TV Schedule

Sunday, Sep 27

7:00
AM
Episode 1313

Amanda & Tyler have a boring back yard. They'd like a place to eat & entertain so Chris agrees to help them with their vision. The existing covered deck is enhanced by updating the existing railing. A surround is built for Tyler's smoker so that it becomes his outdoor kitchen with a granite countertop prep area. The side stairs which were awkward are replaced with corner stairs that provide more room as well as drop down to a huge new concrete patio complete with a brick fire pit. A large metal water feature becomes the focal point of the yard. Wood & metal privacy screens are built to hide the back neighbor's house. Horse troughs are repurposed into raised planter beds. And finally, the master bedroom's landing is enlarged and a curved brick seat wall is added to make the space more cohesive. Large trees and colorful landscaping is added, along with new sod.

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7:30
AM
Episode 1401

Sonora persuades Chris to come see her backyard in her brand new house, a big empty space with one huge redwood tree in the middle. Using that for inspiration, Chris comes up with a mountain retreat design that starts with covering up her existing concrete pad with natural stone, and building a wood privacy screen to block out her neighbor's huge RV. He adds a large ledgestone water feature as well as a big wooden deck topped with a custom made dining table. He uses boulders to define a fire pit area and adds large redwood trees, cedars and ferns. Finally, he turns a ski lift chair into a comfy swing and surrounds it with lush landscaping.

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8:00
AM
Episode 1402

Wendy & Demond have a plain backyard. They'd like an outdoor space to cook and chill in so Chris comes to their aide. The existing sod and old brick pathway is removed and replaced with a new flagstone pathway. A new concrete patio is poured and a beautiful redwood pergola is built onto it with some reclaimed lumber and shutters as the backdrop. A custom outdoor kitchen is constructed with a special countertop and wood siding base. A beautiful water feature surrounded by herbs & veggies becomes a functional part of the yard. Masonry & wood benches provide an entertainment spot around the metal fire feature. A one-of-a-kind sports scoreboard is created for their energetic baseball loving family along with new sod and surrounding plants!

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8:30
AM
Episode 1403

Tim and Robyn Arthur can't use their backyard. The deck is too small for a table and there are no railings separating the deck from the above ground pool. Chris comes to their rescue by demoing the deck and pool, and building a new large cabana-style deck with dining space, grilling space and bar. He includes a metal and wood railing for safety and drapes for privacy. Stairs lead down to a new concrete and turf checked patio with a lounging area and unique water feature. Finally, grasses and birch trees are added for a beachy vibe.

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9:00
AM
Episode 1405

Pedro and Alicia purchased their Eichler home and have spent time redoing the inside but have neglected the outside. It's a messy space with no flow and no shade. The couple begged Chris to help them transform it into a mid century modern entertaining space. Chris starts with demoing the existing cracked concrete pad and replacing it with concrete squares in a grid pattern. Pedro is a chef so Chris adds a large 'L' shape kitchen & bar island faced in metal mesh, and an herb garden. For Alicia, he includes a large metal shade structure over a dining space. The rickety block wall is replaced with a cement and glass block water wall to become the yard's focal point.

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9:30
AM
Episode 1404

Homeowners Melanie & Ian have a lackluster backyard and they want a space to entertain and relax in with their family and friends. Chris and his crew arrive to build a unique granite and redwood bar table with an adjoining prep station cabinet. New concrete is poured with random insets of flagstone throughout. A custom fire pit is constructed out of concrete with a rustic metal ring on top. A massive rock waterfall and pond is built with fragrant and lush plants. A secret garden is designed for their furry pets which includes non-toxic plants, mulch & frozen treats.

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10:00
AM
Episode 111

Cheryl decides to handle a bathroom renovation on her own after searching for the right contractor proves harder than it looks. Her family and friends pitch in to help, but even the best intentions can't substitute real expertise. When the truth comes crashing through her ceiling, Cheryl puts a stop to her DIY reno and is left without a working shower for 5 months. Mike comes to her rescue but soon realizes that she needs a lot more than just a shower. Cheryl is Deaf but doesn't have a 'Sign Language' friendly home, which turns this standard bathroom reno into a breakthrough project for Mike and his team.

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11:00
AM
Episode 109

When the police arrest a kitchen contractor responsible for ripping off over 70 families, Mike finally faces the biggest 'bull' he's ever seen and reminds us that if something seems too good to be true, it probably is. After holding Laura and Greg's new kitchen hostage for 4 months, even threatening to put a lien on their home, the desperate couple turn to the one contractor they can trust. Mike steps in to make it right and gives this family the kitchen that was stolen from them.

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12:00
PM
Episode 107

A high school teacher is run down by a van after his home is vandalized. Tragically, his recovery means learning how to walk. The crew rally behind Mike and go the extra mile by building a fully accessible backyard oasis, complete with hot tub, and then topping it off with a display shelf for the prized running shoe collection. Mike even brings in boxing legend George Chuvalo to deliver this knockout performance and to remind the victim that you've got to keep rolling with the punches.

