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Monday, Mar 23

7:00
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Episode 212

Worlds collide in this kitchen renovation. Angie loves to cook, but an enclosed kitchen cuts her off from the family. She might as well be on another planet! Breaking down walls opens up a whole new world of possibilities, but combining two spaces is not without it's challenges. The newly renovated, modern kitchen, must match the dining room's older character. But costs are sky high and threaten to turn this reno into science fiction.

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7:30
AM
Episode 213

In this episode Bronson has his eye set on a very special piece of salvage, an 19th century Cupola that is at a friends antique shop in Portland, Maine. For years Bronson has wanted to restore the cupola and give it a place of honor at the top of his Decker Court house. Bronson and Mikey take a very special road trip to get the cupola and then the race is on to get the cuopla restored and placed on the house. It's one of Bronson's most ambitious projects yet and if he can get it right it just might be the best thing he's ever done.

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8:00
AM
Episode 601

Licensed contractor Josh Temple and his House Crashers crew head to coastal Waldoboro, Maine to build out the living room of the nineteenth-century farmhouse selected as the 2012 Blog Cabin. In three days, Josh transforms the living room into a comfy, inviting space using reclaimed materials with rustic charm. A shelving unit and a message center are built to help organize the space, a window seat is added to emphasize the breathtaking water views and an antique card table is repurposed into a unique coffee table.

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8:30
AM
Episode 801

Jason Cameron brings his sledgehammer to smash away the ugly at Blog Cabin 2014 in Winter Haven, Florida. Jason and Blog host Chris Grundy demolish walls, an old set of stairs and an outdated bathroom to open up the first floor and reveal a stunning view of the lake. When the dust settles, Jason and Grundy get busy rebuilding this long-neglected house into a vacation retreat. In the entry way, Jason is installing new hardwood flooring with a special pattern that will welcome the winner of Blog Cabin 2014. In the living room, with the walls knocked down and stairs moved, there's new space for custom-built shelving. In the new sunroom, Jason is putting his carpentry skills into overdrive building a window seat and custom-built storage for fishing rods and cabinets for tack storage for every fisher's dream. The sunroom also gets tricked out with a dog door and cool stuff for furry friends. Plus, to keep the Florida heat at bay, there are new blinds and a room conditioning unit.

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9:00
AM
Episode 803

The Bath Crashers crew take on a small cottage and add the ultimate bedroom suite to the second floor. There's a teak accented shower with multiple sprays overhead, a gorgeous soaking tub set in front of a picture window, a custom concrete and walnut vanity, a mirror with a hidden TV and an energy efficient toilet. The bedroom features tons of custom storage, a one of a kind headboard and wall art that is directly inspired by the lake. A sliding bookshelf door leads to a private library sanctuary off the bedroom. This is the perfect place to curl up with a cup of coffee and a good book. The entire suite has amazing lake views, making it a perfect year-round sanctuary.

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9:30
AM
Episode 806

Yardcore goes lakeside to get the Blog Cabin party started the second guests step off the boat. They'll turn a blasé boardwalk and boat dock into an upscale club setting that boasts cantilevered platforms studded with native palms, a custom bar island faced with plantation style shutters set on top of locally raised cypress stumps, a second floor open deck with statuesque Ipe railing and hand built Adirondack lounge chairs, and floating hammocks set over a party platform that sports a big screen television.

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10:00
AM
Episode 203

The Brothers Moss transform a complete disaster of a yard into an outdoor lounge feel that the entire family can enjoy. Honing in on the homeowners contemporary style and need for usable outdoor space, a backlit wall with a custom redwood bench extends from the side of the house. A stamped concrete fire pit and a one of kind mosaic tile water feature dominate the center of the yard. This yard is complete with a family activity area with a football field made from long lasting synthetic turf.

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10:30
AM
Episode 205

Jake and Joel Moss create a story book backyard for a newlywed couple who have a penchant for fantasy and adventure. The guys stay true to the Tudor style of the home by building a dining area that houses a beefy reclaimed wood table underneath an open pergola. An impressive oversized arbor off the new composite deck houses a moss-encircled flagstone pathway that leads wanderers around a beautifully landscaped two-tiered pond which is home to a water spewing dragon.

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11:00
AM
Episode 207

Jake and Joel Moss upgrade a blank space backyard into an entertainer's paradise. A massive fireplace made from a reclaimed diesel gas drum and concrete warms things up with seating on either side. A circular redwood deck floats on top of the new sod creating a lounge area with custom redwood chairs. To top it off, a new concrete patio is poured to house a metal and redwood pergola with a bar below accented by decorative tin tiles.

