Renovations Customized for Growing Families
HGTV's Boise Boys — designer Luke Caldwell and builder Clint Robertson — know a thing or two about family. Between the two of them they have ten kids. In their new HGTV series Outgrown they put that knowledge to good use by renovating homes for growing families in Boise, Idaho. Series Premiere! Sept. 18 at 8p|7c — Find Out More
Clint and Luke are back for a second season and you’re going to love the premiere episode.
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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.
Featuring brand-new, never-before-seen footage, it's a Father's Day celebration as Clint and Luke dish on "The Plant House", one of their most challenging renovations ever. Later, the guys answer their most-asked question.
Luke and Clint return to a historic 1911 firehouse to share behind-the-scenes info, new footage and an update on how Luke's newest daughter, Promise, is doing now.
Clint and Luke return to a home that started with four former horse stalls and zero living spaces on the first floor. With behind-the-scenes information and brand-new projects, the Basque House shows why it's worth it to make an Old World home new again.
Clint and Luke revisit the Pyramid House, a 1905 single-level Craftsman triplex, to reveal all-new secrets and tackle never-before-seen projects inspired by it.
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