TV Schedule

Tuesday, Jul 19

7:00
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Episode 204F

Real estate agent Drew Levin and contractor Danny Perkins are looking to spend $400,000 on a new rental property...one of their biggest budgets yet. Drew surprises Danny with the first place - the house where they were roommates ten years ago. It's a great six-bedroom duplex, but the lower unit kitchen needs help, and the outdoor deck is falling apart. However, the yard is huge, and the upper unit is already rented for $2,800 per month. Next, they look at a three-bedroom place in Linden Hills, a desirable neighborhood that the guys have been trying to break into for years. In order for this one to work, it needs an $85,000 renovation that includes a kitchen extension and master suite addition. They ultimately decide against the risk of major construction, and buy the Green Monster duplex for $315,000. Danny's Achilles injury has healed, and he gets off crutches just in time to update the kitchen with a better layout, granite countertops, a subway tile backsplash, and a five-foot island with barstool seating. Outside, they build a new cedar deck, complete with a custom built bags set - the same lawn game that the guys used to play when they lived here. Drew takes a risk by bringing in potential renters before construction is finished, but it pays off when they decide to rent the lower unit for $1,500 per month.

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7:30
AM
Episode 104

Keisha's back yard has exactly one asset a pool. But around it lies crumbling concrete, towering weeds and a pergola on the verge of collapse. Sara starts the makeover by repairing the concrete with an overlay, and upgrading the pergola with stone-clad posts. She adds a raised vegetable bed and fills the yard with Tuscan-inspired plants and features, including a stone fountain.

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8:00
AM
Episode 204

Jason & Nicole are self-proclaimed non-DIYer's, but they're willing to learn when Landscape Designer Sara Bendrick comes in to tackle their blank canvas of a yard. The cracked concrete patio will be replaced with a raised deck, and a new patio will be created using grass and concrete pavers. Other features include a raised sod bed and a pair of hammocks for lounging.

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8:30
AM
Episode 401

Jake and Joel Moss take backyard gardening to a new level in this farm to table inspired backyard. A beefy pergola with a garden roof looks down on a massive outdoor kitchen complete with butcher- block countertops and a gourmet BBQ. Vertical planters made from recycled pallets explode with fresh herbs that provide the perfect compliment to this cooks' paradise. A custom dining table made from reclaimed wood looks out on a sea of raised industrial planter beds housing everything from insect repelling flowers to fresh fruits and vegetables to create a truly sustainable living space.

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9:00
AM
Episode 403

Jake sees bathtubs, Joel sees plants. Doug sees a pergola that looks like France. A yard that begins as nothing but dirt and damaged flagstone is completely transformed with an eco-friendly deck covered by a pergola wrapped in carved pilasters, a travertine firebox, rustic stenciled pews and a large sandblasted dining table illuminated by a blingy chandelier. Dog-friendly synthetic turf lends a pop of color to the scene, while the claw foot tub water feature set atop the repurposed pavers provides a perfect splash of serenity.

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9:30
AM
Episode 405

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 flowy 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 407

The Moss Brothers take inspiration from the homeowners Pacific Island heritage and completely transform this backyard. A custom redwood deck looks out onto a traditional Hapa shade structure featuring meticulous carved posts that sit on a scored concrete patio. A unique privacy walls features art panels inspired by tribal warriors. A redwood bench wrapped around an existing tree and drought tolerant native landscaping finishes off the yard.

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10:30
AM
Episode 409

Two art professionals who've created a masterpiece on the interior of their home will turn their backyard over to The Moss Brothers for a complete overhaul. The crew cranks out all kinds of geometric shapes to bring an artsy cubist feel to the space. The scene includes sculptural monolithic walls that frame in a three-sided bench faced in copper. A flagstone patio outlined in moss plantings becomes home to three cubist water features with reclaimed seat surrounds, while the entire picture is enclosed with unique minimalist plantings that add to the drama of the stunning setting.

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11:00
AM
Episode 1101

Matt and team head to Blog Cabin North Carolina to help transform the massive waterfront property into a cozy entertaining area. He builds a solid covered pergola with a paver patio that extends outwards to provide a hangout area, complete with a ledge stone fire pit. Inside the pergola, he adds an outdoor kitchen, ceiling fan, cable lights & dining table. Finally, to connect the structure to the home, he adds steppingstones to the porch and builds an outdoor shower which is faced with the original home's shingles.

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11:30
AM
Episode 1102

These homeowners are eager for a private, meditative oasis in their backyard, which includes a sleek wooden shade structure with a beautiful bamboo roof and ceiling fan, a contemporary stone fireplace, and tile flooring that mimics hardwood. A one of a kind glass tile art project and comfortable modern furniture are all surrounded by Asian inspired plantings and low maintenance synthetic turf.