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11:30
AM
Episode 209

Jake and Joel Moss revamp these new homeowners' rickety backyard into a woodsy getaway. Redwoods and boulders surround a meandering boardwalk that leads to a new deck. Reclaimed brick and wood create a stunning backdrop for a custom drop-down barbecue turning a new cooking station into a food lover's dream. Equipped with a grassy play area, this backyard will provide family fun for years to come.

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12:00
PM
Episode 210

How do you get homeowners who have a TV in every room to spend more time in the backyard? With another TV, of course! Jake and Joel do it up outdoor theater style with a brand new concrete patio crowned with a spacious pergola, an outdoor TV hung in a case made from repurposed pallett material, a backlit bubble wall popped with frosted plexiglass and turquoise metal, a matching coffee table, and a brand new lawn and landscaped area for the dog to join in the fun.

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12:30
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Episode 212

The Moss Brothers take one very bland backyard and transform it into 3 sophisticated outdoor rooms that are perfect for entertaining. A composite bamboo deck is topped with an open pergola structure flanked by bamboo stenciled metal dividers and a cozy fireplace. The patio gets a big splash of color from interlocking slate tiles, a planter bed filled with golden daffodils and a sea green dry streambed topped with a peaceful monolithic fountain. Oversized concrete steppers lead visitors out to the repurposed redwood deck.

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1:00
PM
Episode 201

By taking the classic craftsman feel from inside the house and bringing it into the yard, Jake and Joel turn this tiny, rundown yard into an expansive and relaxing space for the whole family. Anchored in the center of the yard by a rustic water feature made from railroad ties, the yard features a custom bar faced with period specific wainscoting, a deck made from composite materials and one of a kind privacy wall inspired by the homeowners wedding picture.

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1:30
PM
Episode 202

Jake and Joel Moss take a backyard that's loaded with mounds and mounds of trash and turn it into a High Sierra hilltop perfect for a jeeping adventure seeker. The brothers take inspiration from the Rubicon Trail, a well known passage used by off-road vehicle enthusiasts in California's High Sierras. They build a luxury campsite complete with an historic logging flume waterfall that spills into a serene pond, bring in huge mountain top boulders, fashion a firepit out of moss rocks that doubles as a barbeque, and forge a trailway big enough for a jeepster to park his rig on to enjoy the peace and quiet of the regal yet rustic space.

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2:00
PM
Episode S13

DIY Network's Jason Cameron searches the country to find America's Most Desperate Landscape. The annual search takes Jason and his crew to Escondido, California where the Ruffins' neighbors are begging Jason to fix the neighborhood eyesore. It will take a crane, some huge boulders, a steel pergola and a custom-built bench, deck and fountain to transform this ugly yard from worst in America to one of the best.

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3:00
PM
Episode 803

Jason hits Las Vegas to help a fire manipulator and his stilt-walking wife fix up their mess of a yard. Jason's plan calls for a new driveway, a natural stone sitting area and a fire pit. Plus, the homeowners have a surprise that may make Jason lose his lunch.

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3:30
PM
Episode 805

Jason's in Las Vegas to help two professional poker players fix up their Spanish Tudor home. He's patching a brick wall, building a new mailbox, laying a new tile entryway and installing a fountain. All this, plus a new garage door, has Jason betting that this desperate space is about to win the jackpot.

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4:00
PM
Episode 807

Jason cruises into Miami to help a couple of yoga instructors transform their desperate landscape into a peaceful paradise. He creates a travertine walkway, a bamboo yoga corner and a natural fence. And he does it all while one of the homeowners is in India!

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4:30
PM
Episode 809

Jason steps up his game to deal with a feisty homeowner and the city inspector in sunny Miami Springs, Florida. Jason and his crew install a fence, a circular patio and more than 100 plants. But will it be up to code?

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5:00
PM
Episode 811

Two young homeowners spent their savings rehabbing their house and financing an expensive spinal surgery for their dog. The yard has literally gone to the dogs! Jason rescues the space with a new patio, new paint and lots of new landscaping.

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5:30
PM
Episode 813

Mike and Erin Penn of Dexter, Michigan, are the winners in DIY Network's search for America's Most Desperate Landscape. Jason plans a huge two-day transformation, complete with hundreds of plants, a new terrace and plenty of other surprises. The Penns' front yard will go from one of the worst in America to one of the best!

