Daryl is ready to get started on the first floor, starting with the Sitting Room. Keeping it historically accurate, this front room will have a more formal and ornate look, using both reclaimed wood and crafted paneling from new lumber. A treasure hunt through Daryl's barn uncovers a valuable resource. After a little elbow grease from Steve and Joe, it will give the Sitting Room a very unique feel. However, incorporating modern technologies proves to be a challenge. Getting in heating and air conditioning without affecting the period look that Daryl is working for requires some creative thinking.
Chris Kluwe is a NFL Punter who loves to play video games when he is not on the field. However, his kids started taking over the house and he was forced to game in a small space that was not adequate for a player of his caliber. So Chris called upon the Man Caves crew to come take over his house and turn his space into an official Gamer Headquarters. With added stadium seating, a dual gaming center and a 106 inch projector screen, Chris' new gameroom will be envied on and off the field.
Kelsey and Greg are ready to renovate the outdated master bath in their 1979 split-level home. But their past attempts at DIY fixes have only made matters worse. With a new shower for two featuring iridescent tiles, custom built storage, seamless sinks, and high tech items like full body dryer and warming drawer, Jeff Devlin will finally help them take this bath from mistreated to magnificent!
Eric Myers and his crew clear out a jam-packed 300-year-old attic. The third floor of this classic colonial is stuffed with ironic toys, strange saddles and true pieces of American history. Will private letters from Jackie Kennedy and extremely rare model trains mean big bucks for Junk Junk Baby?
A wicked storm won't stop the Junk Junk Baby team from tackling this antique-filled attic. Eric hopes the first issue of Sports Illustrated and a vintage baseball board game will knock this job out of the park. And centuries-old encyclopedias will mean big bucks, if they can find the whole set.
A big attic means a big mess, but an even bigger opportunity to make money. This attic has 95 years worth of antiques and collectibles for the Junk Junk Baby crew to dig through. But old toys and ugly sweaters aren't enough to break even, so the crew banks on an antique wagon to wheel in the profits.
The Junk Junk Baby team makes a house call to help two sisters surprise their mother with an attic makeover. This double-sized attic once belonged to a doctor and Eric hopes decades of forgotten antiques and medical gear will tip the scales into the black.
This small attic is loaded with forgotten knickknacks and long-lost heirlooms. The homeowner hasn't tried to clean the space in more than 20 years and she's fed up. She's called in Junk Junk Baby to bring her third floor back to life. Eric and the crew bank on kerosene lamps to light up some profits or an antique icebox to bring in cold hard cash.
All of the house movers know that a certain home in Forth Worth has been vacant for ages, which usually means the interior is trashed. The Snow sisters win the house at auction and are elated to find the interior is in fantastic condition. This means they can make a big profit on a quick and easy flip. Meanwhile, Cody and Suzi take on an unusual structure: a portable school building. They decide to turn it into a combination home and workshop, but making a commercial building into a home is a big challenge.
Cody and Suzi decide to share duties redesigning a duplex where he takes one side and she takes on the other. All is going well until they find extensive rot and termite damage on Cody's side. When the other movers hear of the Young Gun's predicament, they all lend a hand. Unfortunately, when Cody tries to demolish the rotted half of the house, it all comes crashing down, and the Young Guns end up with a one-bed, one-bath bungalow.
The Snows get a steal on a small 300-square-foot building but discover it was used as an office for a riding arena and has no kitchen. They turn it into a cozy writer's retreat with a compact kitchen and completely renovated bathroom. Meanwhile, the Young Guns win a burned-out house for a dollar because no one else wants it. But cousin Casey won't move it, and Cody enlists Randy to do the job for half the profits. The Young Guns use some clever cost saving tricks to take this horror house with no functioning kitchen nor bathroom and transform it into a cute little cottage.
Donna and Toni buy a duplex in a neighborhood that is being completely redeveloped. They decide the house will sell best if they turn it into a single-family home. Their design inspiration is a whimsical bird theme because the house originally came from Bird Street, but the renovation hits a snag when they discover extensive termite damage during the demolition phase.
Cody and Suzi are on their way to an auction when Cody impulsively buys a houseboat. They decide to turn it into "the ultimate Texas party boat" by overhauling the living quarters and plastering a giant Texas flag on the exterior. Randy wins a building at auction that looks like it had been used as a roadside fruit stand, but he discovers it has no bedroom or bathroom. He decides to go with a rustic-look "bayou shack" and turns it into a laid-back vacation cottage, complete with a horse trough bathtub, car seat porch swing and full outdoor barbecue kitchen.
The Snow sisters and the Slays each score identical duplex homes at auction. They go head-to-head to see who can get more creative with their makeover and make the most money on the flip. The Snows combine both living spaces into one four-bedroom home with an open kitchen and great room and then add a front porch for curb appeal. Cody and Suzi plan to outdo the sisters when they combine both living spaces into a three-bedroom home with a luxurious master bathroom and walk-in closet. When Cody sees the sister's porch, he sets out to top it with one that is even bigger.
The Snow sisters discover their new purchase has been partially gutted and needs a bit of work to reconfigure the interior floor plan. On top of other issues, the master suite is currently accessed only through another bedroom. Their solution is to create a hallway through a back bedroom and use the remainder of the space as a laundry room. When they find an old piano in the house, they are inspired to create a country melody design theme.
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.
Cody drops a slam-dunk bid for a tiny backyard barn but getting it to the renovation lot takes one of the most radical house moves ever seen in Fort Worth. Suzi has to figure out how to turn 210 square feet of barn into a home, and her plans will take all the muscle Cody can muster. Randy wins a weird square building with prison-sized windows. He has ideas for an open-plan, loft-style remodel, but that's a big challenge for his contractor, Bleu, who has to figure out how to create private zones in open space.
Host Bronson Pinchot continues his renovation of the Decker House by creating a beautiful 1800s inspired "library." Bronson and his crew begin the transformation by building a doorway using salvage recused from a town devastated by Hurricane Irene. Other additions include new floors, plastered walls, antique lighting and a beautiful brick hearth and stove.