TV Schedule

Monday, Oct 9

7:00
AM
Episode 403

Since the renovation began, parents Alan and Jenny have had to give up their bedroom - and with tensions running high, it's time for them to get to work on their master suite. Turning Alan's office in to a bedroom is a challenge, but when they endeavor to add a shower to a tiny half bath, the job becomes impossible to handle on their own.

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7:30
AM
Episode 303

Steve knows his wife Pauline has trouble seeing the final vision come together but her indecisiveness might end up costing them big in the end. Its time for Bryan to step in and make her vision a reality.

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8:00
AM
Episode 102

David and Laura's home life revolves around cooking and entertaining in their kitchen. But with no counter space or room for their worldly wine collection, they must renovate their kitchen so they can host dinner parties in style. Paul completely guts the kitchen and changes the layout, giving them a central stove and a backlight stone onyx backsplash.

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8:30
AM
Episode 112

Shasta and Ian desperately want to update their kitchen to bring it in line with their eclectic interests. Shasta wants it to be a Zen space where she is inspired to cook, and Ian wants it to incorporate elements of a hunting lodge. Paul unites the kitchen with a stone look, gives them a unique wooden topped island with a hideaway stainless steel prep zone where Ian can dress his latest game hunt.

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9:00
AM
Episode 201

Nel and Tom have been living in their home for nearly 10 years without any issues. But when two big custom homes are built on either side, the problems start flooding in. Water is pouring into their basement and they don't know how to stop it. The homeowners are ready to blame the builders that built their neighbors' homes. But after taking a closer look, Mike notices that their 60-year-old house and property are in desperate need of some TLC. What starts as a simple foundation repair turns into damage control when Mike and his team uncover an electrical nightmare.

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10:00
AM
Episode 203

Randy and Carleen bought a brand new house to avoid the headaches and worries of an older home. But they soon discover that newer doesn't always mean better. Since Day 1 they have had nothing but problems, and after countless attempts to contact the builder, their warranties expire leaving them on their own. Bringing in his team of pros, Mike Holmes proves that building beyond the minimum leads to maximum results.

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11:00
AM
Episode 205

A barn with a botched roof is home to a group of rescued horses, but the recently shingled roof starts to fall apart, leaving dangerous nails on the ground the horses could step on. Mike arrives onsite with his team ready to install a new roof but discovers that every part of the barn needs work, and without the needed repairs the horses could be sent to pasture. Mike and his crew renovate the stable from top to bottom, adding improvements like a water supply that doesn't freeze in the winter and a new flooring treatment that is also hoof-friendly.

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12:00
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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1:00
PM
Episode 209

After an arsonist sets fire to her house, Chili is stuck between a rock and a hard place when her insurance company pressures her to choose one of their preferred contractors. The alarm bells are ringing when the contractor's solution is to paint over all the soot and damage, ignoring all of Chili's concerns. Feeling that the insurance company is not working in her best interest, she sticks to her guns and does not sign the authorization form that would allow the contractor to work on her home, and as a result the job is left at a complete standstill. Chili contacts Mike for help and he's determined to make it right.

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2:00
PM
Episode 210

After an arsonist sets fire to her home, Chili is stuck between a rock and a hard place when her insurance company pressures her to choose one of their preferred contractors. When the alarm bells keep going off in her head, Chili decides not to sign the authorization form that would allow the contractor to work on her home, and instead contacts Mike who assesses the damage and quickly decides that the entire house needs to be repaired. In order to fully understand what Chili went through and what she needs to make her home safe, Mike visits the Fire & Emergency Services Training Institute and steps into the fire. Mike restores Chili's home along with her hope of a safe and secure future for her growing family.

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3:00
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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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 212

Gazing from a cramped deck is no way to take in gorgeous mountain views, so the Mega Team has big plans to knock it down and create a larger, enclosed space that the homeowners can enjoy throughout the year. But as the crew uncovers a retaining wall below, the plans for expansion come into question. They also battle cold temperatures, icy terrain and hoisting a 500-pound door over the edge of a 25-foot cliff. In the end, the custom fire rail, full glass enclosure, skylight, custom kitchen and private master suite deck make it worth all the effort.