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12:00
PM
Episode 1103

This small blank slate of a yard gets transformed into a shady oasis with multiple wood & metal shade structures, a large blue stone paver patio, metal mesh living screens, a natural stone bubbling water feature, and a wood burning suspending fire feature. A one-of-a kind living dining table, and a custom chaise lounge/planter box unit. And finally, mature Chinese Elm trees for privacy and an abundance of colorful climbing plants.

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12:30
PM
Episode 1104

Matt turns an overgrown back yard into an entertaining space using the homeowners' love of wine barrels as inspiration. The dilapidated patio cover is demo'd and a new shaded patio is built, anchored by a wine barrel pyramid water feature. An outdoor kitchen clad in corrugated metal is added along with a pub table. A wine barrel fire feature is built and surrounded by wine barrel chairs for a very unique sitting area. Finally, a light made from wine barrel bands is hung from the shade structure illuminating the wine barrel stave loungers.

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1:00
PM
Episode 1105

This couple's attempt at building their dream yard goes awry and Matt comes to their rescue. After removing everything from the yard, a large concrete patio is poured and scored into squares with alternating stain color. A large wood grid incorporated with colorful tiles is built to support a water feature, while the wood from the old deck is upcycled into planter boxes. Finally, a large two tier bar is added, and synthetic lawn is installed for the dining area.

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1:30
PM
Episode 1106

This homeowner's wasted mud space gets a Cabo style facelift with a pine timber pergola and redwood hanging bed. A decorative boardwalk deck and bar seating, plus a bronze fire table with comfortable resin patio furniture. A large farm wood dining table with seating for a large family and a beautiful Brazilian hardwood outdoor kitchen. Outlining it all are lush tropical palms and plants.

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2:00
PM
Episode 1107

A young Napa Valley couple is drowning in weeds, struggling to gain control of their overgrown backyard. So far, the best they've done is used a corner as a makeshift car workshop, under a shade structure that could cave in at any moment. Matt Blashaw offers to help them transform this mess into a gorgeous, private wine country inspired backyard retreat. Projects include a gorgeous wall of privacy panels complete with custom metal medallions, Tuscan inspired do it yourself table and benches, and stamped concrete patios and pathways. Matt's design features a new fire pit, a pond with boulder waterfall, and Tuscan inspired plantings including large and dwarf olive trees. This couple is ready to make it happen in two days. But first, they'll have to move dozens of car parts out of the way.

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2:30
PM
Episode 1108

This veterinary homeowner has let her yard go to the dogs. Matt Blashaw and his crew transform this yard into an adult lounge loaded with concrete benches, redwood privacy walls, a colorful stucco accent wall, wooden tile flooring, a modern redwood pergola with metal hanging chairs, a custom contemporary doghouse, large shade sail and low maintenance pet friendly plants and grass for the furry friends.

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3:00
PM
Episode 1109

This couple's small yard desperately needs Matt's help. Their dogs have taken it over & the space has become a dumping ground. Matt clears everything out then builds a raised deck off the back door with a barn inspired metal privacy screen complete with planted horse troughs, stairs down to a concrete patio with shade structure and space for a barbecue, dining area and kegorator. These motorcycle enthusiasts also receive a one of a kind water feature. Finally, a separate deck ramp & dog run are added to separate the pets from the people.

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3:30
PM
Episode 1110

An underused outdoor storage unit becomes a useable outdoor game room with modern wall treatment and custom pipe and wood furniture. Matt and crew also deliver with a granite countertop bar and stainless steel grill inside a ledge stone faced base and a copper water trough. On the opposite side of the grill is a functional copper ice bucket for beverages. Finally, tall evergreen shrubs create a full privacy screen.

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4:00
PM
Episode 1111

Matt searches and finds San Francisco's biggest Giants fans. With the help of major league baseball and the MLB Network, Matt and former pro player Eric Byrnes transform their boring terraced yard into a GIANTS inspired space complete with new huge platform deck with custom metal bar and wall mounted beer tap, a lounging area with large TV to watch all the games, a baseball coffee table and contemporary new deck railing plus lots of Giants bling for the ultimate ball watching mecca.

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4:30
PM
Episode 1112

These homeowners are desperate for a relaxing and meditative space in their backyard. Matt and his crew deliver with a massive vertical garden wall, a custom redwood deck and arbor, flagstone flooring for a new stainless steel BBQ grill, an elevated reading area decked out with a unique privacy wall, custom hanging living frames and finally, a bamboo water feature for tranquility.

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5:00
PM
Episode 1113

These novice farmers are overwhelmed with their expansive blank slate of a yard until Matt comes to their rescue. He helps transform the big, boring space into a rustic relaxing area complete with outdoor prep island with copper countertop, large water feature with bridge, and a cozy stone faced fireplace. Matt adds more seating with rustic wood seat walls and gives them extra living space with a new concrete patio. Finally, the space gets a green landscape with all edible plants including fruit trees, grape vines and plenty of herbs.

