud of.

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7:30
PM
Episode 1303

Lauren Kushner and Mike Musser just bought their dream home. It has tons of character, but is in need of some serious repairs, most importantly in the master bathroom. In it's current state, the bathroom is nonfunctional, run-down, dirty and simply not up to their standards of what a master bath should be. A full bathroom teardown will kickoff this renovation. Everything must go, tiled floor, ugly shower, unusable jacuzzi tub, outdated vanity. After demoing this bathroom down to its bare bones, new tile flooring, subway tiled shower with multiple jets and heads, a refinished claw foot tub and a new vanity will be installed. While neither is a stranger to smaller renovations, Lauren's confrontational and controlling attitude has been known to cause a few sparks between the couple. This complete bathroom overhaul will surely be a strenuous project, but as long as Mike's prepared to accommodate all of Lauren's demands, they should end up with their ideal bathroom.

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8:00
PM
Episode 1205

Allison and Peter Zalezsak love everything about their home, everything except their master bathroom. They want to transform their outdated bathroom into a stylish, modern space. Allison and Peter have never done any DIY before, but they're pretty confident they can figure it out. However, this renovation takes a turn for the worse when Peter finds out how dangerous renovating can be!

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8:30
PM
Episode 1206

Ashle Groth and her boyfriend Jeremy just bought the house of their dreams! They want to make it their forever home, but first, it needs some work. They've been doing lots of small renovations but the next big project is the kitchen. Ashle and Jeremy feel pretty confident in their renovation skills, but they soon realize that there's a lot more to renovation than just being handy. From confusing instructions to missing pieces, this couple starts to wonder if this renovation is against them.

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9:00
PM
Episode 1405

Jesse and Tenneil Register hate their unfinished basement. They are completely ready for a new family space. But with new doors, walls, and windows, what could go wrong? With lots of love, and lots of drywall, this couple is ready to take on the renovation!

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9:30
PM
Episode 1404

Brian and Bethany Schnur hate their master bathroom. As their final house project, they are ready to demolish everything, including the closet to build a new master bathroom. With Bethany's vision, and Brian's DIY skills, they hope to get a clean start in their new master bath.

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12:00
AM
Episode 1405

Jesse and Tenneil Register hate their unfinished basement. They are completely ready for a new family space. But with new doors, walls, and windows, what could go wrong? With lots of love, and lots of drywall, this couple is ready to take on the renovation!

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12:30
AM
Episode 1404

Brian and Bethany Schnur hate their master bathroom. As their final house project, they are ready to demolish everything, including the closet to build a new master bathroom. With Bethany's vision, and Brian's DIY skills, they hope to get a clean start in their new master bath.

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3:00
AM
Episode DRVD-1205H

Allison and Peter Zalezsak love everything about their home, everything except their master bathroom. They want to transform their outdated bathroom into a stylish, modern space. Allison and Peter have never done any DIY before, but they're pretty confident they can figure it out. However, this renovation takes a turn for the worse when Peter finds out how dangerous renovating can be!

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3:30
AM
Episode DRVD-1206H

Ashle Groth and her boyfriend Jeremy just bought the house of their dreams! They want to make it their forever home, but first, it needs some work. They've been doing lots of small renovations but the next big project is the kitchen. Ashle and Jeremy feel pretty confident in their renovation skills, but they soon realize that there's a lot more to renovation than just being handy. From confusing instructions to missing pieces, this couple starts to wonder if this renovation is against them.

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4:30
AM
Episode 109

Michael's yard has fallen into disrepair. But his fiancée and her two sons just moved in, so it's time to turn this desperate space around. Host Steve Watson and team comes to the rescue with a shock-and-awe transformation. The result? A "man's" outdoor playground, complete with a horseshoe pit, spectator garden and a custom-built outdoor mega-kitchen.

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