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1:00
PM
Episode 218

Benny and Queenie bought a 9-year-old home for their growing family. Their home inspector said the second-storey deck had some moisture but it was nothing to worry about, all it needed was a fresh coat of paint. As soon as Benny begins working on the first piece of trim, the deck starts to fall apart. After receiving quotes between $35,000 and $50,000 to repair the damage they contact Mike Holmes to help save their home and their life savings. Mike and his team start taking it apart and discover that the builder did not build it to code. The structure is compromised with rotted wood and could collapse at any moment. Mike is beside himself and shows what happens when homes are built for looks and not for safety.

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2:00
PM
Episode 217

Pam is a nurse who works countless hours at a brain injury center. When her family breaks apart she quickly finds a small home for herself and her kids. But as soon as they move in the problems start piling up. Everything from the sump pump and the venting to the kitchen and the yard needs fixing, but she's too busy supporting her family to do it herself. Her mother-in-law Aggie is so desperate to help she tracks down Mike Holmes, writes him a letter and delivers it straight to his mailbox. Mike agrees to do whatever he can to help and puts his son, Mike Holmes Jr. in charge of making it right for Pam.

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3:00
PM
Episode 216

Janice and George are offered a percentage of their contractor-friend's business for $300,000, with $100,000 going towards renovations on their home. They take the opportunity but realize something is seriously wrong after weeks of shoddy work and a few red flags. Eventually, they discover that they are one of over 40 families that have fallen victim to an elaborate $15 million fraud. Their basement is destroyed, their savings are gone and their family's future hangs in the balance. Mike and his team are called in to make it right and help restore their trust and self-esteem.

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4:00
PM
Episode 214

Jill and Mel hired a contractor who promised a second storey addition in 10 weeks for $125,000 dollars. A year and a half later, the addition is nowhere near complete and the contractor has disappeared, but not before taking $170,000 of their money. Mike Holmes is called in and quickly discovers that he's dealing with one of the worst homes he's ever seen! Not only is it unfinished, it's totally unsafe. For every step forward, Mike and his team have to take two steps back in order to uncover what exactly was done and what it will take to salvage this home. And for the first time in Holmes history, Mike offers them a way out and Jill and Mel are forced to make a decision that no homeowner ever wants to make.

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5:00
PM
Episode 215

Jill and Mel hired a contractor who promised a second storey addition in 10 weeks for $125,000. Unfortunately they had to learn the hard way that a professional-looking contract doesn't equal professional work and when you don't spot the red flags, you get burned. Mike is called in but the news isn't good. This is one of the worst houses he has ever worked on. Not only is the addition completely unsafe, but their entire home has also been compromised and it's going to take a lot to make it right. After sinking $170,000 into their renovation it's decision time for Jill and Mel.

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6:00
PM
Episode 213

When the City of Toronto faces a historic downpour, Gina's basement floods with water backing up from the City's sewage system. The remediation company hired by her insurance fails to follow the right protocols, putting Gina's son Joey at risk when he tries to clean up the mess himself. Mike arrives on site and discovers that Joey's grandfather was a self-taught carpenter, whose workshop was in the now damaged basement. Mike does double duty when he restores this family's home, as well as the fond memories of a grandfather's love and true craftsmanship.

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7:00
PM
Episode 101

Eric Myers and his crew clear out a jam-packed 300-year-old attic. The third floor of this classic colonial is stuffed with ironic toys, strange saddles and true pieces of American history. Will private letters from Jackie Kennedy and extremely rare model trains mean big bucks for Junk Junk Baby?

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7:30
PM
Episode 102

A wicked storm won't stop the Junk Junk Baby team from tackling this antique-filled attic. Eric hopes the first issue of Sports Illustrated and a vintage baseball board game will knock this job out of the park. And centuries-old encyclopedias will mean big bucks, if they can find the whole set.

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8:00
PM
Episode 105

This small attic is loaded with forgotten knickknacks and long-lost heirlooms. The homeowner hasn't tried to clean the space in more than 20 years and she's fed up. She's called in Junk Junk Baby to bring her third floor back to life. Eric and the crew bank on kerosene lamps to light up some profits or an antique icebox to bring in cold hard cash.

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8:30
PM
Episode 103

A big attic means a big mess, but an even bigger opportunity to make money. This attic has 95 years worth of antiques and collectibles for the Junk Junk Baby crew to dig through. But old toys and ugly sweaters aren't enough to break even, so the crew banks on an antique wagon to wheel in the profits.

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9:00
PM
Episode 106

This 200-year-old barn has been packed to the brim with forgotten antiques for as long as anyone can remember. Now Eric has unleashed his crew to clear it out and bring this barn's attic back to life. After withstanding two centuries of New England elements, it takes just two hours for Dennis 'The Bull' to do some damage.

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9:30
PM
Episode 104

The Junk Junk Baby team makes a house call to help two sisters surprise their mother with an attic makeover. This double-sized attic once belonged to a doctor and Eric hopes decades of forgotten antiques and medical gear will tip the scales into the black.

