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Saturday, Jul 11

7:00
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Episode 212F

Margaret and Dan have a large private backyard they love. The problem is they have no way to get to it from their current deck. The challenge: how do you get from a top deck to a bottom deck without having stairs taking up valuable space? Answer: a spiral staircase. Paul and the team come into this project inspired and build an incredible space that includes an upper deck with a metal spiral staircase leading to a lower deck with a hot tub area (with a motorized gazebo-like cover), bar and lounge, which then leads to a circular aerial structure with a circular stone pad beneath. Now that they can get to their yard, they'll never want to leave.

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7:30
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Episode 213F

Silvina and Andrew are a tonne of fun. This couple loves to be different and different is what they're going to get. When you ask Paul to build you a space that feels like you're in the Caribbean...he's going to take that to heart. In this episode Paul and the gang take a boring townhouse backyard and turn it into a resort. Docks inspire the deck spaces: there's a tiki bar, a lounge area with a thatched cabana roof, turned cedar piers and bamboo...everywhere. Paul took a big chance on this one. And the results are simply amazing.

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8:00
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Episode 208F

Samantha and David want something different, and want Paul to be as creative with their backyard as possible. Little do they know what that means. Paul and the team break new ground with this design. In this episode we see a backyard transformed with steel beams, ponds, elevated deck spaces and a suspended steel rod bridge that joins them all together. Did we mention there are three gas fire features as well? Different and daring, this is one transformation you don't want to miss.

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8:30
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Episode 202F

Laura-Lea and Geoff have a deck that's rotting and has to go. It's so bad they'd, rather their two boys played in the front yard then out on the deck. Paul's team enters and gives them exactly what they want - a family friendly deck that has space for children to play and a space for mom and dadto relax at the end of a long day. With spots for lounging, bbqing, dining and two sets of stairs leading into the yard you have a space this family will love for years to come. The final result is spectacular.

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9:00
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Episode 409F

Cass lives at and runs a gorgeous beach club with an in-ground pool surrounded by 11 family cottages, and dreams of having a large outdoor communal space where everyone can congregate. Paul has the perfect solution, and it's big! He encompasses the pool with two lounges covered by twin pergolas with retractable awnings, a separate dining and outdoor kitchen zone, and a large sun lounging deck. Abundant fire features enable the party to continue well into the evenings, as do two large backlit see-through stone onyx panels. Glass panel railings allow the community to socialize and take in the stunning view of the lake all at the same time.

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9:30
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Episode 410F

Susan and Burt bought the perfect new house to retire in, except their open backyard has a nice view and nothing else! Paul has carte blanche on this epic outdoor space, and builds a main deck with dining and cooking areas that's connected by three bridges to an octagonal island lounging deck. Stainless steel privacy screens block out the neighbouring houses, and stone clad posts support stainless steel pergolas that complete the modern look of the deck. Susan and Burt can now enjoy their retirement in luxury.

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10:00
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Episode 304F

Can you build an escape in your backyard that feels like one of your favorite travel spots? Absolutely. In this episode Paul and the crew take on one of their biggest challenges ever and completely transform a backyard to feel like a travel destination with an Asian flare. This yard has it all: fire features, waterfalls, and a grilling area that would make any man's heart sing. This deck takes staycation to a whole new level.

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10:30
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Episode 313F

What do you do when you have a hard with a strange shape? If you're Paul you take full advantage of it. In this episode Paul takes a pie shape yard and creates a triangle-shaped deck to compliment it. The deck has three areas that all encourage huge parties. There's a built-in bbq area with an outdoor fridge, a large dining area and a gorgeous lounge with comfy furniture, beautiful custom metal privacy screens and lights to warm up cold nights. Homeowners John and Olga now have the backyard space they've always wanted.

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11:00
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Episode 401F

After ten years of living with an empty backyard, Kenneth and Tutran realize it's time to turn their backyard patch of grass into a family escape. With two young children, they want their deck to be multi-faceted, enough space for the adults to entertain, but also with a shaded place to relax as they watch the kids play. Paul comes up with a three-deck layout that includes a dining zone with a covered BBQ, a central lounge deck with curved cedar beams and a retractable awning, and a secondary lounge area to soak up the sun. There is plenty of room on this innovative deck for Kenneth and Tutran's young family to grow into.

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11:30
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Episode 402F

As busy parents always running two active kids to and from soccer games and tournaments, Lionel and Sonia want a true backyard oasis for the adults to enjoy. Going all in, they enlist Paul to completely remake their entire backyard! The makeover includes a unique circular island deck that is surrounded by waterfalls and a moat, and a complete outdoor kitchen and dining zone. With a pergola topped by shade sails and backed by decorative privacy screens, this deck provides Lionel and Sonia a true exotic escape from their suburban setting.

