TV Schedule

Tuesday, Aug 30

7:00
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Episode 210F

Real estate agent Drew Levin and contractor Danny Perkins have up to $250,000 to spend on their next rental property…and their choices are a rough looking house in a great location or a great looking house in a rough location. The first place is a four-bedroom in the suburbs, listed for $140,000. It's a proven rental market, but the whole place needs a face-lift and it wouldn't work for a family without a $20,000 kitchen addition. The next place is a five-bedroom duplex just a block away from a really hot neighborhood. It's more expensive than the first, but the lower unit is rentable as-is and the upper unit has loads of potential.

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7:30
AM
Episode 110

The close-knit Martinez family loves to gather with their extended family, but their backyard has been left in disarray and no one wants to spend time back there. So sisters Melissa & Illiana are taking on the task of making over their parent's yard with help from Landscape Designer Sara Bendrick. Plans call for a Spanish-inspired dining area complete with a rustic pergola and Saltillo tile floor, a large fireplace with built-in seating, a relaxing water feature, and desert-style landscaping.

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8:00
AM
Episode 210

Siao & Gayle saw lots of potential when they moved into their hillside home 2 years ago. They've renovated much of the interior, but out back reminds them of a prison yard. Landscape Designer Sara Bendrick plans to change all that by ditching the chain link fence in favor of a sleek wooden fence with embedded marbles. She'll also build them a cantilevered deck to expand the living space, and a vegetable garden made of stacked railroad ties that will double as a privacy fence.

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8:30
AM
Episode 301F

Paul and Ronit love their yard, but feel it is missing a deck. Their space has particular challenges including incorporating a beautifully landscaped pond and leaving enough green space for their playful pugs. They also want a deck that can be used for three seasons. Paul accepts the mission and builds three separate deck spaces including a breakfast bar with 700-pound glass top, a gorgeous metal fire feature, and a lounge area with hot tub that gives a perfect view of the pond.

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9:00
AM
Episode 303F

In this episode Paul gets to design a deck for Boris, an executive chef and his wife Keren. And what's the main feature? A gorgeous stainless steel kitchen with custom stainless steel pergola posts overhead. But that's not the main feature for everyone. There's also a lounge with a huge hanging fireplace and comfy cushions. Oh, and of course the putting green, which is a particular landscaping triumph. Paul and the crew fight through bad weather, heat and crazy ideas. Order up!

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9:30
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Episode 305F

Tom and Katrina decided that instead of a cottage they want a deck that feels like a cottage getaway. Tom also has one special request - he wants an outdoor lounge with a TV. In this episode Paul and the crew exceed all expectations by building a gorgeous deck complete with stone clad walls and posts, cedar beams, a cedar roof and an outdoor kitchen complete with a quartz countertop. This spectacular three-season space is an all round stunner.

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10:00
AM
Episode 307F

Karen and Rob have very busy lives. And a yard they don't like. They love their home and want a space outside where they can unwind. Paul wants to give this busy family a place to relax where time stands still. Paul transforms an awkward space into a place this family won't want to leave. There's a hammock, a dining area, a built-in bbq, a breakfast bar and a fireplace zone with a glass-illuminated clock where the hands don't move. Leave it to Paul to find a way to make time stand still. This family is going from having a space they don't use to a space they'll always want to be in.

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10:30
AM
Episode 309F

Conrad and Cristina have a unique challenge with their backyard. They need a yard to accommodate their family of nine. That's right - this busy couple has seven children. They need their deck and yard to be a play space for the kids, a low-maintenance space for the parents, and a great hangout and eating area for their family as it grows up. Paul and the gang fight through snow, rain and cold in an effort to create exactly the deck this incredible family needs. With a dining area, built-in benches, a play structure and a bbq zone, this deck has it all. Their deck incorporates everything they want and it gives this family a unique space that will grow with them.

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11:00
AM
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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12:00
PM
Episode 203

The Buttars Family is no stranger to zipping through the trees on their 117-acre property in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. A zipline canopy tour built by Treehouse Guy, Jason Lindsey, keeps Paul Buttars busy most of the season. So wife, Ashley Buttars, thinks a treehouse on the property will be a perfect home away from home so their family can spend more time together during the busy months. While the property is chock full of trees for B'fer and Ka-V's Aisle 6 projects, it also makes for a difficult trek getting materials to the build site, especially in the snow. For the Buttars, a modern design and a large deck create the perfect setting for the family to enjoy the breath taking views.

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1:00
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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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2:00
PM
Episode 212

The Treehouse Guys are joining forces with longtime friend and treehouse builder Michael Murphy for his latest project in Linden, Virginia. They're building a treehouse for a family of climbers, Susan Leopold and her kids on their 300-acre wooded property near the Appalachian Trail. With a passion for plants, Susan hopes to share her ethno-botany background with friends and family in a tree-top apothecary. Perched in a poplar tree and two red oaks, this two-story tree-pothecary will be the perfect haven for nature lovers near and far.

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3:00
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Episode 211

Sweet-talkin' Ashevillians, Michael and Caroline Parrish, embody Southern hospitality. Constantly hosting and showing guests around Asheville, NC, they take pride in the stomping ground they call home. Hoping to create a one-of-a-kind experience on their 5-acre property, Michael and Caroline are excited to take advantage of their mountaintop view and build the ultimate crash pad in the trees. It doesn't take long for the Treehouse Guys to get into the groove for this mountaintop build, chock-full of Southern charm and all the amenities of home.

