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Wednesday, Sep 20

7:00
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Episode 613

Marnita & Carl's kitchen is not only the heart of their home, it's the heart of their community. They regularly host large dinner parties to bring together people of differing backgrounds, and at times have fed as many as 150 people. They make the most of their cramped, overworked kitchen, but they are more than ready for a change. They have a commercial range that a neighbor donated to them collecting dust in the garage, so Licensed Contractor James Young comes up with a plan to finally get it inside and make it the focal point of a highly efficient, commercial style kitchen.

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7:30
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Episode 613

Danny and Sandy have put their stamp on nearly every room of their house but their horrible master bath is just too big a project. The dated 1980's space is split into two separate rooms, one of which is carpeted, and is home to mold, rust, and a bulky unused Jacuzzi tub. Watch as host Jeff Devlin transforms this awkward bathroom into a fresh and bright master suite featuring a large shower with a custom made bench, warm cork flooring, a one-of-a-kind DIY privacy wall, and handmade architectural detail on the ceiling.

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8:00
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Episode 313

Marni and Jordan both work from home and their uninspiring backyard makes them want to stay indoors all the time. Landscape designer Sara Bendrick brings some much-needed style and function to the yard. An obnoxious red patio will be covered with elegant tile, a vertical vegetable wall will hide unsightly utilities, and rolling planters will provide easy access to the garage. Other features include a fire pit, a colorful sail shade, and a planted trellis.

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8:30
AM
Episode 105F

Nashville house flipper, Troy Shafer, renovates homes in historic communities throughout Nashville, Tennessee. Reviving historic homes is as important to Troy as accomplishing a financially sound flip. Most of the old homes he acquires have unforeseen challenges -- because he never really knows what he has until he begins pulling back the years of neglect. Facing all those challenges and more, Troy calls upon designer friend Julie Couch to help revive this Craftsman style bungalow. Located in a thriving part of town known as East Nashville, this property was originally built in 1923, and has undergone layers renovations with budget materials that stripped this house of its authentic charm and character. Troy and Julie work together to take out the new, restore the old, and replenish some of the history and dignity a true craftsman home of this age deserves. They do their best to return this home back to it's original beauty, creating a historically accurate house that will also appeal to today's buyers.

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9:00
AM
Episode 106F

Nashville house flipper, Troy Shafer, renovates homes in historic communities throughout Nashville, Tennessee. Reviving historic homes is as important to Troy as is accomplishing a financially sound flip. Most of the old homes he acquires have unforeseen challenges -- because he never really knows what he has until he begins pulling back the years of neglect. Facing all those challenges and more, Troy calls upon designer friend, Julie Couch, to maximize every inch of space in this modest home. The master suite undergoes a complete transformation and the massive back yard is transformed to include an impressive outdoor living space. The restored outdoor decorative barn, and the new fire pit and farm table is sure to appeal to any future homeowner

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9:30
AM
Episode 107F

Troy calls upon designer friend, Julie Couch, for some much needed help in reviving this property originally built in 1910. Their goal is to transform it from an eyesore into a fabulous Folk Victorian home that will attract a host of prospective buyers to this emerging part of Nashville known as Buena Vista.

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10:00
AM
Episode 201

Troy Dean Shafer takes on a 1935 Craftsman home and finds himself in a precarious position when he realizes the whole front of the house is poised to collapse due to a previous shoddy renovation. His budget takes a hit to restore this house to its former glory, but this risk could pay off in Music City.

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10:30
AM
Episode 203

Troy Dean Shafer finds a gem next to an old railroad track in Goodlettsville, Tennessee that comes with beautiful land to boot. Now, Troy just has to bring this 19th-century farmhouse up to snuff.

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11:00
AM
Episode 205

Troy Dean Shafer restores a quaint home from the 1920s just south of downtown Nashville. He adds a bit of custom flair to this historic home by building a vaulted master bedroom and bath before adding custom carpentry for added function.

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11:30
AM
Episode 207

Troy Dean Shafer takes on a ranch that underwent its first major renovation in the 1960s. He's hoping to find plenty of the home's original elements and expose its history as he peels back the layers someone else added.

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12:00
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Episode 208

Nashville house flipper Troy Dean Shafer has big plans for this 1920s home just outside of downtown. He hopes to give this home a true art deco vibe so he's saving, salvaging, antiquing and doing whatever else it takes to make sure his additions feel like they've been around as long as the home's original bones.

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12:30
PM
Episode 206

Troy Dean Shafer restores a 1940s brick ranch-style home in East Nashville. He knows that things don't always go according to plan when dealing with historic homes and this project is no exception. With problems coming at Troy from above and below, can his team pull together to make this home a beauty?

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1:00
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Episode 204

Troy Dean Shafer restores a bungalow located on the east side of Nashville. Despite the challenges of a compartmentalized layout and a crazy 30-foot bamboo wall, Troy finds a way to use it all to his advantage.