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6:30
PM
Episode 207

Garth is challenged to create a modern, spacious deck while maintaining a log cabin feel. His plan includes redoing their entire wrap-around porch with steel framing and maintenance-free decking, adding a rounded section with a fire pit and expanding the main area to become a fully enclosed glass living space. But, the team is thrown for a loop when the homeowners completely change the design plan with three weeks to spare. Add in weather challenges, rotted-out material and last minute crew changes and this Mega Deck just barely finishes in time.

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7:00
PM
Episode 310

Transforming a home's 20-year-old wooden deck with views of Pikes Peak, Colorado, into a $400,000 mega deck requires a complete demo and rebuild, complete with 13-foot-tall stone wood-burning fireplace, sliding glass panels to enclose the living area, gas fire pit, two dining areas and a grill station complete with granite countertops and a kegerator. Plans also include redoing a kids' play deck and a master bedroom deck. The challenge is that the property sits on the side of a cliff, with 40-foot drops off the deck level and no access from the postage stamp-sized backyard. Master builder James resorts to innovative building methods to get the job done, all while battling 60-mph wind gusts, blinding fog and death-defying heights.

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7:30
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Episode 302

Colorado Springs homeowners with a half-finished deck call on Garth to complete the job and deliver the deck of their dreams. James leads the build on the 1,800-square foot dream deck that includes a huge four-season room with a skylight, an outdoor kitchen, three fire features, ornamental steel railings and a custom 7-foot wide spiral staircase. To complete the project, Garth will need to cut down three beloved 40-foot pines, which makes the homeowners a bit apprehensive. Will the ultimate deck be worth the sacrifice?

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8:00
PM
Episode 301

A couple's home in Parker, Colorado, needs a major deck overhaul to take advantage of the incredible views of the Rocky Mountains and downtown Denver. A $290,000 budget allows the Mega Decks crew to design a 920-square-foot wrap-around deck, floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, outdoor kitchen with granite bar and sliding glass walls.

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8:30
PM
Episode 304

Garth travels to the Lone Star State to build its first mega deck. Following the mantra "Everything's bigger in Texas," Garth unifies a disjointed patio, doubling the floor space and quadrupling the covered living area. The $325,000 deck is finished with fire pits, a swim spa and a mesquite bar top.

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9:00
PM
Episode 309

A former Mega Decks customer buys a new house and needs a new deck. Can designer Andy and the build crew live up to the client's heightened expectations and deliver a second mega deck that beats the first? Jason leads a $225,000 build that includes a complicated roof on existing architecture, a soaring tongue-and-groove ceiling with a skylight, a floor-to-ceiling fireplace with an articulated mounted TV, a state-of-the-art grilling station, four seating areas, moveable glass walls and a 14-foot fire rail with stone masonry.

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9:30
PM
Episode 303

The Mega Decks crew is faced with their most difficult task to date, delivering side-by-side penthouse decks to neighboring couples in a historic Denver, Colorado, high-rise. The only way to get building materials to the rooftop of the 6-story building is with a crane, and the build team scrambles to carve out space amid multiple crane deliveries. In the end, the crew completes $500k Mega Decks complete with indoor/outdoor rooms, top-of-the-line grill stations, an Alaskan cedar hot tub and a 180-square-foot artificial lawn on a penthouse rooftop.

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10:00
PM
Episode 307

A multi-generational Texas family transforms the existing deck of their Estes Park, CO, vacation home into a luxurious Mega Deck. The rustic Colorado mountain-themed masterpiece features a gable roof that's seamlessly tied into the home's existing architecture with a skylight that pours in natural light. Inside, a rustic great room gets natural log siding and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace with custom masonry. The finishing touches include a new bar-and-grill station and a hot tub, adding a total of 1,000 square feet to the original deck.

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10:30
PM
Episode 308

In Castle Pines, Colorado, the crew has a $350,000 budget for a contemporary-style mega deck with a curved, hand-cut stone fireplace, sleek steel pergola and pizza oven. But building outdoors in winter subjects the crew to dangerous icy conditions, and a simple oversight threatens the pergola build. Additional mega-features on this project include a 70-inch TV, state-of-the-art grill and fire pit finished with Colorado buff flagstone.

