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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.

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Best friends Clint Robertson and Luke Caldwell improve Idaho’s capital city with beautiful home transformations in HGTV’s Boise Boys.
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Season 2, Episode 4

Big Space, Small House

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.

Thursday
May 2
2am | 1c
Season 2, Episode 5

Vaulted Aspirations

Clint and Luke convert a one-level triplex into a two-story, single-family home. They follow the Craftsman-style guide of utilizing materials found in the surrounding area while giving the home a more modern look and feel by opening up the living space. It’s a risky bet to sink a lot of money into a non-traditional renovation, but there’s no better place to make that bet than Boise’s coveted North End.

Wednesday
May 8
10pm | 9c
Season 2, Episode 5

Vaulted Aspirations

Clint and Luke convert a one-level triplex into a two-story, single-family home. They follow the Craftsman-style guide of utilizing materials found in the surrounding area while giving the home a more modern look and feel by opening up the living space. It’s a risky bet to sink a lot of money into a non-traditional renovation, but there’s no better place to make that bet than Boise’s coveted North End.

Thursday
May 9
1am | 12c
Season 1, Episode 2

Ugly Duckling Craftsman Transformed

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.

Wednesday
May 15
8am | 7c
Season 1, Episode 6

Idaho Meets the Southwest

Luke and Clint expand their business into the hipster town of Garden City -- an up-and-coming area of Boise replete with coffee houses, breweries and man buns. When a farmhouse along the Boise River goes on the market, they jump on the opportunity to give it a Southwestern vibe. The guys install custom-made wrought-iron railings inspired by the existing arches on the second-story landing, commission a local artist to design and create ceramic art for the walls and build a custom bookcase for an upstairs reading nook decorated with cacti and a cattle skull. Along with these unique features are a mountain-themed accent wall and a horse-trough tub in the master suite resulting in a collection of oddities that could prove to be a hard sell. Other issues, including rotten floor joists on the second floor, require even more time and money from the guys who were merely planning on selling the farmhouse but may end up having to "sell the farm" instead.

Wednesday
May 15
9am | 8c
Season 1, Episode 5

Hidden Gems in the North End

Luke and Clint purchase a beat-up, early 1900s triplex in Boise's North End with plans to convert it into a vintage, single-family home. After quickly blowing through their $200,000 renovation budget to repair fire damage and lead paint, they must regroup with a fresh plan. Fortunately, they find pleasant surprises throughout the structure, including a vaulted ceiling and a brick chimney they leave exposed to add a touch of old-world charm.

Wednesday
May 15
10am | 9c
Season 1, Episode 4

All-In on Boise's Central Rim

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.

Wednesday
May 15
11am | 10c
Season 2, Episode 6

The Mural House

Luke Caldwell and Clint Robertson take a big risk in Boise's East End with two custom murals in a four-bedroom, three-bathroom midcentury modern ranch built in 1957. They mix vintage with modern by creating a sleek kitchen with white powder-coated fixtures and adding more period details like a vintage sink and tub and a reupholstered mid-mod couch. Luke and Clint also enlist the help of Luke's son, Elias, to create a penny floor in the master bathroom, and they stage the open house to complement the home's one-of-a-kind style.

Wednesday
May 15
10pm | 9c
Season 2, Episode 6

The Mural House

Luke Caldwell and Clint Robertson take a big risk in Boise's East End with two custom murals in a four-bedroom, three-bathroom midcentury modern ranch built in 1957. They mix vintage with modern by creating a sleek kitchen with white powder-coated fixtures and adding more period details like a vintage sink and tub and a reupholstered mid-mod couch. Luke and Clint also enlist the help of Luke's son, Elias, to create a penny floor in the master bathroom, and they stage the open house to complement the home's one-of-a-kind style.

Thursday
May 16
1am | 12c
Season 2, Episode 3

The Circle House

Clint Robertson and Luke Caldwell find a three bedroom, two bathroom ranch built in 1964, and they seize the chance to save both time and money by using their existing inventory of midcentury decor. After dealing with a water leak, they open up the kitchen and dining room, and Clint's son, Eli, pitches in to help make a breezeway accent wall. The design becomes more eclectic as Clint and Luke get deeper into project, and the theme of circles becomes apparent. During a break from the renovation, Luke takes his family to Boise's Buddy Walk to help promote acceptance and inclusion for people with Down Syndrome.

Wednesday
May 22
11pm | 10c
Season 2, Episode 3

The Circle House

Clint Robertson and Luke Caldwell find a three bedroom, two bathroom ranch built in 1964, and they seize the chance to save both time and money by using their existing inventory of midcentury decor. After dealing with a water leak, they open up the kitchen and dining room, and Clint's son, Eli, pitches in to help make a breezeway accent wall. The design becomes more eclectic as Clint and Luke get deeper into project, and the theme of circles becomes apparent. During a break from the renovation, Luke takes his family to Boise's Buddy Walk to help promote acceptance and inclusion for people with Down Syndrome.

Thursday
May 23
2am | 1c
Season 2, Episode 1

Stucco In Time

Clint and Luke make a huge investment on a sprawling four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom ranch house in the foothills overlooking Boise. The interior is covered with stucco, a giant fireplace blocks the amazing view and the exterior is riddled with features right out of the 80s. The guys start by removing the awkward fireplace, rearranging the master suite and sprucing up the outside with a wraparound concrete deck complete with outdoor kitchen and extensive landscaping. Luke then spends extra hours filling up the home with staging items hoping the resulting transformation will be enough to attract the right buyer and make the months-long project worth the effort.

Wednesday
May 29
11pm | 10c
Season 2, Episode 1

Stucco In Time

Clint and Luke make a huge investment on a sprawling four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom ranch house in the foothills overlooking Boise. The interior is covered with stucco, a giant fireplace blocks the amazing view and the exterior is riddled with features right out of the 80s. The guys start by removing the awkward fireplace, rearranging the master suite and sprucing up the outside with a wraparound concrete deck complete with outdoor kitchen and extensive landscaping. Luke then spends extra hours filling up the home with staging items hoping the resulting transformation will be enough to attract the right buyer and make the months-long project worth the effort.

Thursday
May 30
2am | 1c
Season 2, Episode 10

Due for a Raze

Luke Caldwell and Clint Robertson choose a house that needs more square footage, but instead of expanding it into the backyard or building a second story, they completely tear it down. The guys then construct a new, two-story home on the current foundation, while also building out to create a wider footprint. However, bad weather threatens to stall this big project.

Wednesday
Jun 26
11pm | 10c
Season 2, Episode 10

Due for a Raze

Luke Caldwell and Clint Robertson choose a house that needs more square footage, but instead of expanding it into the backyard or building a second story, they completely tear it down. The guys then construct a new, two-story home on the current foundation, while also building out to create a wider footprint. However, bad weather threatens to stall this big project.

Thursday
Jun 27
2am | 1c
Season 2, Episode 10

Due for a Raze

Luke Caldwell and Clint Robertson choose a house that needs more square footage, but instead of expanding it into the backyard or building a second story, they completely tear it down. The guys then construct a new, two-story home on the current foundation, while also building out to create a wider footprint. However, bad weather threatens to stall this big project.

Saturday
Jul 6
10am | 9c
Season 2, Episode 10

Due for a Raze

Luke Caldwell and Clint Robertson choose a house that needs more square footage, but instead of expanding it into the backyard or building a second story, they completely tear it down. The guys then construct a new, two-story home on the current foundation, while also building out to create a wider footprint. However, bad weather threatens to stall this big project.

Saturday
Jul 20
10am | 9c