Clint and Luke are back for a second season and you’re going to love the premiere episode.
The boys are back! Go behind the scenes with Clint and Luke and see what’s in store this season on Boise Boys.
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Polar opposite friends Luke and Clint take an unconventional approach to house flipping in their hometown of Boise, Idaho. While refined designer Luke likes to reach for the stars, rugged contractor Clint remains focused on their bottom line. With an endless inventory of old houses to choose from, the only decision this dynamic duo needs to make is which house to transform next.
Luke and Clint snag a 1,373-square-foot Craftsman home in the historic North End of Boise, despite its high cost of renovations. In order to turn this ugly duckling into a beautiful swan, they install a brand-new front porch with cedar-shake siding and revamp the attic space to make a functional new floor with a Jack-and-Jill bed and bath. Topping it all off and keeping with the Craftsman theme, they repurpose 100-year-old wood from the original construction by wrapping it around the kitchen vent hood and visit a local glassblower for some custom-made light pendants.
Luke overspends the budget outbidding hundreds of eager developers on a neglected Boise River house. Forced to start from scratch, they need to go bigger than big to make their money back and see a profit. Luke sees a grand opportunity to design a home that is truly unique, but more surprising than the finished design is the subsequent homebuyer.
Luke and Clint have an exclusive offer to purchase a stunning 3,100-square-foot, midcentury modern home on Boise's scenic Central Rim. The catch? They have to pay $350,000 in cash and potential renovations add on an additional $300,000. One bad decision could break their business but with the right design, this big gamble could reap a huge profit and become the company's flagship home. Focusing on the home's amazing views, the guys raise the roof, add massive sliding glass doors that open to a 300-square-foot ceramic entertaining area and purchase a unique 400-pound black walnut headboard from a local woodworker so the view of downtown Boise can be enjoyed from the master suite while resting on a piece of Boise history. It's the most they've ever invested in a single property but the finished product is a stunning masterpiece.
Clint and Luke take a risk on a 1906 Victorian in a coveted Boise neighborhood. To make sure they don't lose money on the deal, the guys embark on a record-breaking six-week renovation project that involves knocking out walls to make the small space feel bigger. Luke takes his kids on a hunt for antique chandeliers to set off the home's beautiful vaulted ceilings while Clint and his son build a library-sized bookcase in the dining room for added storage. The quick turnaround comes with a variety of issues that threaten to derail the whole project, however, including unexpectedly having to purchase new flooring, a last-minute feature wall mishap, a broken chandelier and more.
Luke and Clint buy a historic 900-square-foot cottage so neglected that there are plants growing in the walls! They have a dilemma on their hands when they must go from a one bedroom, one bath to a two bedroom, two bath while utilizing the same house footprint. Luke and Clint vault the ceiling in the master suite and open up the kitchen to add tons of airy space.
Clint and Luke buy a ranch-style house in Boise's East End. During the renovation they find a surprise stash of vinyl records in the crawlspace, inspiring a music-themed design. Even with the unique makeover, they are concerned the home will attract a buyer.
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