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.
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.
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 Since it's current, outdated condition has been deemed unlivable and entirely too small, it's time for a renovation.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.
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.
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!
Husband and wife Bryan and April 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.
Tiffany Threadgould's outdated kitchen doesn't function well, so she enlists the help of her best friend, Kat Tingum, to make it beautiful again.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.
Daniel Poole and his wife Kari feel that their master bedroom, which use to belong to Daniel's parents, could use some changes to make it fit their style. With floorboards that put up a fight and a discussion on how much closet space Kari should get, they realize how much they signed up for with this renovation.
Danielle Cuccio has always dreamed of having a cottage-style bathroom. She enlists her fiance, Tyler Kasupski, to help her get it there, but the relationship is tested when this renovation isn't as easy as either one previously thought. Tempers run high as new holes in the ceiling and walls that won't budge make this project a stressful one.
Randi and George love most of their home -- except for their master bathroom. They believe a renovation is definitely in order, but with 30-year-old "hair babies" and falling mirrors, this project proves to be easier said than done.
Carolyn Ossorio and her husband Paul hate their old, rundown master bathroom and want to make it useful again. They quickly realize that is easier said than done in this episode. Although this couple knows how to work together, a bloody hand and busted plumbing put their patience to the test.
Jill and John Padula don't feel at home in their master bathroom. In an effort to update it to fit their rustic country taste, they realize just how much patience they will need for this project. A few falls off the ladder, bloody hands and plumbing issues prove this is easier said than done.
Matt and Tina are ready to make their outdated, barely functional master bathroom beautiful again. However, their execution of this project turns out to be much harder than either of them expected. When an idea to unnecessarily remove a subfloor goes awry and a plumbing issue brings them to a halt, the Tews aren't sure if they made the right decision after all.