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6:00
PM
Episode 810

Jason is heading back to school to help an elementary principal put in a new landscape at the school's brand-new building. The Desperate Landscapes crew builds benches, plants huge trees and installs something they never have before - a time capsule.

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6:30
PM
Episode 808

Jason heads to Las Vegas to help two amazing acrobatic artists. He's bringing in huge boulders, tons of rock and plenty of plants to fix this desperate landscape, but will the judging neighbors give the yard a perfect 10?

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7:00
PM
Episode 806

Jason is on hand to help two dedicated rehabbers fix up their desperate landscape. Neighbors describe the house as "mustard gone bad," so Jason brings in gallons of paint and a new entry door, rips out the old dated sidewalk and builds a brand-new arbor to put the complaints to rest.

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7:30
PM
Episode 804

This time Jason heads to Woodland Avenue, where Jim and Marsha Burton are the butt of many neighbors' jokes. Their porch is falling apart, there's no landscaping and they need a new sidewalk. The solution? Jason brings in heavy machinery, beautiful new steps and plenty of plants to show the neighbors the Burtons' yard is no laughing matter.

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8:00
PM
Episode 1201

These Nashville homeowners have no idea how to tackle their steep yard until Matt finds them and transforms the space into a traditional English garden. He gives them privacy by building a lattice fence alongside the public pathway, then levels the yard and lays a stone patio complete with sitting walls and a fire pit. He adds an outdoor barbecue faced with reclaimed Tennessee wood and refinishes their dilapidated deck. Finally, he adds manicured hedges, trees and gravel pathways.

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8:30
PM
Episode 1202

These professional homeowners are dismayed with what to do with their empty yard. Matt transforms it into a modern fusion of art and Asian style with a redwood pergola with slanted louvers for optimal shade, a one-of-a-kind outdoor kitchen, and salvaged tree timbers flooring. A relaxing fire pit area, which includes a custom metal water feature, and a meditative Zen rock garden with large boulders, gravel and a special Zen garden rake complete the transformation.

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9:00
PM
Episode 1203

These restaurateurs are overwhelmed with their overgrown tiny space until Matt and his crew come to their rescue. He helps to make this tiny unusable space functional with a redwood retractable dining table, a modern shear decent water feature, and floating wooden benches surrounded by dense plantings. An old vintage cabinet is modified into a rolling wet bar. And lastly, the yards entire patio gets a modern look using large vertical pavers with decorative gravel between the joints.

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9:30
PM
Episode 1204

These roommates are tired of their boring yard that's bare except for a hammock. They're looking for an fun yard that reflects their personalities and Matt and his crew deliver! He elongates the sad patio pad by building a wood deck over it. He improves the flow of the yard by adding a palapa as the gathering space and a hanging bed as the relaxing area. A ledge stone water wall is added for tranquility and a bamboo privacy screen is built to hide the massive A/C unit. Finally, lush plants, sod and gravel pathways are added to complete the look of this upscale beachy backyard.

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10:00
PM
Episode 1205

These homeowners have no space in the backyard to call their own until Matt converts this neglected pre-school into a modern heavy metal adult lounge. He builds a unique metal frame BBQ island with a cascading limestone waterfall countertop, a redwood tree surround with attached rain gutters as planters and hanging from on the base is metal art frames. Finally, a concrete fire pit is surrounded by a beautiful redwood deck with resin outdoor furniture, a wood and metal privacy wall and colorful plants.

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10:30
PM
Episode 1206

These two veterinarians have ignored their backyard due to an expansive home remodel and it's become cluttered and overgrown. Matt comes in and cleans it out, trims it back, and builds an organized space for entertaining. He adds a large paver patio with a metal fire feature and a new barbecue with a metal prep island. Because the yard sits right on the city's bike path, he also builds a bike barn using wood and rusted steel, for bike storage. Finally, he adds painted corrugated metal to the fences for a more contemporary look.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1207

A large overgrown tree in the middle of these homeowners' backyard makes this space unusable. Matt and his team Crash into the yard like a Texas stampede to clear out the space and start anew. First up, an extra-large cedar pergola skirted by a curvy deck brings back major style and function to this neglected yard. The homeowners' love of outdoor cooking inspires Matt to roll in a massive Texas style smoker framed by arbors defining a more upscale entrance to the space. Additional entertaining space comes in the form of a new decomposed flagstone patio and bench seating made from pavers with a fire pit as a focal point. The landscaping intervention finishes off with lush native Texas grasses, annual plants for color and an edible container garden outlining the yard.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1208

This Houston couples' back yard is a barren wasteland, the only ones who venture out there are their two dogs. With the mild climate, this couple yearns for a space to entertain and dine outside, but want it to reflect their funky personalities. Matt takes the challenge and delivers an elegant space with eclectic overtones. He adds a 500 square foot paver patio with cedar pergola and a multicolor wood burning fire place. He drops glass pendants from cedar posts over a huge cedar table topped with zinc and adds artificial turf and bamboo around the perimeter for privacy.