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11:00
PM
Episode 305

A mountain home in Conifer, Colorado, gets a $375K deck with a wall-sized stone fireplace, a hot tub that seats 12 and a grill kitchen. Jason's team is pitted against Mother Nature, however, when an icy road leads to a delivery truck crash.

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11:30
PM
Episode 306

Garth and his team brave sub-freezing temperatures in Idaho to build a $590k multi-level deck with four distinct living areas. The indoor-outdoor space features a pizza oven, a mezzanine-level bar overlooking the Snake River and an infrared sauna.

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12:00
AM
Episode 309

A former Mega Decks customer buys a new house and needs a new deck. Can designer Andy and the build crew live up to the client's heightened expectations and deliver a second mega deck that beats the first? Jason leads a $225,000 build that includes a complicated roof on existing architecture, a soaring tongue-and-groove ceiling with a skylight, a floor-to-ceiling fireplace with an articulated mounted TV, a state-of-the-art grilling station, four seating areas, moveable glass walls and a 14-foot fire rail with stone masonry.

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12:30
AM
Episode 303

The Mega Decks crew is faced with their most difficult task to date, delivering side-by-side penthouse decks to neighboring couples in a historic Denver, Colorado, high-rise. The only way to get building materials to the rooftop of the 6-story building is with a crane, and the build team scrambles to carve out space amid multiple crane deliveries. In the end, the crew completes $500k Mega Decks complete with indoor/outdoor rooms, top-of-the-line grill stations, an Alaskan cedar hot tub and a 180-square-foot artificial lawn on a penthouse rooftop.

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1:00
AM
Episode 307

A multi-generational Texas family transforms the existing deck of their Estes Park, CO, vacation home into a luxurious Mega Deck. The rustic Colorado mountain-themed masterpiece features a gable roof that's seamlessly tied into the home's existing architecture with a skylight that pours in natural light. Inside, a rustic great room gets natural log siding and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace with custom masonry. The finishing touches include a new bar-and-grill station and a hot tub, adding a total of 1,000 square feet to the original deck.

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1:30
AM
Episode 308

In Castle Pines, Colorado, the crew has a $350,000 budget for a contemporary-style mega deck with a curved, hand-cut stone fireplace, sleek steel pergola and pizza oven. But building outdoors in winter subjects the crew to dangerous icy conditions, and a simple oversight threatens the pergola build. Additional mega-features on this project include a 70-inch TV, state-of-the-art grill and fire pit finished with Colorado buff flagstone.

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2:00
AM
Episode 305

A mountain home in Conifer, Colorado, gets a $375K deck with a wall-sized stone fireplace, a hot tub that seats 12 and a grill kitchen. Jason's team is pitted against Mother Nature, however, when an icy road leads to a delivery truck crash.

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2:30
AM
Episode 306

Garth and his team brave sub-freezing temperatures in Idaho to build a $590k multi-level deck with four distinct living areas. The indoor-outdoor space features a pizza oven, a mezzanine-level bar overlooking the Snake River and an infrared sauna.

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3:00
AM
Episode 301

A couple's home in Parker, Colorado, needs a major deck overhaul to take advantage of the incredible views of the Rocky Mountains and downtown Denver. A $290,000 budget allows the Mega Decks crew to design a 920-square-foot wrap-around deck, floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, outdoor kitchen with granite bar and sliding glass walls.

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3:30
AM
Episode 304

Garth travels to the Lone Star State to build its first mega deck. Following the mantra "Everything's bigger in Texas," Garth unifies a disjointed patio, doubling the floor space and quadrupling the covered living area. The $325,000 deck is finished with fire pits, a swim spa and a mesquite bar top.

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4:30
AM
Episode 206F

Real estate agent Drew Levin and contractor Danny Perkins are looking in one of the most competitive rental markets in Minneapolis - student housing. The over-supply of rentals near the University of Minnesota makes it hard to get top-dollar on a place, so the guys need to spend their $300,000 budget on a place with lots of potential for renovation.

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