TV Schedule

Tuesday, Mar 24

7:00
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Episode 213

Jon and Terry are charged with turning a plain deck into an awesome outdoor kitchen complete with a grill, fridge, and countertops. Meanwhile, another client needs Jon and Terry to make a garbage hut that perfectly matches the facade of their home.

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7:30
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Episode 113

When their building remodel hits a speed bump, college friends and business partners Max and Janelle call "Good, Better... Best!" for help. But picking one of three awesome designs is just the first step as these budding real estate moguls weigh personal preference vs. resale potential. Host and licensed contractor Jeff Devlin narrows down the options and delivers a hip space everyone loves.

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8:00
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Episode 513

Jennifer and Keith have 5 busy kids between them, and although they had an addition put on when they blended households 4 years ago, a kitchen remodel had been put on hold – until now! Licensed Contractor James Young helps them not only gut the space, but knock into an adjacent bedroom to give them the large, open floor plan they've always wanted. The overall theme is rustic and that includes wide plank flooring, pine cabinetry and reclaimed barn planks on an accent wall, plus aged copper countertops and a stacked stone backsplash.

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8:30
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Episode 102F

The Mattison's are a family who loves to cook for family and neighbors, but their outdated kitchen is keeping them from creating those big family style meals they dream about. Designer/contractor Chip Wade wants to give them a space that can accommodate their love of food and friends. Chip overhauls this kitchen by ripping out the old cabinetry, island and walls. He further expands the entertaining space by sprucing up the adjacent outdoor deck and installs large carriage style doors. To add function to this foodie dream kitchen Chip adds pull out storage and a wine lovers dream wine cabinet. This kitchen is going to be party central.

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9:00
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Episode 104F

Policeman and messy backyard BBQ chef Eddie Smith's daughter Taylor calls on designer/contractor Chip Wade to surprise her dad with a basement and outdoor patio makeover. The basement is filled with Eddie's work out equipment and the adjacent patio is a mess of old rusty BBQ grills. In the basement Chip tears out a sagging ceiling, extends the patio space, and creates a custom window/ projector screen. This ultimate hang out space includes a new BBQ counter top, seating outside, a decked out fitness room, and a custom king size couch big enough for everyone in the family to enjoy watching a movie or the big game.

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9:30
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Episode 106F

How do you wake up with out bothering your snoozing spouse? Designer/ contractor Chip Wade solves this classic couples dilemma for homeowners Leanna Adams and George Leach. Their different sleep schedules and their cramped master suite makes it impossible for them to get ready for work with out waking each other up. Chip reorganizes this 50's ranch style home by creating new master suite from an unused family room. The new master suite has a separate sleeping room and custom his and her bathroom vanities.

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10:00
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Episode 201F

Designer/contractor Chip Wade is presented with a unique challenge for this outdoor space: make it work for an entire family of 5! In addition to a patio and grilling station for dad, mom wants an outdoor oasis and the kids want an area to drive golf balls! Chip and his team come up with some amazing solutions to create the ultimate entertainment space to keep everyone happy. Let's hope it works

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10:30
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Episode 204F

Designer / contractor Chip Wade transforms a storage room and an old patio into a resort like oasis perfect for entertaining and playing games with friends and family. Chip renovates the space by adding a horseshoe and bocce ball court, cabanas, an outdoor grill, and a custom couch that can move from the indoors to the outside.

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11:00
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Episode 206F

Jessica and John bought their home from Jessica's paternal grandmother. They are now the fourth generation to live in the house. However, they are anxious to get rid of the wood paneling, closed-off layout and original retro appliances in the kitchen! They want to be able to put their own stamp on the home and call it their own. Designer/Contractor Chip Wade comes up with an unexpected industrial-esque design for John and Jessica using concrete, metal and glass. With all the modernization that Chip and his crew added to Jessica and John's kitchen, the home now definitely fits in the 21st century.

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11:30
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Episode 208F

When Bart and Kristin first saw their home, they immediately fell in love with its charm and history. But once they moved in they realized that the layout of the 1930's house was not functional at all! Now a nagging question haunts Kristin and Bart: can a renovation fix the problems they have with the home or would it be better to move to a new house that would fit their needs? Designer/Contractor Chip Wade shows them the reality of what moving would really mean to their wallet, and presents them with a plan to stay in their current home. But it's a rough road as Kristin is a lot more attached to the house than she realizes and she threatens to stop down the renovation.