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12:00
AM
Episode 1203

These restaurateurs are overwhelmed with their overgrown tiny space until Matt and his crew come to their rescue. He helps to make this tiny unusable space functional with a redwood retractable dining table, a modern shear decent water feature, and floating wooden benches surrounded by dense plantings. An old vintage cabinet is modified into a rolling wet bar. And lastly, the yards entire patio gets a modern look using large vertical pavers with decorative gravel between the joints.

More About This Episode
12:30
AM
Episode 1204

These roommates are tired of their boring yard that's bare except for a hammock. They're looking for an fun yard that reflects their personalities and Matt and his crew deliver! He elongates the sad patio pad by building a wood deck over it. He improves the flow of the yard by adding a palapa as the gathering space and a hanging bed as the relaxing area. A ledge stone water wall is added for tranquility and a bamboo privacy screen is built to hide the massive A/C unit. Finally, lush plants, sod and gravel pathways are added to complete the look of this upscale beachy backyard.

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1:00
AM
Episode 1205

These homeowners have no space in the backyard to call their own until Matt converts this neglected pre-school into a modern heavy metal adult lounge. He builds a unique metal frame BBQ island with a cascading limestone waterfall countertop, a redwood tree surround with attached rain gutters as planters and hanging from on the base is metal art frames. Finally, a concrete fire pit is surrounded by a beautiful redwood deck with resin outdoor furniture, a wood and metal privacy wall and colorful plants.

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1:30
AM
Episode 1206

These two veterinarians have ignored their backyard due to an expansive home remodel and it's become cluttered and overgrown. Matt comes in and cleans it out, trims it back, and builds an organized space for entertaining. He adds a large paver patio with a metal fire feature and a new barbecue with a metal prep island. Because the yard sits right on the city's bike path, he also builds a bike barn using wood and rusted steel, for bike storage. Finally, he adds painted corrugated metal to the fences for a more contemporary look.

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2:00
AM
Episode 1207

A large overgrown tree in the middle of these homeowners' backyard makes this space unusable. Matt and his team Crash into the yard like a Texas stampede to clear out the space and start anew. First up, an extra-large cedar pergola skirted by a curvy deck brings back major style and function to this neglected yard. The homeowners' love of outdoor cooking inspires Matt to roll in a massive Texas style smoker framed by arbors defining a more upscale entrance to the space. Additional entertaining space comes in the form of a new decomposed flagstone patio and bench seating made from pavers with a fire pit as a focal point. The landscaping intervention finishes off with lush native Texas grasses, annual plants for color and an edible container garden outlining the yard.

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2:30
AM
Episode 1208

This Houston couples' back yard is a barren wasteland, the only ones who venture out there are their two dogs. With the mild climate, this couple yearns for a space to entertain and dine outside, but want it to reflect their funky personalities. Matt takes the challenge and delivers an elegant space with eclectic overtones. He adds a 500 square foot paver patio with cedar pergola and a multicolor wood burning fire place. He drops glass pendants from cedar posts over a huge cedar table topped with zinc and adds artificial turf and bamboo around the perimeter for privacy.

More About This Episode
3:00
AM
Episode 1201

These Nashville homeowners have no idea how to tackle their steep yard until Matt finds them and transforms the space into a traditional English garden. He gives them privacy by building a lattice fence alongside the public pathway, then levels the yard and lays a stone patio complete with sitting walls and a fire pit. He adds an outdoor barbecue faced with reclaimed Tennessee wood and refinishes their dilapidated deck. Finally, he adds manicured hedges, trees and gravel pathways.

More About This Episode
3:30
AM
Episode 1202

These professional homeowners are dismayed with what to do with their empty yard. Matt transforms it into a modern fusion of art and Asian style with a redwood pergola with slanted louvers for optimal shade, a one-of-a-kind outdoor kitchen, and salvaged tree timbers flooring. A relaxing fire pit area, which includes a custom metal water feature, and a meditative Zen rock garden with large boulders, gravel and a special Zen garden rake complete the transformation.

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