Amy and her team tackle a kitchen and dining disaster that hasn't been renovated since the 1960s, and is in desperate need of an overhaul. Newlywed Seth wants to surprise his wife Rose with a kitchen makeover since the room is such an eyesore and the couple won't be able to afford to reno the space for many years. With help from their friend, Ian, who acts as a spy, Seth keeps Rose away while Amy and her team reno the kitchen, dining room and living room. They create a retro-Scandinavian kitchen and living area that will match Seth and Rose's design style. The plan is for the crew to demo the entire kitchen, take down walls, add a new floating floor, cabinets, appliances, an island and all new furniture to create a dramatic and beautiful new space. But once installation begins, problems with the cabinet layout and oven installation slow them down and the team needs more than 6 hours to complete the build. Spy Ian runs out of ways to stall the couple and is forced to improvise in a way that leaves the crew wondering if they can finish the job.
Fanuka Inc has a massive challenge - renovate and a restore an uptown apartment with over 100 years of history, and seamlessly blend new wood paneling with century-old millwork. Meanwhile, Stephen and his team are called in to fix a crumbling kitchen in Tribeca.
When homeowner Jennifer faced a health crisis, her daughters and husband became her strong supporters and gave her the courage to fight back. Now that doctors have given her a clean bill of health, Jennifer wants to thank her family with an amazing basement reno. Amy and her team will create a fun craft room and family media room to surprise the family. Jennifer takes her daughters and husband to the fair for a planned 5-hour adventure. Her best friend Tammy will act as a spy, and communicate with Amy to make sure the family stays away long enough for the team to complete the job. Amy and her crew demo the current basement, and divide the L-shaped room into two rooms with a wall of sliding doors and windows. The craft room gets custom built-ins including a craft table, sewing station and fabric wall. In the family room, the team refaces the dull brick fireplace and creates a new media center, installs new bookcases, flooring, paints and refurnishes the entire space. But the basement space creates havoc with cell phone communications, and when Amy needs more time to complete the reno, she is unable to reach the spy. The floors and bookcases are unfinished, and the new furniture isn't in place. If the spy hasn't delayed the family on her own, this reno will be busted.
All bets are off when Vanilla Ice and his crew design an exclusive poker room for their million dollar estate, complete with hardwood flooring, a wine rack and custom wallpaper. The guys also raise the stakes when blinging out the dining room and foyer.
Vanilla Ice and his crew pull out all the stops when they turn their bland master bedroom into a suite spot for future homeowners to call their own, complete with a fancy ceiling application, hardwood floors and a private entryway to the hot tub.
There's only one chance to make a first impression and Vanilla Ice and his crew are up to the challenge. Before buyers come to the door, they must transform the monstrous maroon mansion with a new coat of paint, an elegant water fountain and cultured stone accents.
Between the game room, the deck and the kid's bedrooms, Rob and his team have their hands full when flipping the plain jane upstairs. Rob's daughter offers her own design ideas to make these rooms shine for future families.
Vanilla Ice and his crew are putting the pedal to the metal as they soup up their busted down garage. The cavernous three car space gets put into overdrive with brand new doors, race track flooring and an exclusive man cave kitchen.
Vanilla Ice and his crew get to flex their green thumbs with the landscaping of their expansive estate. From transplanting existing trees to bringing in a bevy of exotic Floridian flora, these guys know how to bring their yard into full bloom.
It's a rush to the finish as Vanilla Ice and his crew prepare to put their recently renovated estate on the market. From final touches to staging the key rooms, it's a race against the clock in preparation for their open house extravaganza.
Kraig takes on a hockey player's garage. Behind these doors are autographed cartoons, legendary hockey signatures and a signed stock car helmet. There's something for everyone in here. The only question is how much is it all worth?
You've never seen toys like this! If the crew can brave the spiders, they'll make out like bandits. Vintage dolls, dangerous antique toys and classic car parts. Who knows what they'll pull out of this cavernous garage next? But today's job isn't like all the rest, The Garage Brothers are a man down.
Kraig can't pass on a promising gig rumored to yield heirlooms and professional-grade DJ equipment. This job's a gamble though, the clients can't decide what to keep. Kraig finds a nuclear discovery so radioactive it glows green! Will profits do the same?
Robert and Stephanie are ready to buy their first home, but after two years of waiting for Robert's working papers, they need an income property to help catch-up on their finances. Scott helps them choose between a bungeloft, a detached duplex, and a single family home.
Garage Brothers search for valuable tools, which Tony repurposes as zombie survival gear. Kraig's kicking himself for taking this job but he has a chance to redeem himself when Tony challenges him to a friendly wager. Who's your money on?
Exterior Designer Billy Derian will help Neiyra and Vaughn open up their cramped, hodge-podge backyard into a sleek and sophisticated Miami martini lounge where they can entertain without ever feeling fenced in!