Decades of outdated furniture and unusual artwork have been piling up in an interior decorator's workspace, making this garage a landfill. Everything has to go, and it's backbreaking work for the Garage Brothers, a team of cleanout specialists headed by Kraig Bantle. The crew will remove any junk for free, but there's one catch. They'll keep any valuables they find to recoup the labor and business expenses, and hopefully turn a profit. Frank and Peaches, the muscle of the team, uncover a cast iron tub, a couple of art-deco chairs, and a hand-painted rocking horse. Could this garbage heap be a gold mine? It's up to their appraiser Mike to do some digging.
A single mom has a garage overflowing with junk, and it's up to Kraig and the Garage Brothers to transform it into a room where her two rambunctious sons can play. Frank and Peaches do the heavy lifting but don't find much. Kraig is down in the dumps when all they recover are a few trinkets and a toilet. Will this job put them in the hole, or will a last minute find flush out a profit?
The Garage Brothers will have to work until the cows come home to find any moneymakers in this cluttered barn. A brass platter, a 1960's stereo, and a kitschy turkey doll are just a few of the odd items that could be trash or treasure. But the job could come to a screeching halt when Frank carelessly breaks one of the most valuable finds. If the job isn't ruined, the team will turn the space into a beautiful animal shelter.
A piano, a pogo stick, and a vintage pinball machine could mean a hefty payday for Kraig and the Garage Brothers. But they are shocked when Mike, the team's appraiser, reveals the real values of these collectibles. As the crew transforms the two-car garage into a fun dance studio, Kraig is desperate to find enough antiques and collectibles to make a profit.
A client desperately needs the Garage Brothers' help. Junk has been piling up for years in a bedroom with a sad past, and it's up to Kraig and the team to make the space livable again. While Frank and Peaches dig into the filth, Kraig hopes that moldy horse saddles and rare childhood toys can turn this depressing disaster into big bucks.
Kraig Bantle and his crew of cleanout specialists help Mary Joyce rid a garage of her father-in-law's junk. Can The Garage Brothers turn this bizarre collection into extra earnings? Ron's faithful the job will pan out, especially after unveiling a strange Bible and a set of old-fashioned dinner bells.
Bill's an old car guy at heart, but has no place to store his Original Shelby Mustang so it's up to Kraig and his crew to clean out this garage and convert the space into a showroom. This gig could be a huge payday, if the Garage Brothers uncover some classic parts. Or are children's toys the only vintage items buried in this garage? Regardless, Kraig will have a hard time turning a profit considering his pockets are picked.
The crew discovers a bizarre mix of valuables in a client's garage, including a 300-year-old wig and a long lost championship trophy. If these finds are real, they're not only the weirdest and coolest discoveries the Garage Brothers have ever made, they're the most significant.
Cleaning out a cake baker's garage sounds like a sweet gig, but Tony's not too keen on all the spiders, or getting stuck in a tree. Will the branches hold? Either way, the Garage Brothers have high hopes for a big payday after discovering a mysterious German chest.
The Garage Brothers discover an eclectic mix of collections in a local artist's garage, but Tony's a liability and if he's not careful, the crew won't make a dime on this gig. Several sets of wheels get the crew rolling though and it's a piece of Asian art that could be worth big bucks, if they can figure out where it came from. But what if the team's resident appraiser, Mike, can't solve this mystery?
Kraig disappoints the crew when he accepts an especially difficult job; profits this promising are worth the risk, but certainly not life and limb! There are boxes in this storage space that could blow the roof sky high. All these bizarre and mismatched discoveries make for a hair-raising ride.
A garage full of vintage toys guarantee Tony and Captain Ron will have a blast. Kraig's more concerned with the profits, or lack thereof. It's a rare book written by Amelia Earhart that could send profits sky high. Good thing they have moon boots!
Kraig expects a massive payday when he takes on a seven-garage gig, but isn't prepared for the mayhem that unfolds. The Garage Brothers make some remarkable discoveries, including a two-ton find, but they also run into a few roadblocks. If Ron doesn't pull through, he'll be hitchhiking home.