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1:30
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Episode 202

Troy Dean Shafer restores a house that's stood on a farm in Springfield for over 100 years. He finds himself underground in order to make sure it stands another century, but hopefully he's not under water in the end.

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2:00
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Episode 108F

Troy transforms the once impressive Queen Anne style living and dining rooms to their former glory, while the remaining layout of the house will be transformed into a master suite. With a newly exposed front porch and traditional details preserved throughout, this Queen Anne style home is sure catch the eye of the perfect buyer.

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2:30
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Episode 109F

Troy and Julie Couch transform this derelict farmhouse into a charming home just outside of Nashville. Together, they face the unforeseen challenges that come out of the woodwork, literally, when flipping a property originally built in 1875. Their talents - and patience - are put to the test as they attempt to erase 140 years of aging and create a charming property that still retains it's heritage.

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3:00
PM
Episode 102H

Eric travels to the beautiful boating and fishing town of Rowayton, CT, to help make a woman's cramped farmhouse more spacious. The team starts by creating a floating staircase before removing the chimney and replacing it with a kitchen peninsula. They'll finish the job by adding a fireplace with a TV inset as well as a special feature just for her dog.

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3:30
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Episode 103H

Eric visits South Weston, CT, where he meets a couple that needs more personal space. The team starts by constructing a bathroom for the master suite and moving the laundry room to the upstairs level. They refurbish old items from the shed and finish the project with a surprise storage bench for the couple's winter boots.

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4:00
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Episode 104H

Eric visits Trumbull, CT, where a gawky kitchen-garage transition room vexes a couple of homeowners. The team gets started by raising the flooring, installing a skylight, putting in new cabinetry and a bringing in a flat screen TV. When they finish, the old and ugly eyesore will have transformed into a beautiful den and proper mudroom.

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4:30
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Episode 105H

Eric travels to Norwalk, CT, to help homeowners expand their house. The couple loves the location in a town known for its tourist attractions and beaches but their single-story ranch home has cramped bathrooms and closets. Eric and his team step in to demolish the garage wall creating the necessary space to create a fabulous master bathroom and spacious walk-in closet.

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5:00
PM
Episode 106H

Eric visits his hometown of Shippan, CT, where he meets with a couple in dire need of their own space separate from their daughter and her friends. After getting inspiration at a local pub, Eric transforms their basement into an incredible Irish-influenced tavern perfect for getting away from the kids.

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5:30
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Episode 107H

Eric travels to Darien, CT, where he meets a couple that wants to turn their basement into a hockey rink for their athletic sons. The team takes the idea a step further by converting a portion of the basement into an entertainment media center and a study for the kids. Before the project is completed, Eric will also renovate the laundry room to make it more accessible and organized.

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6:00
PM
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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6:30
PM
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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7:00
PM
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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7:30
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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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8:00
PM
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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8:30
PM
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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10:30
PM
Episode 104

Ally has her work cut out for her when she is called upon to update and expand a vintage farmhouse for a family of six. The wish list includes a more functional master bathroom that features a sauna, as well as a more spacious and modern kitchen. Between Ally's love of antique shopping and her ability to repurpose existing materials from the home, she may be able to give them exactly what they are looking for.

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11:30
PM
Episode 103

When homeowner Beth and her young son Will run out of kitchen space, they call on Ally to turn their cramped and dated bungalow into a loving home where they can host family parties. Ally runs into challenges with Will's laundry chute and must find ways to work around the existing pipes, but her love of antique shopping and ability to repurpose existing materials may give Beth exactly what she's looking for.

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1:30
AM
Episode 104

Ally has her work cut out for her when she is called upon to update and expand a vintage farmhouse for a family of six. The wish list includes a more functional master bathroom that features a sauna, as well as a more spacious and modern kitchen. Between Ally's love of antique shopping and her ability to repurpose existing materials from the home, she may be able to give them exactly what they are looking for.

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2:30
AM
Episode 103

When homeowner Beth and her young son Will run out of kitchen space, they call on Ally to turn their cramped and dated bungalow into a loving home where they can host family parties. Ally runs into challenges with Will's laundry chute and must find ways to work around the existing pipes, but her love of antique shopping and ability to repurpose existing materials may give Beth exactly what she's looking for.

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3:00
AM
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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3:30
AM
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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4:30
AM
Episode 208F

When Bart and Kristin first saw their home, they immediately fell in love with its charm and history. But once they moved in they realized that the layout of the 1930's house was not functional at all! Now a nagging question haunts Kristin and Bart: can a renovation fix the problems they have with the home or would it be better to move to a new house that would fit their needs? Designer/Contractor Chip Wade shows them the reality of what moving would really mean to their wallet, and presents them with a plan to stay in their current home. But it's a rough road as Kristin is a lot more attached to the house than she realizes and she threatens to stop down the renovation.

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