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4:00
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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5:00
PM
Episode S16

Matteo Lundgren is taking the art of natural building to a whole new level with his custom-designed Cob houses that blend with the environment surrounding them. Together with his designer, Peaches, they're creating homes built solely from the earth's ingredients, and he wants the whole world to do the same. Follow along as they hand-sculpt houses that are literally grown from the ground up.

6:00
PM
Episode S15

A creative mountain biking group from Carbondale, Colorado builds a unique mountain retreat that doubles as their very own bike park feature. Dedicated to building off the grid, the team of entrepreneurs and artists haul in their materials across rugged terrain by bicycles and excavate by hand for a truly one-of-a-kind build experience.

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7:00
PM
Episode S15

Chris and Caitlin Williams are building the home of their dreams, a 30 foot tall, 700 square-foot, off-grid yurt in Montana, complete with a breathtaking view of the mountains. And with solar power, its own stream, hot running water, a modern kitchen, all-weather insulation, a second floor loft, and even a guest room for friends and family, this definitely isn't your grandfather's yurt. Follow this young couple as they prep their own land and break ground to build their ultimate luxury yurt in the woods.

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8:00
PM
Episode 207

Lynn moved into her 3-storey townhouse just over a year ago when she noticed water pooling on her rooftop deck. She hired a reputable contractor to fix the problem but all it took was just one rainfall and the water started to pour in. Her insurance company takes care of the cosmetic damages but never fixes the problem. Fearing it could all happen again, Lynn contacts Mike Holmes who discovers a hole in the waterproof membrane. Unfortunately, it's just the tip of the iceberg and Mike and his crew have to peel back a number of layers to make this job right and watertight.

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9:00
PM
Episode 208

Kelly and Cara thought they'd found the perfect home with enough space for their son, Ben. The home inspector mentioned there was mold in the attic, and being a natural Ms. Fix-it, Cara figured she could do the work herself. After living in the home for a year, Cara decided it was finally time to deal with the problem. Two days later she started having trouble breathing, and after two weeks she passed away due to mold in her lungs. Mike Holmes steps in to investigate the attic and to finish the work that Cara started, making this home safe for Kelly and Ben.

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10:00
PM
Episode 211

Dan and Sarah bought their home 2 years ago with dreams of backyard bliss. They planned to extend the home's existing deck to create a more safe and usable space for their children to play. After admiring their neighbours' deck and receiving a quote that seemed too good to be true, they hired the same person for the job. By the time they realized the project was much bigger than anticipated, and vastly underquoted, it was too late to turn back. Dan and Sarah turn to Mike who arrives on deck just in time to make it right and avoid a major catastrophe.

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11:00
PM
Episode 103F

A Denver couple with two young boys is expecting a new baby, and they need more room in their 100-year-old house. Keith rips off the roof and adds a dormer, giving them a new master suite, nursery and a fun bedroom for the boys. He also opens up the ground floor and creates a stunning new kitchen.

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12:00
AM
Episode 208

Kelly and Cara thought they'd found the perfect home with enough space for their son, Ben. The home inspector mentioned there was mold in the attic, and being a natural Ms. Fix-it, Cara figured she could do the work herself. After living in the home for a year, Cara decided it was finally time to deal with the problem. Two days later she started having trouble breathing, and after two weeks she passed away due to mold in her lungs. Mike Holmes steps in to investigate the attic and to finish the work that Cara started, making this home safe for Kelly and Ben.

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1:00
AM
Episode 211

Dan and Sarah bought their home 2 years ago with dreams of backyard bliss. They planned to extend the home's existing deck to create a more safe and usable space for their children to play. After admiring their neighbours' deck and receiving a quote that seemed too good to be true, they hired the same person for the job. By the time they realized the project was much bigger than anticipated, and vastly underquoted, it was too late to turn back. Dan and Sarah turn to Mike who arrives on deck just in time to make it right and avoid a major catastrophe.

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2:00
AM
Episode 103F

A Denver couple with two young boys is expecting a new baby, and they need more room in their 100-year-old house. Keith rips off the roof and adds a dormer, giving them a new master suite, nursery and a fun bedroom for the boys. He also opens up the ground floor and creates a stunning new kitchen.

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3:00
AM
Episode 207

Lynn moved into her 3-storey townhouse just over a year ago when she noticed water pooling on her rooftop deck. She hired a reputable contractor to fix the problem but all it took was just one rainfall and the water started to pour in. Her insurance company takes care of the cosmetic damages but never fixes the problem. Fearing it could all happen again, Lynn contacts Mike Holmes who discovers a hole in the waterproof membrane. Unfortunately, it's just the tip of the iceberg and Mike and his crew have to peel back a number of layers to make this job right and watertight.

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4:30
AM
Episode 607

Jackie and Nicole love the location of their split-level home in a quiet suburb, but the kitchen is stuck in the past and bringing the whole house down. They've already removed a dividing wall, but need some help from Licensed Contractor James Young to figure out the next moves to make. He helps them add contemporary style with sleek aluminum cabinet doors, white quartz countertops and stainless appliances. The fireplace in the adjacent space is getting a facelift with recycled aluminum tile, and the whole area will be unified with maple flooring. Finally, a unique countertop made using agates will create a focal point on an L-shaped island.

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