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12:00
PM
Episode 401

Nicole is on a mission to save vacant homes from the wrecking ball and her latest project is taking on a boarded up and previously condemned home from the late 1880s. The basement is full of structural issues, from rotten support beams and a crumbling concrete floor to the need for a new staircase that meets building code. Also on Nicole's list is turning the tiny first floor bathroom into a spacious powder room.

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12:30
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Episode 402

Turning her attention to the kitchen, Nicole must get creative and figure out how to update and reuse stock cabinets that were in the house, turn old doors into new counter tops, and repair the pine sub-floor that she's obsessed with keeping. She must also part with a previous project after it's sold to a new owner.

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1:00
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Episode 403

Turning a duplex back into a single-family home isn't always easy, but that's just what Nicole wants to do. Working to return the living and dining rooms to their original layout, she must first figure out where doorways have been closed off and ceilings dropped. Plus, there's a gorgeous stained glass window at the front of the house that will completely change people's perception of the property once it's fixed.

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1:30
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Episode 405

Nicole doesn't have much to work with in the back yard, but she's making the best with what she's got. Lifting up the garage to pour a new foundation beats the cost of building a new one from scratch. This house also needs a new roof, which is a first for Nicole on a project. Nicole picks a unique color to help make the house stand out in the neighborhood.

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2:00
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Episode 406

With work on the 4th Street house nearly complete, Nicole continues to fix up the neglected exterior. The decorative fish scales and siding need repair and the whole house deserves a fresh coat of paint. In order to give this house a second chance in the neighborhood, Nicole must also add some curb appeal by building a fence and taming the wild lawn.

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2:30
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Episode 407

Helping out a sick friend, Nicole takes on a basement restoration project and does her best to use as much scrap wood and materials as she possibly can. The foundation has structural issues that she must first repair and she also has plans to create a full bathroom using the extra space in the basement.

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3:00
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Episode 408

Nicole heads to her hometown of Detroit, Michigan to save a 1920's home that has been vacant since a fire in the house next door left it severely damaged. Nicole works with the city to clear the fire damaged house from the lot next to hers as well as cut through the jungle that is the back yard. There's a lot to fix on the interior, but first Nicole must come up with a plan of attack

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3:30
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Episode 409

Work continues on Nicole's project in her hometown of Detroit, Michigan. The 1920s duplex lower unit's kitchen and bathroom need a lot of work, and fire damage isn't the only thing causing problems. The main plumbing stack that runs between both rooms has a huge crack in it, causing years of water damage that has the wall crumbling at the touch. A room off the back of the kitchen seems to have no purpose until Nicole comes up with the idea to turn it into a home office.

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4:00
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Episode 410

Tired of the house being an eyesore in the neighborhood, Nicole must remove all the debris left over from demolishing the burnt out house on the lot next door. Nicole tackles the exterior fire damaged areas by replacing the shakes siding and painting it to match the original color. The whole neighborhood comes out to help Nicole with clearing nearby lots of garbage and overgrown weeds.

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4:30
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Episode 411

A majority of the fire damage to the Detroit house was on the second floor and Nicole takes on rehabbing the upper unit's kitchen and bathroom. Even though she has to retile the bathtub area, Nicole is able to save an original medicine chest in the bathroom. A visit to her grandparent's home reminds Nicole where her passion comes from.

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5:00
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Episode 412

Nicole works to finish up the lower level apartment by ripping up the stinky old carpet in the living and dining rooms, exposing hardwood floors she knows she can easily repair. After a visit to a local preservation group, Nicole meets up with an expert who helps her repair the original lead glass windows.

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5:30
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Episode 413

In the home stretch on her project in Detroit, Nicole must finish up the upper apartment, which is the area the fire damaged the most. She works hard to save the plaster ceiling medallion in the dining room and replaces charred window frames. The community comes together to build an urban garden.

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6:00
PM
Episode 414

Working to restore a 1920's bungalow, Nicole must tackle a ton of brickwork, including the need to rebuild the front steps after years of water damage have pulled them away from the front of the house. The decorative planter boxes have fallen apart over the years and pretty much need to be rebuilt from scratch. The roof is also in desperate need of repair, as a giant hole has allowed water to damage the integrity of the interior walls.

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6:30
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Episode 415

In her 1920s bungalow, the previous owner had begun work on a master suite in the home's attic space. Nicole picks up where they left off, adding insulation and a unique open bathroom. Ever on the lookout for pieces to rehab, Nicole flags down some scrappers and discovers they have the perfect claw foot tub for her bathroom.

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7:00
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Episode 416

The 1920s bungalow Nicole is working on had a roof leak for many years, causing severe water damage to the walls in the kitchen. Luckily, the floors are in decent shape and Nicole is able to keep the original wall sink. Nicole is able to cover the newly added HVAC vents with scrap material for an original look.

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7:30
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Episode 417

To complete her 1920s bungalow rehab, Nicole must finish the remaining rooms. They're in pretty decent shape compared to what she's used to, but collectively the work is adding up. There are floors to patch in the living room, a broken porcelain sink in the bathroom, and a ton of staging furniture to add before the house goes on the market.

