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Thursday, Mar 9

7:00
AM
Episode 101

If the kitchen is the heart of the home, then Rev and Justine's heart is...broken. It's time to tear down the old joint and turn it into a sleek, modern space, perfect for the whole family. A structural problem threatens the plans, but the solution adds to the ultimate design.

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7:30
AM
Episode 611

Nicola and Brad stumbled upon their charming 1940s Cape Cod while walking through their neighborhood. An open house was in process, they stopped in, fell in love with the spacious house and the rest is history. However, the larger space came with an ugly 1980s kitchen and 8 years later, they've still not made any improvements on it, and even worse, a broken toilet on the second floor left the ceiling in shambles. Licensed contractor James Young is here to help them fix all their problems. The plan includes converting a pantry into a mini-mudroom to alleviate clutter, adding all new cabinets in two colors, installing a fun backsplash made out of stained glass, and adding a built-in seating area in the adjacent dining room.

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8:00
AM
Episode 711

Adam & Kristin's ranch-style home has good bones but has required a lot of TLC to bring it up to date and they are stuck on what to do with the kitchen. Licensed contractor James Young decides on a plan to keep their old base cabinets because they have a cool design, and add all new uppers so the space is better utilized. They'll also add a peninsula, a shelf that doubles as a light, and a cool backsplash made using painted strips of wood.

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8:30
AM
Episode 103

Carolina turns her attention to the front of the house where she's kicking up the curb appeal. Her tight budget takes a hit when a quick roof repair becomes a larger job, and city codes require extra work for the new driveway build. Carolina pushes to keep the project moving along, despite the costly overages.

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9:00
AM
Episode 104

A determined Carolina saves money while making over three bedrooms and a master bath. She reuses materials in need of a good cleaning and refurbishes abandoned furniture to use for staging.

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9:30
AM
Episode 105

Carolina's on the last leg of this renovation and is keen to get it on the market. She transforms the overgrown backyard into its very own slice of paradise. Last up, she guts out the 70's bathroom and replaces it with all new modern, sleek finishes, just in time for the open house!

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10:00
AM
Episode 110

Carolina has her hands full as she takes on the abandoned eyesore of the neighborhood. Work kicks off in the great room where Caro demolishes the dated drop ceiling and gets an unfortunate surprise! But quickly, she has an idea to make up for her loss by cashing in on an abandoned gem.

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10:30
AM
Episode 111

Honey bees have taken up space in Carolina's soffit, and they have to be relocated before renovations can begin on the exterior. As work finally gets rolling, it turns out that the bees are the least of Carolina's worries in making over her jungle of a backyard.

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11:00
AM
Episode 112

Carolina's master suite feels cramped and the bathroom lacks a proper vanity, so she gets to work reconfiguring the space. So far, she's managed to stay on budget, but a slow drain in the bathroom forces her to open up the floor.

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11:30
AM
Episode 113

Carolina has one last hurdle to leap before she can put her flip on the market. The front needs a major makeover, from top to bottom, starting with the unsightly faux brick wall. But just as Caro patches one mistake, another problem pops up. The pressure's on to finish in time!

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12:00
PM
Episode 106

Carolina's new flip is on a tight schedule, so she wastes no time getting to work, gutting out bathrooms and ripping up smelly carpet. But just as quickly as work starts, everything comes to halt when an infestation of ants is uncovered.

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12:30
PM
Episode 107

Carolina's new flip is quickly turning into a money pit, and work in the kitchen proves to be no different. Carolina is devastated to learn that all the plumbing needs to be replaced.

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1:00
PM
Episode 108

Another costly fix causes Carolina to reevaluate her budget and game plan for this flip. Carolina realizes she's in much deeper than she originally planned, and decides to go all in to market her new flip as a complete remodel.

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1:30
PM
Episode 109

This little flip has presented more than its fair share of challenges! Carolina hopes that the extra work and dollars spent will pay off in the end. Last up, Carolina tackles the sunroom, where the hits keep coming. She learns that the additional room is not up to code and must be rebuilt. Carolina goes all in, and keeps her fingers crossed that the open house will bring her some good news.