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10:00
PM
Episode 407

This is a haul for the record books. Garage Brothers landed an all-star job in a garage packed with baseball memorabilia and more than 100,000 trading cards. Kraig hopes America's pastime proves profitable. Will Kraig hit a grand slam with a Louisville Slugger signed by Hammerin' Hank Aaron?

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10:30
PM
Episode 411

This overstuffed garage once belonged to a drag racer who left behind a ton of gear, and you won't believe how much used car parts and old tires sell for! But a big-time discovery sends Kraig to meet with a real NASCAR driver. Will this racer's surplus land Garage Brothers in the winner's circle?

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11:00
PM
Episode 405

Garage Brothers go to war with a Marine's garage. This unusable space is stuffed with a ton of vintage military gear, authentic uniforms, tasty field rations and an officer's sabre. All this cool stuff will definitely cut a profit.

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11:30
PM
Episode 406

A photographer's jam-packed garage is loaded with cool discoveries, including an Atari video game system, a rare pair of Air Jordan sneakers and a guitar pick used by rock 'n' roll icon Bob Dylan! This stuff could add up to big bucks.

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12:00
AM
Episode 106

This 200-year-old barn has been packed to the brim with forgotten antiques for as long as anyone can remember. Now Eric has unleashed his crew to clear it out and bring this barn's attic back to life. After withstanding two centuries of New England elements, it takes just two hours for Dennis 'The Bull' to do some damage.

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12:30
AM
Episode 104

The Junk Junk Baby team makes a house call to help two sisters surprise their mother with an attic makeover. This double-sized attic once belonged to a doctor and Eric hopes decades of forgotten antiques and medical gear will tip the scales into the black.

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1:00
AM
Episode 407

This is a haul for the record books. Garage Brothers landed an all-star job in a garage packed with baseball memorabilia and more than 100,000 trading cards. Kraig hopes America's pastime proves profitable. Will Kraig hit a grand slam with a Louisville Slugger signed by Hammerin' Hank Aaron?

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1:30
AM
Episode 411

This overstuffed garage once belonged to a drag racer who left behind a ton of gear, and you won't believe how much used car parts and old tires sell for! But a big-time discovery sends Kraig to meet with a real NASCAR driver. Will this racer's surplus land Garage Brothers in the winner's circle?

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2:00
AM
Episode 405

Garage Brothers go to war with a Marine's garage. This unusable space is stuffed with a ton of vintage military gear, authentic uniforms, tasty field rations and an officer's sabre. All this cool stuff will definitely cut a profit.

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2:30
AM
Episode 406

A photographer's jam-packed garage is loaded with cool discoveries, including an Atari video game system, a rare pair of Air Jordan sneakers and a guitar pick used by rock 'n' roll icon Bob Dylan! This stuff could add up to big bucks.

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3:00
AM
Episode 105

This small attic is loaded with forgotten knickknacks and long-lost heirlooms. The homeowner hasn't tried to clean the space in more than 20 years and she's fed up. She's called in Junk Junk Baby to bring her third floor back to life. Eric and the crew bank on kerosene lamps to light up some profits or an antique icebox to bring in cold hard cash.

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3:30
AM
Episode 103

A big attic means a big mess, but an even bigger opportunity to make money. This attic has 95 years worth of antiques and collectibles for the Junk Junk Baby crew to dig through. But old toys and ugly sweaters aren't enough to break even, so the crew banks on an antique wagon to wheel in the profits.

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4:30
AM
Episode 1307

Ken Froehner and his wife Kristen have had a very busy year. In the last 365 days, they got married, had a baby, bought a house and completely renovated it. Now before they can move in to their new home, there is one more thing that needs to be completed, the basement, but after months of renovation Ken and Kristen no longer have the energy or the time. So they reached out to the Man Caves team to come in and take over. Since Ken is extremely proud of his job as a lineman, we decided that we are going to make him a High Voltage Cave that can even take care of his family while he is out taking care of others. With a whole house natural gas generator, a custom high voltage bar and a brand new pellet stove, this cave will be one of the most electrifying caves in the area, especially if all the electric goes out.

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Sunday, Sep 27

On TV

Man Caves

7am | 6c

Man Caves

7:30am | 6:30c

Blog Cabin

8am | 7c

Blog Cabin

8:30am | 7:30c

House Crashers

9:30am | 8:30c

House Crashers

10:30am | 9:30c

House Crashers

11am | 10c

House Crashers

11:30am | 10:30c
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Tiny House, Big Living

8pm | 7c

Love Yurts

10pm | 9c

Love Yurts

10:30pm | 9:30c

Love Yurts

11pm | 10c

Love Yurts

11:30pm | 10:30c

Tiny House, Big Living

12:30am | 11:30c

Love Yurts

1am | 12c

Love Yurts

1:30am | 12:30c

Love Yurts

2am | 1c

Love Yurts

2:30am | 1:30c

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4:30am | 3:30c

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