Randy pays a premium at auction, but his worry turns to wonder when the house reveals itself to be better than he imagined. With a bargain in hand, Randy is holding his pocketbook tight, but his designer convinces him to turn the kitchen into an indoor garden and the fight over re-sale appeal gets tense.Toni scores an abandoned grain silo, and Donna buys into the flip but creating a home out of an old metal silo is harder than it seems. The sisters pour a new concrete floor and insulate the silo-home against the Texas heat and cold, but making space for a kitchen, bath and bed takes imagination.
A house on Foster Drive in Lake Worth, Texas, is a quaint stone-clad house with a small addition. Both the Slays and Randy like it. The Slays think it will make a nice hunting cabin while Randy believes he can make money just selling the stone. The Snows think it is more work than it's worth. The bidding gets nasty between the Slays and Randy, but Cody and Suzi eventually win it. Before it can be moved, though, Cody will have to sweat it out and hack off the stone facade by hand. During the renovation, Cody and Suzi butt heads when she wants to add some of her special glam touches to the cabin and Cody wants to make it a manly space. Another house on Huron Trail in Lake Worth is a two bedroom 1960s era house in need of a significant renovation. Only half of the house is salvageable and all the electrical must be replaced. Since Randy can do that kind of work himself, he's much more interested in the house than either of the Snows or Slays. Randy gets the house at a relatively low price. When the Snow sisters heckle Randy about his design and decorating abilities, he hires designer Travis Lewis to help him out. There is tension between Randy and Travis when it is clear Randy wants to save every penny and not spend much on the design. Randy decides to surprise Travis with a unique decoration that he found.
Donna and Toni buy four containers to turn into two houses. It turns out these kinds of homes are even more popular than they had anticipated when two different buyers contact them each wanting a container house right away. Brother Gary suggests that his four daughters take on one of the builds to help the sisters out.
The Snow sisters win a termite damaged three-bedroom house that is almost entirely covered with dated faux wood paneling. The dark and dingy old house gets a total transformation that includes a new kitchen and updated bathrooms and bedrooms. The sisters settle on a rustic, western design theme that's perfect for a true Texas home.
Casey scores a house with good hardwood floors near downtown Fort Worth. In order to move the house, he needs to cut part of the roof off and later discovers asbestos siding that has to be removed. Casey and contractor Catrina turn this tumble down house into an ideal place for a home-based business.
The Snow Sisters score a large home with tons of flipping potential. They're able to utilize the ample square footage and turn a ramshackle home into a modern masterpiece. Meanwhile, Casey and Catrina spruce up their build with a contemporary theme full of sleek lines, bright colors and unique designs.
The Lone Wolf wins a house that has a few major issues, such as missing part of the floor. His plan is to create an interior that will appeal to city guys. Meanwhile, the Young Guns take a chance on a small service building that could have been a garage. They see it as a blank slate full of exciting opportunities and decide to create a cute "in-law" studio suite with a new front entrance, vaulted ceiling and full-sized kitchen.
The Lone Wolf bites off more than he can chew when he picks up large house that needs plenty of work. He's too busy to get it to auction quickly so he calls in fellow flipper Casey to lighten his load. Together they turn this worn-out three bedroom into a home to behold.
The Snows renovate a fairly large house and focus on making the kitchen area custom and unique, while Casey and Catrina create a contemporary home with a true galley kitchen.
Gary's Girls win an old train car from a fellow mover's lot and plan on retaining the industrial look while including some updates. The girls will create a studio with exposed pipes, a wood burning stove and stainless steel touches. Randy wins a relaxing ranch home but realizes there is a lot of termite damage and the house is too wide to get past the gated entrance. Randy is forced to chalk this one up to bad luck and abandon the project.
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.
Casey and Catrina score big on a house that is practically new. The problem is, someone previously bought it, tried to finish out the interior and failed. Now they're faced with the task of correcting the botched job and creating a home that will appeal to a buyer that Casey already has on the line.
Inspired by its features, Gary's Girls use a charm-saving design to revive an old Craftsman-style home. Meanwhile, the Snows get knee-deep in knotty pine and hope to reuse as much as possible while keeping their home's country charm.
Gary's Girls win big at a unique auction selling a 27-foot grain bin. They formulate a plan to make the bin livable while maintaining its unusual look. Randy scores a home in almost perfect condition, but misses an important deadline that turns the flip into a flop.
Casey and Catrina win a large home that must be moved in two separate trips. The design plan splits the house into a playful kids' side and relaxing parents' wing. Meanwhile, Gary's Girls might have hopped too quickly into a new purchase and need to rethink their investment.
Gary's Girls win a large square home that needs a lot of curb appeal. They decide on a bunkhouse design and with the help of their father, Gary, they create a home for some very special buyers.
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.
Gary's Girls win a large home at auction that was previously used as an office space. They plan to convert it back into a family home, complete with unique features like a turret-style roof and bump-outs to add curb appeal.
Casey and Catrina pull inspiration from Southwestern style when they use stucco, arches and plenty of red and turquoise on their home. Meanwhile, the Snow sisters learn how to keep an elegant secret when they find a hidden room that can serve as anything from a private pantry to a storm shelter.
Gary's Girls visit an airplane junkyard and end up buying two old passenger jets. Positioning the plane bodies side-by-side, they use the space inside and also between the two fuselages to create a one-of-a-kind, high-flying home.
Donna purchases a two-story home while Toni is on vacation and brother Gary helps Donna get the project started. When Toni returns, she and Donna get to work infusing a Southern Colonial style into the home with the use of columns, trim and lots of molding.
Gary's Girls brighten the interior of their cozy starter home by using wall-to-wall kitchen windows and a large cased opening. Meanwhile, Casey and Catrina design a modern, rustic villa complete with an ornate columned porch and a contemporary concrete-looking countertop.
Casey and Catrina win a gutted house that they plan to convert into a functional family home. This kid-friendly home's features include a stunning kitchen with a walk-in pantry and decorative dormers on the outside.
The Snows nab a vintage 80-foot passenger train car from a scrapyard and transform the empty shell into a cozy home with original character. Randy grabs a box house addition that someone offered him $500 to haul away and turns it into a tiny house on wheels.
Casey and Catrina create a large, spacious home with wood elements. They add special features in the kitchen like a cutting board wall and double lazy Susans, making this kitchen a cook's dream. The Hayhurst brothers go for a slightly different style with an "atomic ranch" feel. They create a large living and kitchen area perfect for family gatherings, and a luxury master suite makes their home stand out.
Randy wins big at auction, but Paige and Raf hit a snag. After the city informs Paige and Raf that they aren't able to move the house they won, they brush it off and set out for more auctions. Meanwhile, Randy gets busy with his large renovation, keeping the vaulted ceilings and adding a country spin to create a family home.