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2:00
PM
Episode 101F

Diandra and Tyler are on the hunt to find an empty lot with great ocean views. They want to build a spec home on the property that they can turn around and sell in the coming year. In the midst of their property search, they're also building a lanai and creating a spacious backyard for clients Dana and Scott Ast. The lanai will double the livable space for the Asts, and give them a gorgeous connection to the outdoors. The landscaping in the yard includes paths lined with lava rock, jade trees, and a dwarf pink lemon tree that proves tricky to transplant.

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2:30
PM
Episode 102F

Diandra and Tyler build a brand new house in an upcountry area of the Big Island. Skylights are placed throughout the home, including a giant one in the master bedroom that will allow the homeowners to sleep under the stars. The open kitchen gets decked out with Madagascar Blue granite countertops and the back of the house gets a free-form lanai with a rock-salt finish to give an unbeatable connection to the rolling hills outside. But all that work doesn't stop Tyler and Diandra from hitting the beach to enjoy a picturesque sunset on the Kona coast.

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3:00
PM
Episode 103F

Diandra and Tyler fly to Maui to get inspiration for renovating a vacation rental property back on the Big Island. They'll update the home's kitchen and the outdoor entertaining area, complete with pool and brand new barbecue. The Dickinsons also hold a traditional lot blessing at a new property they hope to build their dream home on someday soon.

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3:30
PM
Episode 104F

Diandra and Tyler are ready to sell the first house they ever built in Hawaii, but the Ocean View house needs some freshening up first, including replacing a rotted-out back lanai. An impending hurricane could throw a wrench into their plans. With only a week before the open house, Diandra and Tyler have to work fast. Hopefully their efforts pay off when a local real estate agent arrives to appraise their home for sale.

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4:00
PM
Episode 105F

Diandra and Tyler create a custom lava-stamp driveway and front lanai that add major curb appeal to a spec home in the Palisades area of Kona. They head to a remote volcanic lava field to make rubber molds of lava rock. Then they use the molds to stamp patterns in the concrete driveway, making it look like a Hawaiian lava flow. Diandra also tours two potential fixer-uppers with Thames, an investor, with hopes of partnering on a house flip together; if they can find a suitable property.

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4:30
PM
Episode 106F

The Dickinsons begin the transformation of a 1970's fixer-upper by revitalizing an algae-filled pool in the backyard. Diandra finds the perfect glass tile to replace the outdated ceramic waterline tiles, while Tyler fixes the cracked pool deck and builds a stained douglas fir fence around it. Then they build an outdoor shower with a rainfall shower head and basalt pavers, to make the pool area feel like a spa. Diandra and Tyler also take clients to assess two Big Island lots as potential sites for the their future family home.

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5:00
PM
Episode 107F

Diandra and Tyler flip a 1970's fixer-upper to get it ready for a broker's open. They focus on maximizing the ocean views by designing a new floor plan for the kitchen, and adding a thin cable railing on the lanai to open up the view. The master suite also gets updated with a new bathroom, complete with pebble stone flooring in the shower and a custom-made frosted glass wall. When problems arise with the granite counters and the stove in the kitchen, it's a rush to the finish in order to complete the house in time for the broker's open.

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5:30
PM
Episode 108F

The Dickinsons' strategy to attract potential buyers to a spec home with the curb appeal of a lava stamp driveway has paid off. A realtor has clients who already want to look at the house, but there's still so much work left to do! Now, Diandra and Tyler must scramble to build a master suite, kitchen and outdoor shower before the realtor brings her clients for a walk-through. Will enough work be done to impress the potential buyers?

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6:00
PM
Episode 409

Artist Adam's tiny house takes cues from the Craftsman style bungalows designed by his favorite architects of the 1920s. Adam is customizing everything he can, including a barrel ceiling, hand-carved cabinets and headboard, even a wooden soaking tub! Final touches include beautiful stained glass windows and a cozy front porch. This perfectionist has to find middle ground as the deadline for a tiny house festival swiftly approaches. Fortunately, Adam's teenage son and father are on board to try and help him across the finish line!