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12:00
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Episode 210F

The Perez family needs a space in their home to stay fit. With three growing boys who are avid soccer players, mom who enjoys the martial arts and dad who is intent on losing weight and getting healthy, they figured that working out as a family is the best motivation for everyone. The family enlists Designer/Contractor Chip Wade to help them build a home fitness center that would cater to everyone's interests. But Chip and his team have their work cutout for them converting a small, dusty attic space into a home gym with enough space to address all the family's desires.

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12:30
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Episode 212F

The Francis family is ready for a change. Their galley style kitchen isn't spacious enough for their growing family. It's become normal for them to eat on the couch in the family room while watching TV. Robert and Tricia want to have an open floor plan with a gourmet kitchen and dining area that would allow them to eat at a table as a family and perhaps even throw a party. To give them the Great Room of their dreams, Designer/Contractor Chip Wade must decide between building an addition or reconfiguring the square footage of their current space.

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1:00
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Episode 101

Sasha and Scott love their neighbourhood and their house but the layout is beyond strange. The master bedroom has a walk in closet INSIDE a bathroom, which also acts as an office area that is only accessible through the master bedroom. With one child still sleeping in their room and Sasha's desire to add a third, they are in desperate need of another bedroom, a bathroom and a separate office to manage Sasha's successful home business. Rob and Mia vie for bragging rights and create an amazing space.

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1:30
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Episode 102

Gary and Irina have a small house, two kids and not enough space. They're bursting at the seams and crawling all over each other. They prepare food in the kids' playroom, do crafts in the kitchen, and eat meals on the couch. And now, Irina's Mom is coming to live with them. Mia and Rob present two great design solutions. They just have to make one big design decision. Whose will they choose?

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2:00
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Episode 306

Cleiton and Viviane Goncalves recently remodeled their basement. After the contractors left their backyard in ruins, Cleiton got a book from the hardware store and tried to build a new patio. With the hot tub creating a collapsing situation and not knowing what to do next, these homeowners called Kayleen and her crew for help. Soon they will have a super awesome, tricked-out two-story patio.

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2:30
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Episode 305

Ryan and Allison Ballard bought an old printing press studio to live in, and then shortly after realized they didn't know a whole lot about construction. With a completely blank space to renovate and no idea where to start, they were in desperate need of help. Kayleen arrives with her crew to teach the Ballards some tricks of the trade and give them the knowledge that they need for success in their renovation.

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3:00
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Episode 304

Tomas and Natalee Mejia wanted to open up their kitchen/dining room area. Stopped in their tracks by a load-bearing wall they tried to tear out, they have been living in an unsafe mess for nearly three years. Thank goodness they found Kayleen! She and her crew are going full blast to revamp the kitchen and provide the open floor plan these homeowners have been wanting.

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3:30
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Episode 208

Brothers Onyi and Uche have been living with a drywall-only basement for about four years. Onyi hung the drywall initially but was afraid to attempt mudding and taping on his own. So he just gave up. With a horrible layout to top things off, this basement needs some serious help, so the guys called Kayleen. She's here to give this space a much-needed change that will leave these brothers with a perfect space for both entertaining and working.

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4:00
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Episode 209

Allison and Seth Rankin have become claustrophobic in their old, tiny kitchen. They had plans to knock down a wall between two rooms to build a new kitchen, completely from scratch. But when they broke into the wall, they had questions about whether or not it was load-bearing, so they stopped and called Kayleen. Kayleen and her team are here to knock down the wall and build this family their dream kitchen, to order.

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4:30
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Episode 210

Ken Walker built his house ten years ago to his own specifications. Now his girlfriend Michelle is ready to move in, but the house is not designed for two people to live in. This couple needs help. And since Ken is a big gamer and movie watcher, they need a room that will block sound from traveling through the whole house. Kayleen is on the case to build a new soundproof room that will make both of these homeowners happy and allow Michelle to feel right at home.

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5:00
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Episode 211

Troy Jensen and Vincent Holman bought their house five years ago with intentions of flipping it, but then they fell in love with the place, or at least most of it. When their renovations began, these homeowners wanted to create an urban loft feel in their living room but got stuck when they discovered a load-bearing wall in the space. So they called in Kayleen and her crew. She's here to tear down the wall and give the guys the modern, industrial feel that they are looking for.

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5:30
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Episode 212

The tile in Angela and David's master bath was falling off, so instead of fixing just one tile, they tore it all out, even the floors. Now they are stuck with a non-functioning bathroom and no tile, and they won't do anything until they decide on what tub they want. So Kayleen is stepping in to help this couple make some important decisions and get this bathroom makeover finished once and for all.

