TV Schedule

Monday, Oct 23

7:00
AM
Episode 405

After months living in their Hawaii home under construction, things are finally looking up for the Wolenskys - it's time to renovate their living room, which should be an easy task. But small delays snowball into big problems as the family inches towards completing their renovation.

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7:30
AM
Episode 305

Stacey & Darren traded their place in the city for a bigger home in the suburbs. Their house has quirks that Bryan can't get his head around but will Stacey and Darren be able to get their heads around Bryan's room choice?

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8:00
AM
Episode 114

Nancy has an empty space connected to her bedroom that she wants to turn into a private retreat where she can read, reflect or even dance whenever she feels inspired. Paul goes all in and creates an oval shaped daybed by the window and unique cabinets for plenty of personal storage, all done up with a very feminine feel.

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8:30
AM
Episode 1701

Casper Grey and David McKenzie want to keep their tight-knit family together, but David needs a little more personal space. In order to achieve this, they have decided to turn the dingy, unlivable basement into a modern, fully functioning apartment for David. This way, he can be available to help with his grandchildren while still being able to live his bachelor lifestyle.

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9:00
AM
Episode 1702

Evan and Melanie Tatge cannot stand their current bathroom. With a tub they never use taking up space, they both agree a renovation is in order. Due to being amateurs, they run into some problems along the way. They power through leaky water pipes and vanities that don't fit in order to achieve their dream of a spacious, walk-in shower and a floor that perfectly matches their bedroom.

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9:30
AM
Episode 1703

Natalie Escamilla and Jim Fell hate their 1950's bathroom. Since it's current, outdated condition has been deemed unlivable and entirely too small, it's time for a renovation. With a tub that won't fit and sewage seeping out of the toilet, this couple faced more obstacles than they initially thought possible.

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10:00
AM
Episode 1704

Kayli Hillebrand hates her old kitchen. She enlists the help of her best friend, Megan Langford, to tear it apart and start new. Although these two work well together, they never imagined what sort of problems they would encounter. After a run-in with rats inside the walls, this is a renovation neither girl will soon forget.

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10:30
AM
Episode 1705

Whitnee and Cody Russell hate their kitchen. With a useless wall blocking their view to the living room and the small counter space hindering Whitnee's ability to cook, these two are ready to take on a renovation. However, troubles arise when they discover animal eggs and other hurdles they didn't expect to jump over!

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11:00
AM
Episode 1706

Husband and wife Bryan and April Aranda don't feel settled in their newly purchased home. They decide to renovate their living room and kitchen to fit their needs as a family of five. However, things don't go as well as they initially thought as they tackle their major home renovation.

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11:30
AM
Episode 1707

Tiffany Threadgould's outdated kitchen doesn't function well, so she enlists the help of her best friend, Kat Tingum, to make it beautiful again. The discovery of mouse poo and tricky wiring lead the friends to troubles they never thought they'd face during this renovation.

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12:00
PM
Episode 504

Casey and Catrina have a bit of bad luck when their home is barely salvageable and they have to knock it down and start over. Randy, however, makes his own luck by renovating a ranch-style home in good condition.

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1:00
PM
Episode 512

Casey and Catrina win big when they get a small farmhouse with a bonus room upstairs. They design a chalet-style home that makes the best use of the square footage on both levels of the house. Donna and Toni design their build with a Spanish villa in mind, adding some European flair.

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2:00
PM
Episode 511

Donna and Toni win a red and green 'Christmas Tree' house, but the presents inside aren't what they wanted. With a roach infestation, the sisters must clean out the house to make a stylish design free of bugs. Randy scores a cabin in the woods with tons of character, but it's surrounded by trees. He uses the cut tree branches in his design plan to keep the original cabin feel.

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3:00
PM
Episode 510

Donna and Toni score a duplex at auction, but while one side is in great condition, the other side is a total disaster. Their design plan calls for combining the two sides into one cohesive floor plan.

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4:00
PM
Episode 509

When Casey and Catrina win a house that was moved from Texas Hill Country, they're inspired to create a vineyard-themed design plan. They create a floor plan that centers around being able to entertain family and guests alike.

