Host Steve Watson is taking on the desert wasteland that LAPD officer Adam and his growing family call a backyard. The team rips out Adam's collection of weeds and transforms the barren backyard into a lush oasis, complete with a shade sail, monster play set and a Buddha fountain. A custom barbecue island, new grass and a truck full of trees and plants fulfill the homeowners' dream of a Zen paradise.
Richard and Amy have been attacking their fixer-upper house for 10 years, but their two-tier garden has proven to be too much to tackle. Host Steve Watson and his Yard Attack! crew are on a mission to leave this couple with a manageable garden retreat, even while battling some serious rain. Together they expand the existing patio with pavers and add skylights. Plus, a monster fire pit takes center stage on the top tier of the yard while the lower level becomes a cool garden retreat and vegetable patch.
Host Steve Watson and his Yard Attack! crew revamp a backyard wasteland to give a young couple the park they have been dreaming of for their daughters. The team installs a monster play set and builds a raised entertainment patio space, complete with a fire pit and matching loungers. Then they kick the project into overdrive, repairing a broken-down Jacuzzi and adding awesome vegetable planters to the space.
Ken and Anacia love the outdoors but don't spend any time in their busted-up backyard. Host Steve Watson and his Yard Attack! crew have the solution, and they start by demolishing the dilapidated fence and rickety play set. In just a few hours, this creative couple gets a new fence, an art area, a gated arbor entrance and 1,000 square feet of sod. The final touch? A secret clubhouse for the couple's nine-year-old daughter.
First-time homeowners Mark and John are overwhelmed by the tiny overgrown square they call a backyard. Host Steve Watson and his Yard Attack! crew bust out a monster deck and barbecue island that allow for some serious entertaining. Plus, the crew transforms a washed-out garage wall as it becomes the backdrop for an eight-foot water feature.
Host Steve Watson drops in on homeowner Todd to turn his backyard sandpit into an entertainer's paradise that's full of succulents-some dating back to prehistoric times. The Yard Attack team constructs a massive rough-hewn pergola to provide shade from the beating sun, and they cover the dismal concrete walls with two-tone fencing. By the time this attack is over, Todd's backyard is packed with prehistoric plants, and there's a new and improved party space in the rear of the yard.
Annette and Debby are hardworking single moms who don't have time to tend to their unruly, overgrown backyard, so they're calling on the Yard Attack team for help. When host Steve Watson arrives, they find an old, rusted claw-foot tub that gets new life as a unique water feature. The team then pumps up the sunshine and adds more space by trimming an overgrown canopy, and they transform the existing patio into an outdoor living space, complete with a ceiling fan and outdoor stereo system. The crew also brings in fresh grass, installs a dog run and builds bench seating.
Michael's yard has fallen into disrepair. But his fiancée and her two sons just moved in, so it's time to turn this desperate space around. Host Steve Watson and team comes to the rescue with a shock-and-awe transformation. The result? A "man's" outdoor playground, complete with a horseshoe pit, spectator garden and a custom-built outdoor mega-kitchen.
Homeowner Zaida is tired of her nightmarish concrete landscape, so she calls on host Steve Watson to transform this drab space into a cozy spot to entertain day or night. The Yard Attack team is pumped up and ready to go, and they start things off by constructing a metal pergola with a redwood basket-weave roof. Next, a patterned stain on the concrete patio generates a warm, inviting feel. And the centerpiece of the space? A Jacuzzi surrounded with lush privacy plantings to create an urban spa.