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6:30
PM
Episode 411

Simplistic newlyweds are sick of the Texas heat and cleaning their 3,500-square-foot house, so they're planning a big move to Colorado and are looking for a tiny house-on-wheels for them and their three fur babies. Alabama Tiny Homes builder James Brewer knows he can make their dream come true with a 305-square-foot tiny home and plenty of custom features. But then, much to his surprise, James finds out he needs to make room for one more.

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7:00
PM
Episode 309F

Tiny house enthusiast David wants his home to succeed where other wee homes fail. His one-of-a-kind design features a garage door on one side, a jacuzzi and a fold-out deck on the other permitting fresh air to flow right through. David and girlfriend Peggie-Sue love to host dinner parties and this tricked-out house is the perfect solution.

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7:30
PM
Episode 402

Esin Pirkul loves the coastal life in San Diego but is ready to move closer to family. Along with her two dachshunds Scooby and Baya, Esin is making her way back to Texas with the help of tiny house builder Bo Bezdek. Esin's tiny haven features all the amenities a dog lover could imagine. An elevator to the two lofts and a walkway for the pups to get around upstairs top the list of features unique to this tiny home. Esin's house also boasts a sleek farm sink, extra counter space and lots of industrial and natural wood touches.

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8:00
PM
Episode 401

It's the ultimate test for an architecture student as Davis Richardson takes over his parents' driveway for the summer to construct his first-ever tiny house. The design includes a slanted wall that functions as both an open food pantry and bookshelf, an extended kitchen countertop that doubles as a workspace and a walk-in closet that also serves as his living room. With the school semester fast approaching, can Davis and his friends bring his amazing drawings to life before classes begin?

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8:30
PM
Episode 311F

Jesse and Michelle Harris are ready to become homeowners but are unsure where the future will take them. A tiny house-on-wheels is the perfect answer -- as long as they can figure out how to pack enough storage inside for their botany experiments, books and supplies. Builder John Stone takes the challenge and squeezes storage in every nook and cranny of their tiny abode. Every room in this "tiny" is jam-packed with surprising space!

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9:00
PM
Episode 504

An adventurous family of five sets out to enjoy life more fully by converting a school bus into a tiny house built for traveling. They may only have 235 square feet to work with, but they're including an area for home schooling, a relaxing place for the family to gather at night, sleeping accommodations, a kitchen and a bathroom. The build is sure to be a tough task -- especially in a rounded bus where nothing is plumb or square!

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9:30
PM
Episode 502

Surfing couple Sean and Angie want to build themselves an affordable tiny house in Oceanside, California. Sean uses his construction experience to design a nearly 400-square-foot tiny house with a long wish list including dog-friendly stairs, heated floors and a fire safety system. The only thing hampering their dreams? Days of unexpected rain!

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10:00
PM
Episode 307F

Design-obsessed couple Zane and Katherine have already constructed one home together and are now ready to try building 'tinies' as a business. Firm believers in 'walking the walk,' they plan to live in their tiny house to test it out before they build more. Zane and Katherine's tiny house design will be efficient and precise thanks to computer-controlled construction equipment like CNC machines, plasma cutters and 3D printers.

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10:30
PM
Episode 305F

North Dakota builder Jim Nelson lives for a challenge, so he and his team are building a game-changing two-story tiny house that they can tilt from horizontal to vertical. Key features in this snug 140-square-foot engineering feat include a front patio, furniture that can be locked down when the house tilts and an observation deck with panoramic views.

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11:00
PM
Episode 303F

The Williams family of Venice, Louisiana, works together to convert an old school bus into a tiny home for 21-year-old son, Avery. The young outdoorsman wants to create the ultimate man cave while incorporating the culture of the Bayou. His tiny bus will feature a fish-cleaning table, a cypress wood bar with hidden storage and an indoor hammock for enjoying the Southern breezes.

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11:30
PM
Episode 301F

Husband-and-wife carpenter team Ana and Jacob White are building a tiny lakefront cabin in Alaska to take advantage of the gorgeous view of Mount Hayes. The vacation home will sleep up to six and offers lots of multi-functionality, such as attached desks that double as a dining table and a bookshelf that hides a ladder to the children's loft. The Whites are used to building in Alaska's harsh weather, but the warm winter has sped up their timeline, since they must tow the tiny cabin across the frozen lake before the ice melts.