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5:30
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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6:00
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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6:30
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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7:00
PM
Episode 205

Surrounded by a variety of oak, walnut, pine, and maple trees, The Treehouse Guys are in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains in Blue Ridge, Georgia, building a treehouse 15 feet in the trees! Clients Michelle and Kevin Swim want this treehouse to become the be all, end all place for friends and family to gather on the cool fall nights the Blue Ridge Mountains are famous for. Armed with a napkin plan, neighbor Joe is helping the guys build the Swims a tricked out treehouse on their budding vineyard.

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8:00
PM
Episode 206

The Treehouse Guys are in Richmond, Virginia, building a treehouse on the historic Ben Dover Farm. Situated on the lowlands of Virginia and built in a massive Elm tree, the treehouse will take full advantage of the scenic views of the rolling Virginia countryside. Charles Lindbergh made a landing here in the late 1920s and now The Treehouse Guys have landed to build clients Cate and Preston their own 200-300-square-foot home-base on the family property.

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9:00
PM
Episode 202

The Treehouse Guys head down south for a build in West Memphis, Arkansas, on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River. For this project they team up with local builder Christopher Donovan to complete a 2-structure build for client and tree house lover, Abbott Widdicombe. While its unique location offers beautiful views across the river, this build is not without its challenges. Rain, bugs, and a race against the clock test their skills, but the guys rally to build a haven in the trees to match the vision of their tree house crazy client.

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10:00
PM
Episode 201

The Treehouse Guys are in Worcester Massachusetts, to build a very special treehouse, in a very special tree, for some very special kids, but first they have to cross a battlefield and escape with their lives! With the beautiful fall color as a magnificent backdrop, the guys get to building in a huge 50 foot oak tree. Because the tree is located within 50 feet of a flood plain they'll have to come up with a special design using only the tree as a support. The community rallies around the build and the treehouse is decked-out in some imagination-inspiring kid-friendly decorations, including some special hand-made tables for all the fun games they will play!

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11:00
PM
Episode 209

The Nelsons call on the Hermans to help them turn their cluttered garage into the ultimate lakeside hangout. They build an interior with a gaming area, lounge area, fireplace, full kitchen and custom furnishings including a murphy bed. In addition, they build a new recreational dock.

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11:30
PM
Episode 210

Baseball star Jim Thome calls in the Hermans to bring new life into his old cabin. They strip the cabin down to its studs and give the cabin the desired mountain feel using repurposed materials. Then they add a new staircase, custom kitchen with lakeview windows and new finishing and appliances. Finally they give the exterior a facelift with new siding, roofing, doors and landscaping.

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12:00
AM
Episode 202

The Treehouse Guys head down south for a build in West Memphis, Arkansas, on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River. For this project they team up with local builder Christopher Donovan to complete a 2-structure build for client and tree house lover, Abbott Widdicombe. While its unique location offers beautiful views across the river, this build is not without its challenges. Rain, bugs, and a race against the clock test their skills, but the guys rally to build a haven in the trees to match the vision of their tree house crazy client.

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1:00
AM
Episode 201

The Treehouse Guys are in Worcester Massachusetts, to build a very special treehouse, in a very special tree, for some very special kids, but first they have to cross a battlefield and escape with their lives! With the beautiful fall color as a magnificent backdrop, the guys get to building in a huge 50 foot oak tree. Because the tree is located within 50 feet of a flood plain they'll have to come up with a special design using only the tree as a support. The community rallies around the build and the treehouse is decked-out in some imagination-inspiring kid-friendly decorations, including some special hand-made tables for all the fun games they will play!

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2:00
AM
Episode 209

The Nelsons call on the Hermans to help them turn their cluttered garage into the ultimate lakeside hangout. They build an interior with a gaming area, lounge area, fireplace, full kitchen and custom furnishings including a murphy bed. In addition, they build a new recreational dock.

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2:30
AM
Episode 210

Baseball star Jim Thome calls in the Hermans to bring new life into his old cabin. They strip the cabin down to its studs and give the cabin the desired mountain feel using repurposed materials. Then they add a new staircase, custom kitchen with lakeview windows and new finishing and appliances. Finally they give the exterior a facelift with new siding, roofing, doors and landscaping.

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3:00
AM
Episode 206

The Treehouse Guys are in Richmond, Virginia, building a treehouse on the historic Ben Dover Farm. Situated on the lowlands of Virginia and built in a massive Elm tree, the treehouse will take full advantage of the scenic views of the rolling Virginia countryside. Charles Lindbergh made a landing here in the late 1920s and now The Treehouse Guys have landed to build clients Cate and Preston their own 200-300-square-foot home-base on the family property.

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4:30
AM
Episode 408

When their contractor abandons them mid-renovation, a Greenwich Village couple calls in Fanuka to the rescue. From troublesome doors to last-minute leaks, this job is full of challenges, so it's up to Fanuka to get the job back on track.

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