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5:00
PM
Episode 508

Gary's Girls win a house that they discover was originally built with mail-order parts. They restore the home with an open and airy design plan. Randy scores a house in good condition that the previous owners had already started renovating. The 9-foot ceilings inspire a grand colonial design.

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6:00
PM
Episode 506

Casey and Catrina have big ideas for a rusty old barn they've won and renovate the metal building into a 'Barndominium,' making it livable and trendy. On the inside, Donna and Toni's house needs some work, but luckily the junk in the front yard provides plenty of design inspiration.

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7:00
PM
Episode 704

Inspired by its tall ceilings and large rooms, Gary's Girls bring an old craftsman-style home back to its former glory. Their charm-saving design includes cased openings, crown molding and built-in shelving. Meanwhile, the Snows are knee-deep in knotty pine and plan to refuse as much of it as possible. Inside, they create a more functional floor plan while keeping the home's original country charm.

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8:00
PM
Episode 711

Randy wins a huge house at auction and brings Casey in to help turn it into a bed and breakfast-style home at the request of a potential buyer. To create a unique experience for each guest, he plans different features and designs for each room.

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9:00
PM
Episode 313

A couple in Black Forest, Colorado, dislikes their home's small, exposed deck that leaves guests crowded in the tiny hearth room. Garth designs a deck that opens up the walls, triples the original deck footprint and adds a floor-to-ceiling fireplace and TV to create the ultimate party space.

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9:30
PM
Episode 311

A couple and their adult kids want to add a new deck to their D'Arbonne Lake home in Louisiana. The current deck is rotting and offers no protection from the heat or insects, so Garth's Southern plantation-style design includes enclosed rooms with air conditioning, as well as two fire features and whirlpool tubs.

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10:00
PM
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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10:30
PM
Episode 312

The only downside to spending weekends in this custom log cabin in the mountains of Breckenridge, CO, is its scrawny open-air deck that's only useful a few days a year. To help this tiny deck achieve mega status, massive 40-foot-long Western red cedar logs are trucked in from Canada and diamond-studded chainsaws are used alongside heavy machinery to begin the transformation. The finished product will have a three-tier pizza oven with granite serving station, a six-foot gas fire rail with custom masonry and extra tall glass panels to maximize this luxe log cabin's majestic views.

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11:00
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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11:30
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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12:00
AM
Episode 313

A couple in Black Forest, Colorado, dislikes their home's small, exposed deck that leaves guests crowded in the tiny hearth room. Garth designs a deck that opens up the walls, triples the original deck footprint and adds a floor-to-ceiling fireplace and TV to create the ultimate party space.

More About This Episode
12:30
AM
Episode 311

A couple and their adult kids want to add a new deck to their D'Arbonne Lake home in Louisiana. The current deck is rotting and offers no protection from the heat or insects, so Garth's Southern plantation-style design includes enclosed rooms with air conditioning, as well as two fire features and whirlpool tubs.

More About This Episode
1:00
AM
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?

More About This Episode
1:30
AM
Episode 312

The only downside to spending weekends in this custom log cabin in the mountains of Breckenridge, CO, is its scrawny open-air deck that's only useful a few days a year. To help this tiny deck achieve mega status, massive 40-foot-long Western red cedar logs are trucked in from Canada and diamond-studded chainsaws are used alongside heavy machinery to begin the transformation. The finished product will have a three-tier pizza oven with granite serving station, a six-foot gas fire rail with custom masonry and extra tall glass panels to maximize this luxe log cabin's majestic views.

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2:00
AM
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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2:30
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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3:00
AM
Episode 711

Randy wins a huge house at auction and brings Casey in to help turn it into a bed and breakfast-style home at the request of a potential buyer. To create a unique experience for each guest, he plans different features and designs for each room.

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4:30
AM
Episode 106

This 200-year-old barn is packed to the brim with forgotten antiques. Some of them are worth big bucks, including a rare copy of Margret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind". First editions have sold for $40,000, so Eric might be in store for a huge payday. When Eric and his crew finish the job, they turn the barn into an awesome hangout. You have to see this makeover!

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