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8:00
PM
Episode 105

Jerry has wanted to try his luck at house flipping for years. With his brother in law as his financial backer and his wife and kids as the extra labor forces, he's finally got his chance. This flip is a family affair.

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8:30
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Episode 106

For their first flip, Bryan and Kathy Froelich hope to make a profit large enough to get their home development company off the ground. They have a lot of hard work ahead of them, but with a little perseverance, their big dream may come true.

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9:00
PM
Episode 107

Chris and Rachel are attempting their first flip with the desire to make a profit and break out of their comfort zones. With Chris' ex-wife helping out with the renovations, comfort zones will no doubt be tested, but this soon-to-be married couple will need all the help they can get if they want their flip to be successful.

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9:30
PM
Episode 108

For their first flip, Maria Plaisance and her boyfriend Randy are turning a run-down, two-family home into one large dream house in hopes of making a substantial profit. As if a first time flip isn't stressful enough, the tension increases when Maria calls in her ex-husband to help with the demolition, but these two need the help to get the job done.

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10:00
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Episode 101

Jim Belushi buys an old Elk's Lodge property along the Rogue River outside Medford, Oregon. Intended to be a getaway for the guys called the 'Rogue's Lair", his wife, Jenny, wants nothing to do with the project, at first! Right out of the gate, snags hold up construction. Flood plain restrictions and county code requirements force changes to the design, slowing things up and adding more to the cost.

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10:30
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Episode 101

Jim Belushi buys an old Elk's Lodge property along the Rogue River outside Medford, Oregon. Intended to be a getaway for the guys called the 'Rogue's Lair", his wife, Jenny, wants nothing to do with the project, at first! Right out of the gate, snags hold up construction. Flood plain restrictions and county code requirements force changes to the design, slowing things up and adding more to the cost.

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11:00
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Episode 113

Best friends Cole Svenson and Tony Amato take on a hurricane damaged house as their first flip. They have to first raise the house an entire story before they can tackle the interior. The team has a lot of work ahead of them, but they hope to make this house better than ever and turn a profit.

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11:30
PM
Episode 104

Chrissy and Eric have some big ideas for their first flip. Problem is, neither Chrissy nor Eric know for sure if these plans are even possible. They want an open concept first floor and they want to tear down an entire structure in the backyard. It's a wild ride, but they're in it for the big money.

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12:00
AM
Episode 107

Chris and Rachel are attempting their first flip with the desire to make a profit and break out of their comfort zones. With Chris' ex-wife helping out with the renovations, comfort zones will no doubt be tested, but this soon-to-be married couple will need all the help they can get if they want their flip to be successful.

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12:30
AM
Episode 108

For their first flip, Maria Plaisance and her boyfriend Randy are turning a run-down, two-family home into one large dream house in hopes of making a substantial profit. As if a first time flip isn't stressful enough, the tension increases when Maria calls in her ex-husband to help with the demolition, but these two need the help to get the job done.

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1:00
AM
Episode 101

Jim Belushi buys an old Elk's Lodge property along the Rogue River outside Medford, Oregon. Intended to be a getaway for the guys called the 'Rogue's Lair", his wife, Jenny, wants nothing to do with the project, at first! Right out of the gate, snags hold up construction. Flood plain restrictions and county code requirements force changes to the design, slowing things up and adding more to the cost.

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1:30
AM
Episode 102

With timbers up and in place, construction is well under way on the Rogue's Lair. Now that wife, Jenny, is charmed by the location, she's fully engaged in the decision-making to help Jim create a rustic, cozy, simple getaway the entire family can enjoy.

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2:00
AM
Episode 113

Best friends Cole Svenson and Tony Amato take on a hurricane damaged house as their first flip. They have to first raise the house an entire story before they can tackle the interior. The team has a lot of work ahead of them, but they hope to make this house better than ever and turn a profit.

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2:30
AM
Episode 104

Chrissy and Eric have some big ideas for their first flip. Problem is, neither Chrissy nor Eric know for sure if these plans are even possible. They want an open concept first floor and they want to tear down an entire structure in the backyard. It's a wild ride, but they're in it for the big money.

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3:00
AM
Episode 105

Jerry has wanted to try his luck at house flipping for years. With his brother in law as his financial backer and his wife and kids as the extra labor forces, he's finally got his chance. This flip is a family affair.

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3:30
AM
Episode 106

For their first flip, Bryan and Kathy Froelich hope to make a profit large enough to get their home development company off the ground. They have a lot of hard work ahead of them, but with a little perseverance, their big dream may come true.

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4:30
AM
Episode 206

DIY's top experts tackle renovations across the nation. Projects include Nate Berkus' NY pad, a new kitchen island, a horse ranch made puuurdy, and glitzy master bath.

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