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6:00
PM
Episode 213

Doris and Brian's sunroom was doomed from the beginning. With a giant plant left behind by the previous owner, a hot tub that refused to function and horrible stone siding, the space left these homeowners not knowing where to start. Luckily, Kayleen is here to whip this room into shape. She's bringing in some of the coolest tricks in patios and a brand-new hot tub.

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6:30
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Episode 301

Austin Domsch got a little bit demo happy trying to renovate his basement. When he ran into electrical wires, his wife Jill made him stop for fear of electrocution. With no idea how to complete what they started, Austin and Jill called in licensed contractor and host Kayleen McCabe. Kayleen and her crew will help Austin finish the demo and build Jill and Austin the cozy family/guest room they've dreamed of.

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7:00
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Episode 301

The return of spring in Alaska means the race is on for three builders to begin constructing homes in the remote wilderness before the inevitable return of winter shuts them down. Three builders begin construction on a fishing retreat near Anchorage, a ski hut close to Valdez and a getaway log cabin in the Southeast corner of remote Alaska. Before breaking ground, one builder has to fly to his build site to inspect the piece of land he purchased without ever stepping foot on it, breaking the number one rule of land buying.

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8:00
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Episode 302

The challenges of building homes in remote Alaska continues as Lee orchestrates a massive eighteen-load helicopter drop to deliver the equipment and supplies he'll need to build a two-story cabin on Bulchitna Lake. Elsewhere, Derek handcrafts logs with a scriber and begins the tedious process of cataloging each piece of wood that will eventually be helicoptered over to his build site. Plus, Tony forgets a crucial item back in town that sets him back over a thousand dollars.

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9:00
PM
Episode 303

Tony Malone's crew outside of Haines, Alaska, get a visit from a hungry bear. Builder Lee Raymond faces challenges when working closely with family. Derek Galbraith reveals the tragic story behind the heli-skiing industry in Valdez, Alaska.

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10:00
PM
Episode 304

Tony's log cabin getaway is shut down after heavy rains make work too dangerous to continue, while a miscalculation at Lee's two story house on Bulchitna Lake has the crew enraged, and Derek takes his crew fishing on the Copper River basin with the area's only female river guide to reward them for a job well done as their ski hut project continues to thrive.

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11:00
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Episode 305

Challenges persist on the build sites as Lee brings in a pinch hitter they call the Ninja Framer to get his client's project back on schedule. Derek's crew struggles to work on the ski hut through an infestation of mosquitoes, and Tony discovers an expensive mistake that sends him back to the saw yard to cut new logs for his remote cabin getaway.

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12:00
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Episode 303

Tony Malone's crew outside of Haines, Alaska, get a visit from a hungry bear. Builder Lee Raymond faces challenges when working closely with family. Derek Galbraith reveals the tragic story behind the heli-skiing industry in Valdez, Alaska.

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1:00
AM
Episode 304

Tony's log cabin getaway is shut down after heavy rains make work too dangerous to continue, while a miscalculation at Lee's two story house on Bulchitna Lake has the crew enraged, and Derek takes his crew fishing on the Copper River basin with the area's only female river guide to reward them for a job well done as their ski hut project continues to thrive.

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2:00
AM
Episode 305

Challenges persist on the build sites as Lee brings in a pinch hitter they call the Ninja Framer to get his client's project back on schedule. Derek's crew struggles to work on the ski hut through an infestation of mosquitoes, and Tony discovers an expensive mistake that sends him back to the saw yard to cut new logs for his remote cabin getaway.

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3:00
AM
Episode 302

The challenges of building homes in remote Alaska continues as Lee orchestrates a massive eighteen-load helicopter drop to deliver the equipment and supplies he'll need to build a two-story cabin on Bulchitna Lake. Elsewhere, Derek handcrafts logs with a scriber and begins the tedious process of cataloging each piece of wood that will eventually be helicoptered over to his build site. Plus, Tony forgets a crucial item back in town that sets him back over a thousand dollars.

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4:30
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Episode 302

One bachelor's run-of-the-mill master bath is transformed into the ultimate guy's paradise with a built-in bar! Masculine products are used throughout, from the concrete tile to the custom-built metal and pleather vanities. The hand dryer, stainless steel toilet and first-ever Bath Crashers urinal make this one unforgettable design.

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