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12:00
AM
Episode 504

An adventurous family of five sets out to enjoy life more fully by converting a school bus into a tiny house built for traveling. They may only have 235 square feet to work with, but they're including an area for home schooling, a relaxing place for the family to gather at night, sleeping accommodations, a kitchen and a bathroom. The build is sure to be a tough task -- especially in a rounded bus where nothing is plumb or square!

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12:30
AM
Episode 502

Surfing couple Sean and Angie want to build themselves an affordable tiny house in Oceanside, California. Sean uses his construction experience to design a nearly 400-square-foot tiny house with a long wish list including dog-friendly stairs, heated floors and a fire safety system. The only thing hampering their dreams? Days of unexpected rain!

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1:00
AM
Episode 307F

Design-obsessed couple Zane and Katherine have already constructed one home together and are now ready to try building 'tinies' as a business. Firm believers in 'walking the walk,' they plan to live in their tiny house to test it out before they build more. Zane and Katherine's tiny house design will be efficient and precise thanks to computer-controlled construction equipment like CNC machines, plasma cutters and 3D printers.

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1:30
AM
Episode 305F

North Dakota builder Jim Nelson lives for a challenge, so he and his team are building a game-changing two-story tiny house that they can tilt from horizontal to vertical. Key features in this snug 140-square-foot engineering feat include a front patio, furniture that can be locked down when the house tilts and an observation deck with panoramic views.

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2:00
AM
Episode 303F

The Williams family of Venice, Louisiana, works together to convert an old school bus into a tiny home for 21-year-old son, Avery. The young outdoorsman wants to create the ultimate man cave while incorporating the culture of the Bayou. His tiny bus will feature a fish-cleaning table, a cypress wood bar with hidden storage and an indoor hammock for enjoying the Southern breezes.

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2:30
AM
Episode 301F

Husband-and-wife carpenter team Ana and Jacob White are building a tiny lakefront cabin in Alaska to take advantage of the gorgeous view of Mount Hayes. The vacation home will sleep up to six and offers lots of multi-functionality, such as attached desks that double as a dining table and a bookshelf that hides a ladder to the children's loft. The Whites are used to building in Alaska's harsh weather, but the warm winter has sped up their timeline, since they must tow the tiny cabin across the frozen lake before the ice melts.

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3:00
AM
Episode 401

It's the ultimate test for an architecture student as Davis Richardson takes over his parents' driveway for the summer to construct his first-ever tiny house. The design includes a slanted wall that functions as both an open food pantry and bookshelf, an extended kitchen countertop that doubles as a workspace and a walk-in closet that also serves as his living room. With the school semester fast approaching, can Davis and his friends bring his amazing drawings to life before classes begin?

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3:30
AM
Episode 311F

Jesse and Michelle Harris are ready to become homeowners but are unsure where the future will take them. A tiny house-on-wheels is the perfect answer -- as long as they can figure out how to pack enough storage inside for their botany experiments, books and supplies. Builder John Stone takes the challenge and squeezes storage in every nook and cranny of their tiny abode. Every room in this "tiny" is jam-packed with surprising space!

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4:30
AM
Episode 106

Texas has faced one of the worst droughts they've seen in years...and its not just affecting the landscape. The dry weather has wreaked havoc on homes across the Lone Star State, especially Jason's childhood home in Burleson. Newly married, Jason and his wife Stacy bought this sentimental home, not knowing the problems that lay ahead. Record high temperatures literally sucked the life out of the soil beneath their home, causing shifts in the foundation below. The movements resulted in enormous cracks along the floor of the master bedroom and bathroom creating unsafe living conditions and multiple entryways for snakes and scorpions. Needless to say, the Smith's didn't know where to turn or what to do. The Catastrophe Inc. team, Joe Charboneau, Ed Ranieri, Enzo Maddalena and Kari Openshaw mosey' on down to Texas to save this couple's home from literally caving into the ground. They fix the foundation by jacking up the entire house, level it back out and fill up the cracks to make the foundation stronger than ever before. The team also installs a state-of-the-art irrigation system to keep the soil from drying up again. In the end, Jason's childhood home is saved and the newlyweds get a beautiful new master bedroom and bathroom to live in safely for years to come.

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