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  • HPFG-312H
    Host Matt Blashaw challenges a married couple, Dan and Coco Peate to remodel the ruined kitchen of their newly-purchased home like the pros for a chance to win cash. Matt and guest judge, general contractor Dawn Howard, will inspect the new

  • HPFG-304H
    Host Matt Blashaw challenges dedicated son Darryl Curges to give his mom, Sharon Dupree, the backyard oasis of her dreams. Matt and guest judge, general contractor Gregory Butler, will inspect the new space and estimate it's cost. If their

  • HPFG-403H
    Host Chris Grundy challenges married couple, Avery and Bridget Anderson, to gut and remodel the guest bathroom of their home like the pros for a chance to win cash. Chris brings in guest judges to inspect the new space and estimate the cos

  • HPFG-404H
    Can a couple with no renovation experience bang out a beautiful backyard like the pros, or will their lack of experience leave them empty handed? Host Chris Grundy challenges a married couple, Romesh and Lichelle Fernando, to beautify thei

  • HPFG-406H
    Matt, a police officer, and Ryan, a firefighter, have been friends for years. Ryan's been wanting to remodel the dated and dilapidated kitchen of his investment property for a while, and he's ready to dig in with hopes of scoring some priz

  • HPFG-408H
    Bob and Darin Nizich hate their master bathroom. It's brown; it's dated; it screams of the 70s - in short, it needs a serious facelift. This couple's son, Jared, just graduated with a degree in construction engineering so they've decided

  • HPFG-407H
    New parents, Michael and Rachel Blackburn, want to renovate their kitchen like the pros for a chance to win cash. They have one small child, Caden, with another one on the way. They've lived in their 1947-built home for almost two years,

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About This Show

Savvy and resourceful homeowners tackle a room renovation trying to achieve professional quality results on a limited budget. If they can fool a team of master contractors into thinking they spent more money than their actual out-of-pocket costs — the homeowners will win the difference.

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